Ether Festival 2010

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Friday 9th to Saturday 24th April 2010
Southbank Centre, London, SE1 8XX, England MAP
Ticket price varies depending on event and seating
Last updated: Wed 21st Apr 2010

Ether returns for it's ninth edition, held from Friday 9th until Saturday 24th April at the Southbank Centre.


Once again, technological pioneers and musical innovators past and present take over Southbank Centre for a series of concerts, talks and strange collaborations that could happen nowhere else including performances of the complete works of the French composer Edgard Varèse over one weekend and the world premiere of Henryk Górecki's Symphony No. 4 by The London Philharmonic Orchestra who also play music by Turnage, and Glass with conductor Marin Alsop.

Fri 16 April - Edgard Varèse, 360 Degrees (Queen Elizabeth Hall)
Fri 16 April - Stereo MC's vs The Bays, + The Herbaliser + Tom Middleton (Royal Festival Hall)
Sat 17 April - Glass, Gorecki And Turnage (Royal Festival Hall)
Sun 18 April - Edgard Varèse, 360 Degrees (Queen Elizabeth Hall)
Mon 19 April - Lou Reed's Metal Machine Trio (Royal Festival Hall)
Tue 20 April - Gil Scott-Heron, Speech Debelle (Royal Festival Hall) - CANCELLED
Wed 21 April - Broadcast, Micachu & The Shapes, Oliver Coates (Queen Elizabeth Hall)
Thu 22 April - Health, Chrome Hoof, Andrew Weatherall, Zun Zun Egui (Queen Elizabeth Hall)
Fri 23 April - Polar Bear (The Front Room)
Fri 23 April - Chris Cunningham, Beak + Tom Jenkinson (Royal Festival Hall)
Fri 23 April - To Rococo Rot + Hans Joachim Irmler (Faust) + Gudrun Gut & AGF + Vladislav Delay + Thomas Fehlmann (Queen Elizabeth Hall)
Sat 24 April - Will Dutta, Plaid, Max De Wardener, John Richards (Purcell Room)
Sat 24 April - Gil Scott-Heron (Royal Festival Hall)
Sat 24 April - Tanya Tagaq + Bishi + Sisters of Transistors (Queen Elizabeth Hall) - CANCELLED


Ticket prices vary depending on event.

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An installation of music-making machines - including a new piece by Felix Thorn, aka Felix's Machines - will be the main venue to host an extensive free events programme.

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