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Saturday, October 14th, 2017
For the second night of Organ Reframed we are proud to present a new organ work, written and performed by Low. In their 25 year career to date, Low have garnered an array of praise from critics and artists alike. Their exploration of minimalist soundscapes and harmonies have inspired covers from the likes of Robert Plant and Mavis Staples, and their most recent album ‘Ones and Sixes’ was heralded as “one of the most impressive albums of their career” by MOJO. As their first commissioned work for organ this is a new departure and further step forward for the band. “As a band, we are currently writing and recording, experimenting with new voices and extremes. We are very excited about the chance to compose something new – something that will challenge us and allow us to further explore Union Chapel which we have loved for so long.” – Alan Sparhawk World premiere / Commissioned by Organ Reframed. Support on the night comes from Claire M Singer who will be performing works from her debut album Solas.