`It’s not a sort of chaos', he says, `but like a meteorite. The story is as much scientific as it is religious.' In Seven Days takes the complexity of the world as its starting point, pulling apart its intricate details before piecing it back together.
And so, in the first half of this concert, the London Sinfonietta pull apart the intricacies of the work itself, guided through the score’s structure by a presenter, with the orchestra and Rolf Hind playing short extracts to explore how Adès created the work. In the second half of the concert In Seven Days is performed in full.
Discover more of this distinctive and eloquent work as the worlds of science, religion, and music collide.
Part of Southbank Centre's Belief and Beyond Belief festival.
RepertoireThomas Adès: In Seven Days - Concerto for piano & orchestra
In Seven Days is performed without Tal Rosner's video projections.
£5 tickets are available for ages 16 – 25 in £15 and £20 seating areas.