On Wednesday 12 March, we perform the music of Simon Steen-Andersen at Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall. Fast becoming one of the most important composers and installation artists of his generation, Simon’s work never ceases to challenge, intrigue and excite; pushing artistic boundaries and combining amplified instruments with samplers, video, simple everyday objects and homemade constructions.
We asked Simon to give us an insight into his record collection – here’s a sneak peek.
“This is a mix of music that has been important to me and music that I am listening to at the moment.”
Eivind Buene: By the River
Fanfare Ciocarlia: Iag Bari
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7, 4th movement
Roberto Goyeneche: Corazon No Le Hagas Caso
Helmut Lachenmann: Zwei Gefühle
Mathias Spahlinger: Adieu m’amour
Bent Sørensen: Sirenengesang
For more information about the concert and to book tickets, visit our website.