Woodland music is youngsters’ work
KING’S Wood in Challock has been resounding to songs and music created by young people and this Saturday the forest will host a public premiere of the finished performance. Stour Valley Arts and Music for Change started the project after Jem Finer’s sound sculpture Score For A Hole In The Ground was installed in the wood. The students have produced a piece called Notes from Underground, which features percussion, voices and instruments made from materials found in the woodland. They worked with Zimbabwean musician Lucky Mobo and artist Martin Brockman throughout April. The piece will be performed from 3pm and there will also be workshops all afternoon from 1.30pm.
Free places can be booked by calling 01233 740040.