My first international performance of 2015 is courtesy of Lindsay Vickery who will be performing Snowden (Eyes In The Sky) in Reykjavik, Iceland as part of his concert Silent Revolution at the Dark Music Days Festival on January 30.
Described by The Times as “ever-diversifying… a hot ticket in a cultural hotspot,” Dark Music Days provides Iceland’s foremost platform for showcasing innovative and progressive contemporary music in Iceland. Established by the Society of Icelandic Composers in 1980, the festival places emphasis on premiering new and often experimental pieces that reflect the ever-growing diversity and creativity of contemporary music. The festival is today one of the most important festivals of contemporary music in Iceland, where the music of Icelandic composers blends with current events and renowned international music.
The program also features Cat Hope's Signals Directorate and four pieces by Vickery: Silent Revolution, Sacrificial Zones, Semantics of Redaction and ...with the fishes...
More information on Silent Revolution and the Dark Music Days Festival available here.