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

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.

  • Duration:
  • 30mins
Saturday 23 October
Saturday 23 October
Saturday 23 October
Saturday 23 October
  • Dates
  • 23 Oct 2021
  • Web Advance Price
  • £5.00 to £10.00
  • Location
  • The Nuffield Theatre
  • Lancaster University
    Lancaster. LA1 4YW

    Nearest Campus Parking:
    Visitor Parking Zone A
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