London Contemporary Orchestra will also be performing as part of Inside Out’s spring programme.
Earlier this year, London’s Southbank Centre unveiled a second season of its online multi-arts series Inside Out. Southbank Centre has since added a selection of new gigs and events to its programme.
Bell Orchestre join the existing series line-up. The Montreal-based outfit have put together a woodlands-shot performance film which will be streamed on 13 March, 8pm (GMT). The film will be available to view for 24 hours.
Elsewhere, Southbank Centre has tapped Black Country, New Road for a special show on 6 March filmed in the Queen Elizabeth Hall. The performance will be the group’s first major gig of the year.
Inside Out’s spring programme also features London Contemporary Orchestra, who return to the Queen Elizabeth Hall on 19 March for four world premiere performances. LCO will present specially-commissioned orchestral versions of Hildur Gudnadóttir’s Ascent and Ólafur Arnalds’ momentary, as well as Kelly Lee Owens’ track Arpeggi and Duval Timothy’s Look. Both are taken from the artists’ well-received 2020 albums. In fact, Timothy’s was our Album of the Year 2020. There will also be a UK premiere of Kjartan Sveinsson’s Der Klang der Offenbarung des Göttlichen.
Head to the Southbank Centre website for further programme information and event tickets.