Interactive Broadcast

18:00-19:00, Wednesday 23rd September 2020

Watch the broadcast below

 

Creators & Performers: Sophie Seita & Naomi Woo

 

Between lecture-performance and love letter, Beethoven Was A Lesbian is an homage to Pauline Oliveros in extravagant temporal drag. Through playful dialogue, promiscuous citation, and interactive meditations, the performance seduces the tropes of classical music in order to dominate them. Performers conduct and are conducted, listen, flirt, sing, play, recline, read, die tragically, and bask in the soprano’s voice. 

 

For Tete a Tete, Sophie and Naomi have translated the work into an experimental sound art and mail art project. Tickets include a live broadcast as well as a unique set of postcards mailed to your home.

 

To receive the custom set of four postcards as an accompaniment to the sound piece, sent directly to your address for £4, see details at checkout.

 

All ages (mostly adults)

 

A list of works cited can be found here.

 

Produced by Sophie Seita & Naomi Woo

 

Venue: Interactive Broadcast.

 

 

www.sophieseita.com/#/beethoven-was-a-lesbian/

 

This show is a double bill with The Minutes of the Hildegard von Bingen Society for Gardening Companions.

 

If you would like to help Tête à Tête and the artists creating this show, take a look at this.

 

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Creators & Performers: Sophie Seita & Naomi Woo