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iiii Festival - WIMFOOMD and Ming

iiii Festival - WIMFOOMD and Ming

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  • Tue 8 Nov ’11, 7:00pm


Adam Art Gallery, Victoria University, Kelburn Parade, Gate 3, Wellington


All Ages


iiii Festival

iiii Festival presents Wellington International Most Famous Orchestra of Miraculous Delights and The Not Quite Quiet Choir with Ming.

Graphic scores, alternative notation and conductions for large ensembles. WIMFOOMD explores music making using a wide variety of composition and notation methods. The orchestra interprets found systems of code as scores such as lotto cards, cookbooks, and advertising leaflets to create unheard of music in the acoustically luminous environment of the Adam Art Gallery.

The Orchestra will perform Jeffrey Henderson's UnCage My HeArt with special guest conductor, choreographer and dancer Claire O'Neill who has recently returned to New Zealand from Belgium.

Amos Mann, Claire O'Neil, Nell Thomas, Chris Prosser, Erika Grant, Bek Coogan, Sascha Perfect, Chris Wratt, Bridget Kelly, Kate Telford, Zazie Rae Taylor, Daniel Beban, Gerard Crewdson, Phill Dryson, John Bell, Josh Rutter, Reuben Derrick, Cor Fuhler, Rod Cooper, Richard Nunns, Hermione Johnson, Simon Cummins, Simon O’Rorke, Reece McNaughten, Noel Meek, Alex Bartley Nees, Jeff Henderson and more.

Campbell Kneale and Ellen Rodda play amplified cymbals

Campbell Kneale has operated for the better part of a decade under the moniker Birchville Cat Motel, and under this name has toured throughout Japan, America, Europe and Australia.

His music has become synonymous with earshattering volume and over the last 15 years he has cultivated an extensive international following for his particular methods of systematically reassembling the hearing range of audiences.

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