Phronesis and Laura Mvula play this anniversary festival with American experimental performance artist, composer and musician Laurie Anderson as Guest Director.
Brighton Festival celebrates it’s 50th anniversary this year. Running from from the 7th to 29th May, this anniversary festival will have American experimental performance artist, composer and musician Laurie Anderson as Guest Director and performer along with Swiss pianist Nik Bartsch and Norwegian guitarist Eivind Arset.
The Corn Exchange will host the trio Phronesis playing material from their new release ‘Parallax’ on May 19th and Laura Mvula performs at the Theatre Royal on May 23rd.
Brighton Festival features The Arts in many forms with free events including sound installations to jazz, classical and world music. See more at brightonfestival.org.