Organizers have announced a free all-day synth event, as part of the Seventh Wave Festival of Electronic Music: Number Nine.
The event will feature a modular meetup, talks, demonstrations and live performances. Vendors represented will include Korg, Moog, Roland, Novation, Ableton and others.
First 100 through the door receive ‘goody bags’
Charity raffle on behalf of ‘Drake Music’
Midlands Modular Meet room, manufacturer rooms, live performance spaces, video room and a café
Rooms curated by Leon Trimble , Martyn Greenwood and Martin Christie
Demonstrations by Infection Music, Korg, Roland, Novation & Others
Live performances by John Biddulph appearing as HandMadeSound, Ten:Ten, Concept Devices, The Garwin Project, Peter Challoner, Modulator ESP, The Mashed Swedes Cafe Orchestra & more to be announced
Saturday 07 March 2020 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM
The Birmingham and Midland Institute
9 Margaret St, Birmingham B3 3BS
In addition to the free event, there will be concerts Friday, Saturday & Sunday, March 6-8, 2020.
Performers will include:
Ulrich Schnauss & Mark Peters;
Thorsten Quaeschning (Tangerine Dream);
Quaeschning & Schnauss (Synthwaves / Azure Vista Recs & Tangerine Dream);
Theo Travis (Soft Machine / Gong / King Crimson);
Mark Jenkins performs ’50 Years of Tangerine Dream’ – Live;
Steve Jolliffe and others.
See the event site for details.