eavesdropping is a series and a symposium dedicated to new music, curated by soprano Juliet Fraser and held in the little wooden chapel up in the eaves of Oxford House in Bethnal Green, London. The series runs with monthly events: over the course of four evenings, each a double-bill, eight performers present their latest works or works-in-progress in an intimate and informal setting. Each season culminates in a weekend-long symposium, which is an opportunity to reflect together on a given theme.
season three will run as a six-day festival, 20-25 April 2021. The series will be filmed in the chapel and broadcast as a YouTube premiere at 7.15pm each evening, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. No tickets required, just join us on YouTube!
The symposium will be held online, via YouTube and Zoom, and will explore 'the sounding body: site of trouble and transcendence'. Tickets required: SOLD OUT.
Our podcast, eavesdropping conversations, can be found on SoundCloud.
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eavesdropping is currently supported by PRS Foundation's The Open Fund for Organisations and Arts Council England.
Thanks also go to the eavesdropping consortium patrons and to our Flat-White Filanthropists!