We're back from flying around the solar system with Samuel Bordoli / Live Music Sculpture and the Ligeti Quartet and want to say a big THANK YOU to all who joined us on this planetary journey.
Richard Bullen - Jupiter
Deborah Pritchard - Mars
Mira Calix - Mercury
Ayanna Witter-Johnson - Earth
Samuel Bordoli - Uranus
Laurence Crane – Neptune
Yazz Ahmed – Saturn
Shiva Feshareki – Venus
With thanks to: Prof Sanjeev Gupta, Prof David Rothery, Dr Phillipa Mason, Dr Leigh Fletcher, Prof Carl Murray, Dr Sheila Kanani, Catherine McEvoy, Brendan Owens & Dr Greg Brown at Greenwich Royal Observatory, Mark Watson at Winchester Science Centre, Colin Hutcheson at Thinktank, Lee Pullen and Anna Henley at We The Curious. Zee Dinally at Immersive Experiences. Arts Council England and RVW Trust
BIG THANKS ALSO TO the amazing Ligeti Quartet, Samuel Bordoli and Tim Hand.
The Planets 2018 will be available to listen to online at sounduk.net soon.
ON THE RADIO:
Listen again to The Planets 2018 on BBC Radio 3 Music Matters and BBC Radio 4 Front Row
Composers - What planet are they on?
Samuel Bordoli on BBC Radio 4 Front Row
READ THE PAPERS:
Read The Guardian feature and four-star review
Cosmic composers: how scientists helped reinvent Holst's Planets suite
The Planets 2018/Ligeti Quartet review – Holst orbits into the modern age
WHAT’S TWITTER SAYING?
We’ve loved reading your Twitter comments. Here are a few we’ve picked out:
#imaginative #stimulating #thoughtprovoking musical evening thanks to @wethecurious_ and @LigetiQuartet #planets2018
Swept away by #Planets2018 new music at @WinSciCentre planetarium (new favourite place). Loved hearing from Prof Carl Murray @QMUL on composer mentoring and the extraordinary qualities of Saturn. Congrats @soundukarts & all involved. A treat for the ears. Mind truly boggled.
Mindblown - just back from #Planets2018 at @WinSciCentre. Sitting in the middle of a string quartet whilst whizzing around the Solar System. And being a total fanboi hearing from a Cassini imaging scientist about that amazing mission
Image credit: Lee Pullen, We The Curious