Birds and Beasts are an alternative pop/folk duo based in West Yorkshire, their union started in Huddersfield with a mutual love of animals and music.
Programme to include works by Piazzolla, Bartok and Messiaen plus Macedonian folk music and music inspired by that of Brazil.
Tuning Scores (originated by Lisa Nelson) is a dance practice that unveils sense desires as motivators; movement as collateral choreography; time as music and rhythm; space as palette and environment.
Described recently as The Godmother of Improvisation, Katie Duck has influenced and inspired generations of dancers through her performing and teaching. This will be a great opportunity to work with her over two days on a rare visit to the UK.
Wainsgate Winter Bazaar welcomes you to their third seasonal event at Wainsgate Chapel on Sunday, 2nd December 2018, 11.00am to 5.00pm. Come along for live music, licensed bar, tea/cakes and fabulous ideas for Christmas gifts from exhibitors Hammered & Wired, Rob Hopper, London Stone Studio, David Anthony Jarrett, Linda Spiteri, Susy Nicholson, Elgar Shirts, Majdi’s […]
Theo Clinkard and Leah Marojevic are currently conceiving a series of duet scores to perform together in galleries, museums and other non-theatre spaces
This workshop explores solos and duets and is informed by Charlie and Scott’s own movement investigations.
Joining Aron at Wainsgate Chapel will be Leighton Jones on piano: a fantastic musician and songwriter in his own right. Also singing and playing various instruments will be local talent Kate Radford.
This workshop will explore different resources within the body and space for generating movement and material while at times using voice, touch and spoken word.
A weekend of concerts, workshops and impromptu performances given by choirs and vocal ensembles, loosely themed on peace, love and understanding: 100 years on from the end of the 1st World War. (PLEASE NOTE: Saturday’s events are at The Birchcliffe Centre, Sunday’s at Wainsgate Chapel)
Recital of contemporary pieces for solo marimba “A superb performance from an amazing young musician” Hebden Bridge Arts Festival 2011Andrew Thomas: Merlin Joseph Schwanter: Velocities Paul Lansky: Three Moves for Marimba Steven Mackey: See Ya Thursday David Lang: String Of Pearls Philippe Hurel: Loops IV Joe has performed all over the UK and […]
This workshop is for anybody interested in improvising with others using movement and text. We will work alone, in pairs and as a group, practicing moving and using our voices together.
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A chance to look around this superb Grade II* listed building with tea and cakes, Wainsgate history exhibition, piano and organ recitals, open studios and art exhibitions
In the mornings we’ll look at some principles of floorwork, through the material of Flying Low. FL is a technique initiated by David Zambrano that uses simple movement patterns and principles to dance our whole selves in, out and along the floor…
Expect strong melodies, mystery and mayhem with subjects ranging from murderous cheese thievery in early nineteenth century Cheshire, a heartfelt eulogy to a globe artichoke and the exploits of a cunning, grimly humorous owl.
Performance with Phil Barton – 30 minutes approximately, with rough ground. Please dress appropriately to the weather.
Philip Jeck and Kirstie Simson in performance
Gather is a site-specific sound installation by Wainsgate Chapel resident artists Sally Dawson and Rob Hopper and sound designer Roland Higham. Visitors are invited to experience the chapel through a collection of sound layers from the past and prese