Concert Theatre is a combination form in which classical music and drama are performed live together. Through interweaving, music becomes not just atmospheric underscore, but another language expressed by the musicians – a voice and character in its own right, spoken alongside the actors on the same stage. The two distinct works are presented side by side, to create deeper resonance and complexity of interpretation in each, and a rich complete performance.
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The Tenant 2017

Book your tickets through the following links, or read more about The Tenant here.

26-27 April: Kings Weston House (Bristol), 1:30 pm*, 7:30 pm
28 April: National Portrait Gallery (London), 6:30 pm
30 April: Drill Hall (Chepstow), 7:30 pm
23 May: Bury St Edmunds Festival, 7:30 pm
24 May: Sarum College (Salisbury), 7:30 pm
25 May: Holburne Museum (Bath), 7:30 pm

*Matinee on 27 April at 1:30 pm in addition to evening performances.

Financial Times features The Tenant and interviews An-Ting Chang:

A grand piano stands centre stage. A woman sits at the keyboard and launches into one of Mozart’s sonatas for violin and piano. It looks like an ordinary concert, except for one thing: the violinist is Awol. Whenever the pianist plays a phrase of the sonata, she is answered by an actor, who, through tone of voice and physical gesture, mimics the emotional contours of the missing violin part. The result is both an unusual piece of theatre and an unusual take on Mozart… (Read more)


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