Classical music
Contemporary Classical

Ring Out

Part of New Music Biennial

Walk around this space to experience micro-melodies shifting and changing in this composition from sound artist and composer Ray Lee.

Renowned for creating music for public places, Ray has created an outdoor musical and visual spectacle composed for electronically generated bell sounds, each swinging from a giant metal tower.

The composition builds a series of tonal pitches into a constantly evolving texture of pulsed tones, created by the swinging of the bell-speakers by a local team of bell-ringers. You can move around the space and take in the sounds as they change throughout the performance.

Presented in association with the PRS Foundation with additional support from Oxford Brookes University and 101 Outdoor Arts Creation Space and support using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Dates & times

8 Jul 2017 - 9 Jul 2017
Approximate run time: 30 mins
  • July 2017

    • Sat 8 July 2017
      • 11:30 am
      • 2:00 pm
      • 6:00 pm
    • Sun 9 July 2017
      • 12:30 pm
      • 2:00 pm
      • 5:00 pm

where

Outdoor spaces
Southbank Centre Square Doors

Pricing

Free

need to know

Event information
This 15-minute piece is performed twice, with a short Q&A session with the composer between the performances.

before & after

Exterior view of YO! Sushi at the Southbank Centre
Delectable Japanese sushi, ramen and more to be grabbed from the conveyor belt
Bleecker Burger hamburger
Bleecker Burger bring their intensely beefy patties back to Southbank Centre