The Barbican will host a series of events in celebration of the life and works of the inventor of the Moog synthesiser, Dr Robert Moog
London's Barbican will host a three day celebration of Moog synthesizer inventor Dr Robert Moog. Called The Moog Concordance, it’s the first in a series of Summer events commemorating the tenth anniversary of his death, and it will feature performances of classic Moog based compositions, reworks of film soundtracks and newly commissioned pieces.
The series will kick off on 8 July with performances by The Will Gregory Moog Ensemble (which includes Portishead's Adrian Utley, composer Graham Fitkin and others) and composer and musician Charlemagne Palestine. Also on the programme are Alan Vega and Martin Rev of Suicide (9), a premiere of Charlemagne Palestine's INTERRVALLISSPHERE ii (12) and Eliza McCarthy performing new compositions by Mica Levi (18). More dates and information can be found here.