John Cage season features Hebrides Ensemble performing Water Music

Glasgow University Concert Hall and Hunterian Art Gallery host music and art

Cage season

The List is particularly chuffed this fortnight to announce a John Cage double banger. Work by the composer, writer and artist can be seen as part of a special Cage season, which includes a lunchtime concert by the Hebrides Ensemble on 24 Feb, at the Glasgow University Concert Hall. The Ensemble will play Cage’s ‘Water Music’, as well James McMillan’s ‘14 Little Pictures’. Elsewhere, fans of Cage’s visual art can enjoy the extraordinary selection of Cage artworks also available to see at the Hunterian Art Gallery, as part of their Every Day is a Good Day exhibition of the American’s work, running from 19 Feb–2 Apr. The exhibition will include 50 works on paper that span Cage’s entire visual art career and include his ever-popular Ryonaji series.

See concerts for more on the whole Cage season.

Tramway Family Day: John Cage Musicircus 2

Following the immensely popular first event in May 2010, the Tramway presents another day of free activities and workshops for families and young people. Expect live music from the likes of Wounded Knee and the Second Hand Marching Band, poetry, light and sound installations and workshops for families with kids for all…

John Cage: Every Day is a Good Day

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Better known as a minimalist musician, this showing of the genre-spanning composer, writer and painter Cage's abstract prints, watercolours and drawings is the first major exhibition to examine the entire range of his visual practice.

Hebrides Ensemble – John Cage Series

A lunchtime concert featuring John Cage's Water Music and James MacMillan's 14 Little Pictures.


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