Sebastian Reynolds collaborates with musicians and dance artists from Thailand and the UK to retell the story of the Jataka tale 'Mahajanaka'.
'Puzzle Creature' inspired by artist/architect duo Arakawa and Madeline Gins premieres at Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial (Japan) this September. Sebastian has been commissioned to create an original score for the production composing for 8 speakers.
A night of Thai electronica, Indian classical meets British Folk and pastoral Celtic Folk through a kosmiche filter, featuring Sebastian Reynolds (performing excerpts from Mahajanaka Dance Drama), Marcus Corbett with Nitin Gaikwad and Brona McVittie.
Daylight Music presents...
A thrilling new ensemble, Solo Collective brings together the chamber musicians Alex Stolze and Anne Müller, with pianist and producer Sebastian Reynolds. Acclaimed as “spacious, electronica-tinted science-fiction chamber music” by The Arts Desk, the trio present themselves as a rotating cast of three soloists who take turns in the spotlight, with the other two providing supporting roles.
A lazy afternoon with music, tea and cake. An event for all ages. Produced by Arctic Circle. Pay-What-You-Can ticket on door (suggested donation £5.00). Midday - till 2.00pm
PinDrop Creative & Oxford University Buddhist Society present...
Journey into Jatakas - Lunchtime Talk
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Oxford based Composer / Producer Sebastian Reynolds will be joined by Imagining the Divine curator Dr Jas Elsner, Jataka scholar Dr Sarah Shaw and Oxford Classics scholar Professor Fiona Macintosh for a lunchtime talk on new dance and music production 'Mahajanaka Dance Drama' - a collaboration between internationally renowned artists from Bangkok, Thailand and the UK. Join in with the discussion facilitated by dramaturg Miranda Laurence to discover Jataka mythology, and how one of the oldest surviving stories in the world has inspired a contemporary re-telling.
'5 seconds' is the opening of a new series of events in the Zwingli Church in Friedrichshain (Berlin), which sees the 5-second reverberation of the monumental church space as an artistic challenge!