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Brand new annual two day festival in Stroud

Local independent arts magazine launches Hidden Notes in September

A new annual event at St Laurence Church in Stroud, Gloucestershire has launched. Called Hidden Notes, it is run by the local independent arts magazine Good On Paper and has a focus on contemporary classical and avant garde composers.

Labels showcased include Erased Tapes, One Little Indian, Bedroom Community, 130701/Fat Cat Records, Touch and Prah Recordings. Artists on the line-up are Manu Delago Ensemble, Daniel Pioro and Valgeir Sigurdsson, Emily Hall and Mandel, Group Listening, Lubomyr Melnyk, Hatis Noit, Claire M Singer, Spindle Ensemble and Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch.

Hidden Notes Vol 1 takes place from 28–29 September.