On an ongoing and heterogeneous musical journey which twists and turns and goes whichever way you think it won’t.
Roger Eno is a composer, multi-instrumentalist and sound artist who cannot be easily categorised. He is hard to pin down and slippery as a fish, yet creates lush, emotive soundscapes which quite easily swallow you whole.
Roger’s powerful and versatile body of work easily lends itself to, and is frequently used in, TV, theatre and film. (Danny Boyle's 'Trainspotting' and 'Mr Wroe's Virgins' - for which Roger was BAFTA nominated, Dario Argento's 'Opera' and Trevor Nunn's NT production of Betrayal.)
His installations can be experienced in public spaces each year and he continues to tour and play live sets both as a solo artist and as an arch-collaborator.
2013 performances and installations:
The Fisher Theatre, Bungay - Roger Eno & Friends at Home - 23rd of February SOLD OUT
Snap! Art at The Aldeburgh Festival - June 8th-30th
Ip-Arts - Opening performance at ipswich Arts Festival - June 21st
Beck Song Reader Live - Thursday, 4th July SOLD OUT
Norwich Arts Centre - The St Swithun's Project, opening 15th July for 40 days.
Colchester Arts Centre - Saturday, 7th September (Performance of new works, with Rosie Toll, accompanied by visuals from John Rixon and Dom Theobald)
The Ultimate Picture Palace, Oxford - Friday, 13th September. Roger will be accompanying 'The Passion of Joan of Arc', widely regarded as a landmark in cinema history for it's outstanding production values, direction and Falconetti's intense performance as Joan of Arc.
(more to be confirmed shortly...)