From 16 to 18 December, Concertgebouw affixes another dimension to their space and present Aural Spaces.
“Equipped and spatially structured for optimal sonic immersion, the Recital Hall already applies classical acoustic methods to make the music resonate as unfiltered as possible. At least, that’s what’s believed until now. In collaboration with 4DSOUND, modern technology will blur the boundaries between space and sound more than ever before, in a captivating sonic experience rarely witnessed before.” Find your way through all dizzying concerts, lessons and listening session Aural Spaces has to offer here. For a select part of the program, there are limited free tickets for Subbacultcha members. Find those here.
Rakhi Singh is violinist, composer & music director. Singh uses her instrument, her voice and the infusion of electronics to forge bite-size composition that find a bursting energy buried within them. The music is meditative, but before you drift off takes a left turn and swirls into vast and noisy proportions.
For this event, there are limited free spots for Subbacultcha members. Members can get their free spot by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Rakhi Singh’ in the subject line. First come, first served! Non-members can sign up here or purchase a ticket here.