Audience participation is taken a step further with the ENO’s Satyagraha Remix, inspired by the opera of the same name by Philip Glass. Members of the public are invited to join composer Anna Meredith, sound designer Sam Godin and the classically trained Indian singer Falu, in an evening where they can record Satyagraha-inspired loops that will form part of the “Remix”. Willing participants in this unique, experimental event need only bring: “a musical instrument, a set of vocal cords and some inspiration”. Additionally there will also be a quartet of classical Indian musicians, Seetal Patel an Indian dancer, and an opportunity to take part in “Thinking Walls”, a discussion forum to debate the philosophical questions which arise from Satyagraha (facilitated by Peter Worley of the Philosophy Shop). DJ Charlie Dark will then take the material raised via “Thinking Walls” to create and perform poetry throughout the evening.
Satyagraha Remix promises to be an innovative and collaborative evening, building upon the critical acclaim this production has been receiving. Details of how to book below:
Sunday 7th March
7.30-10.30pm, London Coliseum
Tickets £8 (£5 Westminster residents)
Click here to book.
To read our review of Satyagraha, please click here.