The Neutrinos and Sal Pittman in association with Norwich Arts Centre in KlangHaus: Four Storeys have produced one of the most remarkable pieces of live art I have experienced. After highly successful residencies at the Edinburgh Fringe and The Royal Festival Hall KlangHaus finally took its rightful place in The Neutrinos home city. The derelict St. George’s Works on Muspole Street is the home for seven performances of KlangHaus in the middle of winter and it was a privilege to cover this for Outline.
From beginning to end the experience is totally captivating and a lot for the senses to digest, immersive and oddly disorientating at times with sounds coming from all directions, the use of space, light and acoustics were amazing in a building which itself was one of the stars of the show.
As ever The Neutrinos and Sal Pittman continue to experiment, create and re-invent the whole live music experience. This was a stunning event – beautiful, unsettling, terrifying and haunting all at once. KlangHaus is a world of stories of the lost, ghosts and memories. Absolutely unmissable.
My review of ‘KlangHaus: Four Storeys’ appears on the Outline website.
Many thanks to The Neutrinos, Sal Pittman, Norwich Arts Centre, the whole KlangHaus team, and Outline magazine.
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