Renowned for her inventive use of technology - from her 1981 hit O Superman to her appointment as NASA’s first artist-in-residence - Laurie Anderson is one of America’s most daring creative pioneers. Her eclectic, multidisciplinary career has spanned the worlds of art, theatre and experimental music and has seen her create works as a writer, director, visual artist and vocalist.See More from Series
This event will go ahead as planned at Brighton Open Air Theatre tonight. Please dress for the weather.
‘Wouldn’t it be great if you’re playing a concert and you look out and everyone’s a dog,’ Laurie Anderson mused while waiting backstage with cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
True to form, Anderson made her outlandish dream come true: first at the Sydney Opera House, and again in New York’s Times Square earlier this year, making headlines around the world. This 20-minute piece has been specifically designed for the canine ear, including frequencies audible only to dogs, as well as other sounds for humans to enjoy.
- Tue 10 May, 6pm & 7.30pm
- FREE (ticket required - limited capacity)
There is a £2 per order charge. Additional postage charges (50p or £1.50) apply
This concert is for dogs (and their owners). Tickets are for humans but each booking should include at least one dog. No unaccompanied humans (or dogs). Please come prepared to clean up if your four-legged friend gets too excited.
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- Brighton Festival music is supported by Rampion Offshore Wind