Radiophonic Workshop Live

Surviving Members Return For A Live Performance      13/05/09

Radiophonic Workshop Live


Surviving members of the BBC's Radiophonic Workshop are to perform at London's Camden Roundhouse this coming Sunday (May 17). The live gig will be preceeded by a Q&A featuring members Peter Howell, Paddy Kingsland, Roger Limb, Dick Mills and Mark Ayres.
"The programme is still evolving," says Ayers, "but we will be playing a selection of pieces from the entire BBC Radiophonic Workshop's output. Many tracks will be familiar from the recent CD reissues of BBC Radiophonic Music, The Radiophonic Workshop and Retrospective. These include Doctor Who, The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy, The Astronauts, Children's TV tracks, music by Delia Derbyshire and John Baker, Seatrek and The Body In Question."

The multi media event will feature music played on a wide range of vintage synths as well as utilising Logic and MainStage for virtual instruments and surround.

Tickets are £20.00 each and are available online from the The Roundhouse booking office. Simon Power




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