Equinox

Equinox


Since the 17th century, philosophers, theorists and composers have argued over the intrinsic characters of different musical keys, and over their surprising links to time and space. These ideas inspired Henning Kraggerud and the world-famous author Jostein Gaarder (Sophie's World) to collaborate on Equinox.


'Kraggerud's Prom encore [of Equinox's 10th postlude] opened a window on a magical world' BBC Music Magazine

Hammond | Kraggerud

Tickets £15 or £20 to include a cream tea at any point during the afternoon at the Vaults & Garden Café

Image Antarktis by Swedish artist Gustav Hjelmgren: https://galleriduerr.com/portfolio/gustav-hjelmgren-2/

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

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Special Offer:
Only £20 to include cream tea at the Vaults & Garden Café at any point during the Saturday afternoon alongside a ticket for the concert.

  • Hearing [Henning] play as a Prom encore the tenth of his 24 'Postludes in All Keys' ... opened a window on a magical world.
       
    BBC Music Magazine

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