What happens in the space where genres, sounds and ideas collide?
This July, meet the producers, composers and performers who’ve made that space their home as pianist and composer Nils Frahm curates a weekend of live music, art installations and film screenings – Possibly Colliding.
While Nils Frahm may be keeping his cards close to his chest on which friends will be joining him on stage for his sold-out performance, Possibly Colliding is primed for musical discovery and genre exploration.
In our series of three podcasts, we talk to Nils Frahm himself about what we can expect from the weekend, Ambiq, Nik Bärtsch and Penguin Cafe‘s Arthur Jeffes discuss their work and what they admire about Nils’ approach to music and we listen again to the Frahm’s soundtracks for Victoria and a short film with Woodkid starring Robert de Niro.
I hope that this collision of artists will create a wonderful weekend…
Subscribe to the Barbican Contemporary Music podcast for part two in our podcast series later this week.
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