Home > Culture > Music and its stories stage at Chapter

Music and its stories stage at Chapter

If you think music is something individuals enjoy in solitude, with headphones or alone in their rooms, an upcoming event might make you change your mind.

Next week Canadian trio PME-ART brings to town a performance about the presence of music in our lives.

Staging at Chapter Arts Centre on Wednesday 4 November, their show The DJ Who Gave Too Much Information explores the way songs and stories around them infiltrate personal and social lives.

"Two Records” by Mathieu Chartrand. Caroline Dubois holds two records during a performance of “The DJ Who Gave Too Much Information"

“Two Records” by Mathieu Chartrand. Caroline Dubois holds two records during a performance of “The DJ Who Gave Too Much Information”

Co-artistic director Jacob Wren says, “The show is about how from just a pile of records it’s possible to talk about all aspects of life and the world: work, love, politics, religion, friendship.”

The event is part of Chapter’s “Experimentica”, a five-day festival of live art, performance and interdisciplinary projects.

Read More
Beauty influencers meet brands in a winter wonderland
Speed mentoring to inspire women
Blackadder goes forth to Chapter
Charities host wellbeing event