An exclusive evening jointly presented by Arcangelo and Trinity Art Gallery, and the latest step in our shared ongoing creative partnership, featuring a preview of Arcangelo’s new recording project and a private view of artworks by painter Noel Paine and sculptor Jim Jack.
Arcangelo’s Jonathan Cohen, Sophie Gent, Jonathan Manson and Thomas Dunford will present a preview of their next recording project for Alpha Classics: the second set of Trio Sonatas (Op.2) by Dietrich Buxtehude. Described by Jonathan as ‘musical sudoku’, our first recording of these intricate pieces was a revelation, winning a nomination at the 2017 Grammy Awards.
Also featured are artworks by Vienna-based British painter Noel Paine and Hackney sculptor Jim Jack. Works by Noel and Jim are regularly exhibited at Trinity, and we are excited to be bringing our three disciplines together at this event. The evening will offer opportunities to hear the artists discuss their work and projects, an audience Q&A, and information about how to support Arcangelo’s new recording project and purchase artworks by Noel Paine and Jim Jack.
- 7.00pm, 4 February 2020
- Trinity Art Studios, 8 Trinity Buoy Wharf, London E14 0FG
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