leo&hyde: The Wind as it Rushes through the Turbine

Unfortuantely we’ve had to postpone this event.  We hope to reschedule the event for Spring 2022.

The Wind as it Rushes through the Turbine is a new choral sound installation created by music-theatre collective leo&hyde in our Nuffield Residency earlier this year.  Inspired by the stillness and motion of the wind turbine less than a mile away, Dan Mawson’s swirling sound design and Amelia Gabriel’s luxurious looped live vocals create a secular cathedral where you are enveloped by sound. This stunning work synthesises digital texts to create a testament to sustainability and a response to climate change, taking you on journey from anxiety and fear to belief and hope.

The Wind as it Rushes through the Turbine fuses the age-old power of choral music with an urgent contemporary study of hope to activate a response to climate change.

Audiences are invited to wander around the space, exploring the ecstatic choral sound as it seeps from multiple speakers, just as if they’d happened upon a choir singing an ancient text in a grand, secular cathedral.

  • POSTPONED
  • Unfortuantely we've had to postpone this event.  We hope to reschedule the event for Spring 2022. For more information contact our box office.
  • Dates
  • 23 Oct 2021
  • Location
  • The Nuffield Theatre
  • Lancaster University
    Lancaster. LA1 4YW

    Nearest Campus Parking:
    Visitor Parking Zone A
For more information on
leo&hyde: The Wind as it Rushes through the Turbine please visit their: