To kick off the new season we are pleased to share with you a special ticket offer for our Brighton Digital Festival music programme.
Join us for Max Cooper, Suzanne Ciani, Martin Messier, Gaika, Gazelle Twin and James Holden from 4 - 12 October with the following special deals:
- 10% discount when you buy two tickets for two different shows
- 15% discount when you buy three tickets for three different shows
- 20% discount when you buy four tickets for four different shows
- 25% discount when you buy five tickets for five different shows
Max Cooper and Architecture Social Club present Aether (Friday 5 – Saturday 6 October) a digital installation that plays on our relationship to the forms, sounds and colours all around us. London-based Max Cooper has carved out a unique position for himself as an artist, merging electronic music, visual art and science through installations, live audio-visual and immersive sound experiences. A live performance by Max within the work takes place on Thursday 4 October and his latest album will be released this summer to coincide with the ACCA events.
Five-time Grammy award nominated composer, electronic music pioneer, and neo-classical recording artist, Suzanne Ciani, is one of the most renowned female composers in the world. She comes from Los Angeles to ACCA to perform on Monday 8 October. Following two sold out shows at Café OTO last year (her first ever performances in London), ACCA has invited Suzanne back for her latest shows in the UK. Suzanne will be sharing a double bill with Martin Messier. The Canadian artist will perform FIELD, a mesmerising audio-visual work using the electromagnetic fields of our environment, from which noise and light compositions emerge.
A second explosive double bill comes from Gaika and Gazelle Twin(Thursday 11 October). Experimental yet catchy, Gaika’s work is uncompromising; intent on expanding and exploring the ideas of what contemporary Black British music is. Meanwhile, ACCA welcomes Gazelle Twinback to Brighton for what will be an electrifying performance of their new album, Pastoral. Expect a masquerade-like use of costume, toying with anonymity and bewitching audiences by masking the surface.
James Holden and the Animal Spirits bring the final gig of the Brighton Digital Festival season at ACCA on Friday October 12. Holden’s latest live set up includes his custom-made modular synthesizer system coupled with an unlikely supporting cast of brass, wind and live percussion. The expansive and transformative psychedelic journey of The Animal Spirits is certainly Holden’s most ambitious work to date – but also his most direct and accessible.
Tickets are subject to availability and at the discretion of the vendor. Tickets need to be booked in a single transaction. This offer runs until 7pm on Friday 12 October.
See you there!