Brooklands in Sound
The museum will come alive with the sound of live music performed by choirs, bands and ensembles embedded within garages, on balconies and among the exhibits across the Brooklands Museum site.
Featuring a mass cast of musicians, singers and dancers from across the county, the evening will culminate in the exciting world premier performance No Sound Ever Dies by composer Joanna Lee and librettist Stephen Plaice, which tells the story of motoring pioneers and Brooklands heroes Percy Lambert and Kay Petre.
There will be lots to see and do throughout the evening, including experienceing sound piece called Learning to Fly by sound artist and musician Graham Dowdall and being styled as classic motoring and aviation heroes by Surrey Arts Wardrobe for a vintage style portrait to take home!
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We are looking to recruit primary aged singers, secondary aged singers and young dancers aged 14-21.
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Brooklands in Sound will include performances from a variety of Surrey ensembles and local groups as well as featuring a sound installation as part of the Learning to Fly project. The evening will culminate in the premier performance No Sound Ever Dies, which will be performed in front of the spectaular Stratopheric Chamber within the heart of the museum.
Inspired by the spirit of Brooklands, the premier performance of No Sound Ever Dies by musicians, singers and dancers will conclude our festival. This specially commissioned work celebrates two drivers, Percy Lambert (1881-1913) and Kay Petre (1903-1994), motor racing pioneers and stars of their day. No Sound Ever Dies will be performed in front of the spectacular Stratospheric Chamber at the heart of Brooklands Museum.
4-16 year olds: £9.00
under 5s: free
Booking fees apply.
The who, what, when where and why about the festival, the commission and related projects.
The Brooklands in Sound festival and No Sound Ever Dies have been made possible through external funding.
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Brooklands in Sound and No Sound Ever Dies have been made possible by external funding contributions from: