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She Plays Angel Music (Where People Might Die)

She Plays Angel Music (Where People Might Die)

Frontiers Series

Date and time
19 Jun 2019 (5:00pm - 6:00pm)
Location

Recital Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR

Price

£5 per individual CODA event

Booking Information

Wheelchair users are entitled to concessionary priced tickets with a complimentary companion seat.

Guide dogs are welcome at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire venues. If you wish to bring a Guide Dog or wheelchair, please let the Events Office know by calling 0121 331 5909.

FREE TICKETS FOR RBC STAFF & STUDENTS*

Staff & students are eligible for a limited number of free tickets for events at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.

  • Tickets are subject to availability, must be booked in advance and are offered on a first-come-first-served basis.
  • Once the free ticket allocation per event is reached, staff and students are eligible for discounted tickets.
  • Excludes events programmed by external organisations or visiting artists.
  • One ticket per student/member of staff.
  • *Entry only granted with a valid BCU ID.
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'She Plays Angel Music (Where People Might Die)' is a concert installation by Michael Wolters and Paul Norman involving a number of female harpists dragging their harps on trolleys across a virtual map of Europe, while telling the biographies of male harp composers.

Forthcoming events in Frontiers Series

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