Brian Eno was astounded by the moon landing 40 years ago but rightly thought music should have accompanied such monumental first contact. So he composed the album Apollo in 1983 and you’ve got the chance to hear it in a new live arrangement at the Science Museum IMAX cinema tonight (and tomorrow night). Tickets are £18.00, book now to revel in original footage of the moon landings on the gigantic IMAX screen, new material using space recordings and Eno’s atmospheric, evocative score. The man himself will introduce the event tonight, the same programme without him tomorrow night. Image by Matt From London, with permission
Last Minute Listing: Apollo Concert @ Science Museum
May 24, 2013 · No comments
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