Radiophrenia – 87.9FM Mon 13 April — Sun 19 April 2015 Broadcasting live from CCA

Radiophrenia – 87.9FM

Mon 13 April — Sun 19 April 2015


Broadcasting live from CCA, 24-hours a day
Theatre Space Listening Room: 12noon – 4pm (except during sound checks), Free, All ages
Live performances: 7pm, Free but ticketed, Theatre, Ages 15+

Related CCA Events

Nichola Scrutton

Mon 13 April 2015

Shelly Nadashi
A Hidden Quiet Pocket & Broken Lip

Tue 14 April 2015

Peter Lanceley – Triggers
Julia Scott

Wed 15 April 2015

The Resonance Radio Orchestra
A Score for Open Heart Surgery on Charlie Watts & other works

Thu 16 April 2015

Felix Kubin

Fri 17 April 2015

Elizabeth Veldon & Mary Knox – A Shorter History of Radio
Jim Colquhoun with Jamie McNeill – The Balderwick Codex

Sat 18 April 2015

Kathryn Elkin featuring Emer Tumilty on Violin
Mud Nostalgia Fantasy Cantata

Sun 19 April 2015

Broadcasting live from CCA, Radiophrenia is a temporary FM art radio station – a week-long exploration into current trends in sound and transmission arts. Radiophrenia aims to promote radio as an art form, encouraging experimental approaches to the medium that are not catered for by mainstream stations. Bringing you the best in local and international radio art, the station will be broadcasting 7-days a week, 24-hours a day. The majority of the programme will be made up from work submitted through an open call and will include; soundscapes, spoken word, documentary, drama, radio experiments, found sound, challenging and radical new programme ideas.

The schedule will include live shows and pre-recorded features as well as a series of specially commissioned ‘live-to-air’ performances at 7pm each day. Selected artists have been asked to respond to the unique circumstances of creating a work that is simultaneously a live performance and a radio broadcast, reflecting the fact that there will be an audience present in the theatre in addition to an unseen audience of listeners at home. Commissioned artists include Felix Kubin, The Resonance Radio Orchestra, Peter Lanceley, Shelly Nadashi, Jim Colquhoun, Kathryn Elkin, Nichola Scrutton, Julia Scott and Elizabeth Veldon.

Tune in from 13 April on 87.9FM

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