- From Blogger: New Website
Welcome to Psappha's website. The 'watch and listen' page
includes free to view webcasts and sound samples, programme notes
and artist information. You can follow us and communicate with us
using Twitter and Facebook and we're also including more pictures
of the ensemble using Flikr. There are links to all three on the
The diary includes our future performances and you can learn more about the ensemble in the 'about us' section. The shop now includes links to iTunes and Amazon so you're able to track down our recordings more easily.
Please use the 'contact us' form to feedback about the site, we're always happy to receive positive feedback!
New Digital Life for Eight Songs for a Mad King by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies
Psappha Ensemble has been commissioned by The Space, the new digital, arts service developed by Arts Council England in partnership with the BBC, that aims to help transform the way people connect with, and experience, arts and culture.
Using state of the art gaming technologies Psappha has developed, in collaboration with composer Sir Peter Maxwell Davies and the University of Salford, a new way to experience and explore Davies's iconic work, Eight Songs for a Mad King.
More Performances Planned
Our debut at Islington Mill in Salford was a great success so we're planning three more performances (6th October, 1st December & 2nd February 2014) all on Sunday evenings at 9pm.
The Mill has a great relaxed atmpsophere and is a perfect fit for something different, thought provoking and enjoyable.
Our Mill performances will always include another arts form be it theatre, visual art, photography, spoken word or film! More news soon
Intrigued? Click HERE to watch a 5 minute taster!
Hong Kong Residency
Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts
We're thrilled to be in residence at the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts from 1st to 14th June 2013.
We will give three performances and will work intensively with 9 composers in the development of their works cultinating in a performance on 10th June.
We're planning to film everything so if you're not able to come along to the live concerts we will give you the chance to see what we got up to soon!
Go to our Diary Section now...
Webcast Films Update
There are now 40 films of live performances available to view for free here on our website.
In the past 12 months more than 10,000 unique browsers (people!) from 72 Countries have visited our website and viewed our films.
In the next 6 weeks we are upgrading our website to make the films accessible from mobile devices as well as laptops and desktop computers.
Go straight to Watch and Listen now: Watch and Listen