The theme for the Festival in 2017 will be ‘Architectures & Urban Landscapes‘.
Tickets are now available from Pontio Box Office (01248 382 828)
Juliet Fraser (soprano), Richard Craig (flute) & ElectroacousticCYMRU
Studio, Pontio – 1:00pm
£12/£10/£5 students and under 18
Bangor Session Orchestra
Various films exploring bridges with accompanying music performed by the Bangor University Session Orchestra Saxophone Quartet.
Cinema, Pontio – 2.30pm
£10/£8/£3 students and under 18
The Towers of Silence
Theatr Bryn Terfel, Pontio – 7.30pm
£15/£12/£5 students and under 18
Gavin Higgins: Ruins of Detroit
Morgan Hayes: Völklinger Hütte
Rolf Hind: Towers of Silence
Sarah Lianne Lewis: of lines and traces (BMF commission and world premiere)
Roger Marsh: Crack (BMF commission and world premiere)
Iannis Xenakis: Mikka S
Winner of the William Mathias Composition Prize 2017
New piece by pupils from Talysarn, Bro Lleu and Brynaerau Schools.
Shades of Pierrot
Prichard Jones Hall Stage, Bangor University – 2:00pm
Tickets will be sold on the door.
18 Chwefror / February
William Mathias Composition Prize Workshop **
led by Roger Marsh and the Fidelio Trio performing selected works from a call for score.
Theatr Bryn Terfel, Pontio
Minecraft * / Lego
An event that combines Lego and instrumental improvisation, aimed at all ages of the general public! There will also be a project that explores music and Minecraft.
(*suitable for children years 5 – 8)
Pontio’s public spaces
The Fusion Ensemble will provide live instrumental improvisation.
Caban, Pontio Grounds
with Ensemble Fusion Prifysgol Bangor
Fusion Welsh Cakes
Gorad Restaurant, Pontio.
Manon Llwyd & Band
Level 2, Pontio
Bangor New Music Ensemble
Jonathan Roberts: new work (world premiere)
Erkki-Sven Tüür: Architectonics I
…and other pieces by composition students from Bangor University
Pre-concert Talk and Festival Reception**
Lecture Room 2, Pontio
Looking ahead to the evening concert with featured composers Roger Marsh and Sarah Lianne Lewis.
(** booking required)