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100 Demons - The Manchester Collective

  • 11-16 Boyd Street Newcastle upon Tyne, England, NE2 1AP United Kingdom (map)
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Intimate,immersive, experiences,without parallel.- Bachtrack 

Through thrilling live performances, allied with daring programming and a brazen approach to convention The Manchester Collective bring contemporary classical music to unusual venues. 

Many people told them that this project was impossible. It’s too hard to start a new arts organisation, let alone a movement. Classical music just isn’t relevant anymore. Young people don’t care about culture. Bring it on. And welcome to the new season.

Following a critically acclaimed debut tour, Manchester Collective presents this strictly limited revival of 100 Demons. A collaboration with electronic artist Vessel and composer Daniel Elms, 100 Demons is a rare evening of ambitious, breath-taking performance, exploring the space between strings and electronics. The programme sees two highly-anticipated world premieres –including Elms’ titular, illusory “100 Demons”, commissioned for and by Manchester Collective, as well as Vessel’s exploratory new work – The Birth of the Queen. These works sit alongside a tour de force set that will stretch this augmented string quartet to its limits.

TICKETS £6 adv, £9 otd, £10 for both this concert and 100 Demons Dec 5th 

The Manchester Collective 
The Manchester Collective have reached more than 65,000 people with their debut 2017 season. . From the Wind Factory in Liverpool to the White Hotel in Solford they have been enchanting audiences and receiving rave reviews. Their mission is to create radical human experiences for everybody through live music 

The Manchester Collective was founded because nobody was programming the kind of work that they wanted to perform; exciting contemporary classical music in unusual venues Along the way, they discovered a passion for connecting with new overwhelmingly young audiences . Many of their guests experience their first taste of classical music at a Manchester Collective show.