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The Stables Spiegeltent

Addictive TV present Orchestra of Samples with very special guest Evelyn Glennie.

The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park, Central Milton Keynes MK9 4AD Tickets

Performing their latest audiovisual sampling extravaganza, duo Addictive TV bring their Orchestra of Samples project to the Milton Keynes International Festival. Take over 200 musicians from nearly 30 countries and imagine that they never met but are sampled, combined and reimagined to create new music of extraordinary unique fusions crossing multiple styles and cultures. Six years in the making, the pair filmed improvised recording sessions with musicians around the world, then ingeniously sampled and spliced them together to create the project.  

The result is a digital supergroup of international artists who never met, but play together on-screen.  Orchestra of Samples features top musicians in their field and documents a range of unusual localised instruments on recordings made in Brazil, Kazakhstan, Egypt, Senegal, Colombia, across Europe and even Bhutan in the Himalayas!  Joining them for this special one-off performance on this musical journey without borders will be the wonderful percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie.

This performance is presented as part of IF: Milton Keynes International Festival 2018

http://www.orchestraofsamples....

Supported by Jally Kebba Susso Trio

UK-based Gambian kora player Jally Kebba Susso expands the boundaries of kora traditions while keeping its heart and soul intact. Blending traditional West African music with upbeat funk and jazz into a heady jazz-concoction, the Trio play intoxicating rhythmical layers that give the music depth and intrigue. For more information about Jally, please visit his website at

http://jallykebbasusso.com/

Ticket fee information

All transactions are subject to a transaction charge of £3. With the exception of some events in this year's IF: MK International Festival, internet bookings are subject to an additional booking fee of £1.80 per ticket


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