ONLINE PRIVATE VIEW TICKET - ZEITRAFFER EXHIBITION LONDON NEW !!!
Article: ONLINE PRIVATE VIEW TICKET - ZEITRAFFER EXHIBITION
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TANGERINE DREAM: ZEITRAFFER EXHIBITION & 5th EDGAR FROESE MEMORIAL DAY – EXHIBITION, MUSIC, READING, FRIDAY, 24th JANUARY 2020, AT THE BARBICAN MUSIC LIBRARY LONDON, UK, 07:00 pm
STANDING – VERY LIMITED QUANTITY OF TICKETS AVAILABLE DUE TO LIMITED SPACE!
DATE: FRIDAY, 24th January 2020
OPENING: 7.00 pm (Doors: 6:30pm)
PRIVATE VIEW & 5th EDGAR FROESE MEMORIAL DAY (EFMD)
Bianca Froese-Acquaye: "Finally my dream is coming true. The exhibition ZEITRAFFER will be the prelude of an international touring exhibition on the career of TD. Presented at the well-known Barbican Music Library in London it will mainly focus on Tangerine Dream’s relation to the city, the UK and their supporters like BBC DJ John Peel and Virgin Records founder Richard Branson. But my little team and me don’t like to reveal too much, visitors will immerse themselves in the cosmos of a band that has made history in the field of electronic music. Of course more than 50 years of the band’s music history won’t fit into the limited exhibition space, but every single aspect of this band, their experiences and developments, is fascinating and worth to be told. A big thank you to our loyal fan base who contributed to this exhibition in many ways.
It is hard to believe that another five years have passed already, that Edgar has changed his cosmic address. With this exhibition and the music of his band we will commemorate him. R.I.P.”
PRESS RELEASE CITY OF LONDON:
CITY OF LONDON
MUSICAL INTERMEZZI BY:
HOSHIKO YAMANE and
READING FROM THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY FORCE MAJEURE:
TICKET PRICE: 29,- Euro.
This entrance fee only refers to the Vernissage day on 24th January 2020. The general admission to the exhibition is FREE.
Duration of the exhibition: 16th January to 02nd May 2020.
Opening times of the Barbican Music Library: Mon, Wed, Fri: 9.30am–5.30pm and Tue, Thu: 9.30am-7.30pm, Sat: 9.30am-4.00pm, Address: Level 2, Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS
Please notify the Music Library of any access requirements in advance of the event (wheelchair, lift etc.). Phone: +44 020-7638 0672.
Link to general information with map to the Barbican Centre:
Map & Directions
The exhibition is curated by Bianca Froese-Acquaye, Melanie Reinisch and Felix Moser.