eavesdropping returns! We'll be back in 2020.
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eavesdropping is a new series and a symposium dedicated to new music, curated by soprano Juliet Fraser,
held in the little wooden chapel up in the eaves of Oxford House in Bethnal Green.
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. eavesdropping's first season featured Séverine Ballon, Mira Benjamin, Alba Cabral, Eleanor Cully, Juliet Fraser, Naala, Heather Roche and Andrea
Young. Season 2, running January to April 2020, will soon be announced.
Each season culminates in a weekend-long symposium: the first season explored the topic of 'female
creativity and the legacy and future of women in new music'; next season's symposium will focus on climate change.
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eavesdropping is supported by PRS for Music Foundation.
eavesdropping's first series was generously supported by the Hinrichsen Foundation,
and the symposium by the Music & Letters Trust.