Members of Extraordinary Bodies and EBYA had the wonderful opportunity of collaborating with The British Paraorchestra at Colston Hall, Bristol in association with Bristol Plays Music.
The British Paraorchestra is the world’s first professional ensemble of disabled musicians, founded by British conductor Charles Hazlewood.
The performance was a partly improvised, explorative piece responding to the piece of music ‘Terry Riley’s In C’ played live by The British Paraorchestra. It was an amazing opportunity to experiment with movement, sound and the senses, to share the skills of our artists with new audiences, and to develop a new relationship with a company that shares in our vision.
Read a review of the performance here: Fast Forward Festival 2016: British Paraorchestra and Extraordinary Bodies