Dixon Clark Court Symphony

Union Chapel Artist in Residence 2011-2012, Project 2

Live performance
Union Chapel, London
Thursday 21st June 2012
8.00pm until 8.40pm

Dixon Clark Court Symphony
Dual Site Exhibition at Union Chapel and Dixon Clark Court
Friday 13th July to Sunday 12th August 2012
The Dixon Clark Court Symphony featured a montage of recorded acoustic sounds, exploring notions of loneliness and belonging, arranged by Sarah Strang, composed by Nathaniel Robin Mann and Daniel Merrill and performed by the London Contemporary Orchestra.
A 42-minute looped, sound recording of the original performance of the Dixon Clark Court Symphony was presented from 13th July to 12th August in two locations, in the balconies of Union Chapel during the restoration of the organ and within the Management Office at Dixon Clark Court:

Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, London, N1 2UN

Friday 3pm to 6 pm
Saturday and Sunday 12 pm to 6 pm

Management Office, Dixon Clark Court, Canonbury Road, London N1 2UR
Monday to Friday 9am to 12pm

Dixon Clark Court Symphony Debate
Is there space for a subjective response to community?
Monday 17th September 7.30 pm
Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, London, N1 2UN
Doors and Bar open 7pm
Talk by Dave Clements

Supported by the Congregational Federation, Patrons of Union Chapel Artist in Residence Programme and the Heritage Lottery Fund
Charitable partner, Islington Giving

Photography by Daniela Sbrisny