A concert by Agathe Max & Charlotte Kaslin with electronic music by Nexcyia
Agathe Max, violin
Charlotte Kaslin, cello
Nexcyia (Adam Wilkie-Dove), electronic composition
Drawing inspiration from a mixed repertoire including pieces by Lully and Elgar and their own compositions, violinist Agathe Max, cellist Charlotte Kaslin (De Beauvoir Piano Trio) and sound artist and experimental ambient musician Nexcyia (TakuRoku/Alien Jams) invite us to a journey through new melodic landscapes in a unique concert melding both classical and contemporary music with electronics and stunning visual animation. Recorded live on stage at the Institut français on 6 July 2021, this exceptional experience will be broadcast on 14 July at 12.30pm on the occasion of Bastille Day.
14 July 12.30pm | Free streaming
Lully, March for the Turkish Ceremony
Byrd, Ave Verum Corpus
Elgar, Cello Concerto (first movement)
Adam Dove, Improvisations
Agathe Max, Fragments I
Organised in partnership with the Royal College of Music and the Royal College of Art
Agathe Max is a multi-instrumentalist and composer based in London.
Charlotte Kaslin is an alumna of the Royal College of Music and cellist of the De Beauvoir Piano Trio
Nexcyia (Adam Wilkie-Dove) is an African-American/Scottish/French sound artist (TakuRoku / Alien Jams), experimental ambient musician and alumnus of the Royal College of Art, based in London and Paris.