Last weekend Crash Ensemble had two amazing sell out shows! Saturday's 'Minimal' had queues out the door and was an amazing celebration of Reich and Glass. A strong DEAF contingent came which made for an interesting change in audience. Audience were encouraged to move around the space and experience the different stages. For Koyaanisqatsi many people were spaced out on the floor and the general reaction was 'intense!'.
Roger Doyle @ 60 was also a full house. It was a great celebration of a great composer with a varied program looking at music from different stages of his life. The premiere of his new work "The Room in the Tower" eliciited the required reaction... FEAR! It was great!
A HUGE thanks goes to all the team at DEAF, Karen and Eamonn, all the staff, and most especially all the volunteers who made the work a WHOLE lot easier! The festival is still going on this week, so please do check out more of the concerts (and buy your tickets in advance! Nearly ALL the DEAF concerts last weekend sold out!)
A final note... keep Friday 11th December free for the last Crash gig of the year. It is going to be REALLY special!