Thu 11 November, 6.00pm-8.00pm & 9.00pm-11.00pm
Printworks, Surrey Quays Rd, Rotherhithe, London, SE16 7PJ
Tickets £16.50 (includes booking fee) + £1 transaction fee
Aurora teams up with one the UK’s leading electronic music venues for a special event curated to immerse all senses in a classical masterpiece. Incorporating the highest quality sound and lighting that Printworks’ Presshalls are famed for, this will be an orchestral experience like no other.
Set in the awe-inspiring industrial setting of a building that was formerly western Europe’s largest printing press, Aurora combines the potential of an orchestra playing from memory with the vast scale of Printworks to give a uniquely immersive experience of Beethoven’s Symphony No 7. With the orchestra exploded across the space, audience members will be able to experience the symphony from inside, getting up close to the orchestra’s players as they perform in ways that would be impossible in a concert hall. Also exploded in time, movements of the symphony will be interspersed with sound and light installations, enabling audience members to uncover the secrets of the building and choose their own path through this great work. Whether you’ve never experienced an orchestral concert or have loved this symphony all your life, this event will offer a completely fresh and revelatory take on Beethoven’s music.
This event features three-dimensional ‘acoustic shell’ audio reinforcement provided by leading German specialists d&b audiotechnik. d&b’s cutting-edge Soundscape technology makes it possible for the orchestra to perform across a much larger space than would ordinarily be possible, whilst retaining immersive sound that is natural, harmonious, enveloping and emotionally engaging.
Please note: this is a standing event, with seating only available for those with special access requirements. If you will need a seat or have any concerns about access please email the Printworks access team at firstname.lastname@example.org who will be pleased to help.
Aurora’s performance at Printworks is supported by the Royal Philharmonic Society Audience Fund in association with the Rachel Baker Memorial Charity.