Ray Lee’s new installation performance in London and Hull

An epic visual and musical spectacle, Ray Lee’s vast new sculptural sound work Ring Out will be performed as part of the the PRS New Music Biennial performances in Hull and London.
In Ring Out, a series of industrial giant towers hold suspended bell-like speaker cones, swinging higher and higher until their arms soar up over the heads of the audience. Each speaker resounds with electronic chimes creating an immersive sound world of constantly evolving textures, driven entirely by the efforts of a team of local bell-ringers.

Multi-award winning composer and artist Ray Lee's distinctive combination of sound and kinetic sculpture has thrilled audiences the world over. Ring Out is Ray's most ambitious work to date and builds on the remarkable success of his shows Siren and Chorus.

Zebedee's Yard | Hull 

Friday 30 June – 11am, 4pm, 10pm
Saturday 1 July – 11am, 4pm, 10pm

Southbank Centre | London 

Saturday 8th July – 11.30, 2pm, 6pm
Sunday 9th July – 12.30, 2pm, 5pm

Ring Out is available for further touring to urban and rural spaces from Autumn 2017

For touring enquiries contact Simon Chatterton simon@simonchatterton.co.uk +44 7949 783174

For more information on the performances in Hull and London contact Jo Ross jo@ocmevents.org 01865 484777

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Ring Out is co-commissioned by PRS for Music Foundation and OCM and is made possible through additional investment from Arts Council England and Oxford Brookes University. 

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