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The Seventh Wave Festival of Electronic Music: Number 9

 

Friday 06 March 2020 – Sunday 08 March 2020

Three events

Tickets available for individual events from:

https://www.skiddle.com/groups/theseventhwave/

 

Keeping up to date with information

Web pages: https://seventhwavefestivalofelectronicmusic.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/seventhwavebham

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theseventhwave7/

Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1421350938094173/

The bulk of the tickets are available via Skiddle and Ticketsellers (the Birmingham based agency) also have an allocation of tickets as well.

Two live shows on Sunday are limited to 100 tickets – Saturday’s day time EVENT is FREE ADMISSION

 

Friday 06 March 2020 Doors 6.00 pm, Curfew 10.00 pm.

Ulrich Schnauss & Mark Peters

With Very Special Guests Teeth Of The Sea & John Biddulph

St Paul’s Church, St Paul’s Square, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham B3 1QZ.

 

Saturday 07 March 2020 Doors 5.00 pm, Curfew 10.00 pm.

Thorsten Quaeschning (Tangerine Dream)

With Very Special Guests:

Quaeschning & Schnauss (Synthwaves / Azure Vista Recs & Tangerine Dream)

Theo Travis (Soft Machine / Gong / King Crimson)

St Paul’s Church, St Paul’s Square, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham B3 1QZ.

 

Saturday 07 March 2020 10.00 am to 5.00 PM

The West Midlands Synth Network presents A Fourth All Day FREE Event Featuring
A Midlands Modular Meet, Synth Manufacturer Attendance, Talks,
Demonstrations and Live Performances

The Birmingham And Midland Institute 9 Margaret St, Birmingham B3 3BS
•First 100 through the door receive ‘goody bags’
•Charity raffle on behalf of ‘Drake Music’

•Midlands Modular Meet room, manufacturer rooms, live performance spaces,
video room and a café

•Rooms curated by Leon Trimble , Martyn Greenwood and Martin Christie

•Demonstrations and manufacturer displays by Ableton, Infection Music, Korg, Roland, Novation & Others

•Live performances by John Biddulph appearing as HandMadeSound, Ten:Ten,Concept Devices, The Garwin Project, Peter Challoner, Modulator ESP,
The Mashed Swedes Cafe Orchestra & more to be announced

 

Sunday 08 March 2020 1.30 pm to 5.00 PM

Mark Jenkins performs ’50 Years of Tangerine Dream’ – Live

With Very Special Guest Cellistica

The Blue Orange Theatre, 118 Great Hampton Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham B18 6AD.

Mark Jenkins performs ’50 Years of Tangerine Dream’ – Live

Since 1970 and their first album release ‘Electronic Meditation’, Tangerine Dream pioneered electro-acoustic, analog electronic and digital music, releasing over 200 albums including some epic and groundbreaking tracks.

Now in 2020 music journalist Mark Jenkins presents a live show featuring covers from all the band’s most popular periods, with familiar tracks, pastiche pieces and amazing insights into how the band created their music.

Using the latest analog and digital synthesizers and software, Mark recreates the finest ambient, rock and electronic textures of one of the world’s leading instrumental bands, backed by a stunning lighting, computer graphic and laser show – a unique performance not to be missed.

Cellistica

Based in London, Cellistica is the music of Hannah Chappell (Cello) and Mark Jenkins (keyboards).

 

Sunday 08 March 2020 6.30 pm to 10.00 PM

Steve Jolliffe – Cyclone Revisited & Other Sonic Adventures.
Q&A/Talk about Tangerine Dream and Steve’s Musical Journey.

With Very Special Guest tony adamo / b.nine

The Blue Orange Theatre, 118 Great Hampton Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham B18 6AD.

Steve Jolliffe – Cyclone Revisited & Other Sonic Adventures.

Tangerine Dream’s ‘Cyclone’ released in 1978 marked an innovation for the German synthesizer band, layering the wind instruments, keyboards and voice of Steve Jolliffe over their driving sequencer-led sound. Now Jolliffe revisits the album alongside recounting his memories of Tangerine Dream and his musical journey from then until now ……

tony adamo / b.nine
Freelance photographer, film maker and electronic musician (ten:ten, b.nine, lichen [with Peter Coyle]).

 

festival 9 2020

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