2015 – already the most exciting year
It has been a while since we’ve posted anything to this blog page but Perpetuo have already been very busy in 2015.
Last Saturday, three of our musicians took part in an special event featuring the paintings of Tom de Freston, poems by Kiran Millwood Hargrave and songs by Max Barton.
The event was hosted at 47/49 Tanner Street where our Cityscapes event will be taking place in April 2015 and involved a fresh take on the age old story of Orpheus and Eurydice. This event began to take shape for Perpetuo in April 2014 when we were approached by Tom de Freston about collaborating on the project. The end result was an immersive theatre piece incorporating music, poetry and art that marked the start of a very interesting year for us.
Already the feedback for the event has been really positive and we look forward to more collaborations like this in the future.
In the coming months we will be featured on a release by Champs Hill Records featuring premiere recordings of Judith Weir and John Tavener as well as returning to 47/49 Tanner Street for our Cityscapes event.
2015 will be a very interesting year but this is just the beginning!