Oramics: The Life and Works of Daphne Oram, London

Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, London

This concert features unheard music by Daphne Oram, a pioneering British composer and electronic musician who died in 2003. Much of the music heard in this performance has been uncovered while digitising her tapes at Goldsmith’s College, London University. Other works, like Sardonica, written with Ivor Walsworth for piano and tape, receive their first performances in decades, and special guest artist Andrea Parker, creator of warm electro music and Daz Quayle, re-working Daphne’s sounds for a new generation.

Featured on the forthcoming album on aperture from Andrea Parker & Daz Quayle: ap003 - Private Dreams & Public Nightmares