Post Profile






The World’s Oldest Train Station Hosts A Performance Of Steve Reich’s Different Trains

“Reich’s Grammy-winning 1988 work was performed at Edge Hill station, with passenger trains rolling in and out of Liverpool on both sides of the stage. About 1,200 people watched on the station’s Victorian carriage ramp.”
read more

share

Related Posts


Steve Reich turning 75, making appearances, having his work performed, subject of a documentary

Music / Rock & Pop : Brooklyn Vegan

Steve Reich will celebrate his 75th birthday with a weekend of events in his honor. The festivities start on April 30th at Carnegie Hall, as Steve Reich will host NYC premieres of three new works, WTC 9/11, Mallet Quartet,...

"Different Trains" Rattle through Historic Jerusalem Site

Arts : Artdaily

By: Ori Lewis JERUSALEM (REUTERS).- A disused Ottoman-era jail in Jerusalem has been taken over this month for performances of American composer Steve Reich's "Different Trains" multimedia work that recounts the ferrying of Jews to ...

DeLorean: Steve Reich - Different Trains (1988)

Music / Rock & Pop : Tiny Mix Tapes

1988: Steve Reich - Different Trains by Miles Bowe on 10-02-2012 Dan Deacon’s recent album America ended with the lengthy title suite, reportedly inspired by his experiences travelling cross country on trains. Back in the late 80s S...

Into a stranger cavern

Writing / Poetry : Harriet: The Blog

Was Mendelssohn the first composer to be inspired by train travel? I’ve been working on a commission for the Liverpool Biennial involving Edge Hill, the oldest passenger station in the world. The journey from Liverpool’s main statio...

Kings Place Festival: Different Trains

Music / Classical : Planet Hugill

Steve Reich Steve Reich Different Trains; The Duke Quartet; Kings Place Festival Reviewed by Robert Hugill on Sep 14 2014 Star rating: 5.0 Mesmerising performance of Reich's 1988 work for quartet and tape For our final visit to the ...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC