DECIBEL JOURNAL: CAT HOPE AND KELLY LOVELADY ON THE DECIBEL/RUTHLESS JABIRU COLLABORATION IN LONDON ON 2ND DECEMBER 2022
Artistic Director of Decibel (AU), Cat Hope, is working with Kelly Lovelady, the conductor and founding Artistic Director of London chamber orchestra Ruthless Jabiru on a new program, The Holy Presence of as part of Decibel’s tour to the UK underway right now. Here, they discuss the program and the rationale behind it.
This guest mix for The Voice of Cassandre is inspired by a performance I’m conducting next month below the River Thames in London: music for low frequencies by Cat Hope, Tansy Davies, Kaija Saariaho, Lindsay Vickery, Pedro Alvarez and Julius Eastman meditating upon our inevitable consumption by the seas.Buy tickets →
Amber Fresh / Cat Hope cover – My Own Private
Daniel Staniforth – Ex Nihilo for 3 Double Basses
Jane Sheldon & Rainer Maria Rilke – My life is not this steep hour
Tansy Davies / Crash Ensemble – Antenoux
Joy Guidry – Voices of the Ancestors
Jean-Luc Ponthieux – Two Bass Beat
Kaija Saariaho / Kivie Cahn-Lipman – Neiges: Étoile de neige II
PRESS RELEASE Now the beating heart of the Brunel Museum and with a chamber half the size of Shakespeare’s Globe, the Grand Entrance Hall of the historic Thames Tunnel will host its first ever bass orchestra performance as part of the UK/Australia Season.
The amassed musicians of London chamber orchestra Ruthless Jabiru and Australia’s Decibel New Music Ensemble will come together on 02 December 2022 for an all-low programme by contemporary composers of Australia, UK, Finland/France, Chile and the US.