Wood­land mu­sic is young­sters’ work

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - SOUNDS GOOD -

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.

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