LSO Composer in Residence's showcase performance inspired by 575 Wandsworth Road
Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian is our very first Composer in Residence through a partnership with the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO). The first year of her residency featured a series of workshops at 575 Wandsworth Road, involving Cevanne and musicians from the LSO. The first year of the residency culminates with a Showcase performance featuring her work on the 28 November 2015.
Cevanne is using her two-year residency to work with LSO musicians to meaningfully interpret the history of the house and the exquisite work of Khadambi Asalache. Throughout the first year, Cevanne worked with members of the local community, including the Festival Chorus Wandsworth, Armenian community, and the LSO Digital Technology Group to compose and perform original works. Members of the public are invited to hear the results of the first year of workshops at a Showcase performance on the 28 November 2015.
Book tickets to the Showcase
Please email the house team at 575 Wandsworth Road with your name and contact details to reserve your tickets for this event. Each ticket is £6, payable in cash upon entry on the evening.
The performance will take place at St Paul’s Church in Clapham and not at 575 Wandsworth Road. The event will run from 6pm to 8pm on Saturday, the 28 of November 2015. Please aim to arrive by 5.30pm to collect your tickets.
The church address is St Paul's Church, Rectory Grove, London SW4 0DX. The nearest Underground station is Clapham Common, followed by a 10 minute walk along Old Town and the Polygon to Rectory Grove. The nearest Overground Station is Wandsworth Road, followed by a 5 minute walk along Wandsworth Road and then Matrimony Place to Rectory Grove.
IMPORTANT – No photography or recording is permitted at any event.
Dates for public sharing events in the second year of Cevanne's residency will be released in due course.
The Composer in Residence scheme at Khadambi's House is an LSO Soundhub project. Generous support has been provided by Khadambi Asalache's partner, Susie Thomson. The LSO are grateful to the National Trust, a partner in this project.