Imogen Heap: The Seashell and the Clergyman

Music, Classical and opera

Grammy and Ivor Novello award-winner Imogen Heap brings her a cappella soundtrack to the 1928 French surrealist film 'The Seashell and the Clergyman', performed by the Holst Singer directed by Hugh Bruns. Plus, Ana Silvera brings her own uniquely heartfelt songs, exploring themes of love, war, death and mystery, accompanied by the other-worldly Baltic sounds of the Estonian Television Girls Choir i(directd by Aarne Saluveer) in arrangements by electronic artist Max De Wardener and Estonian composer Elo Masing. The evening ends with a collaboration between the performers in songs by both Heap – including 'Hide & Seek' – and Ana Silvera, alongside music from Estonia.



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