Performances at extraordinary sites across Torbay’s unique landscape, a UNESCO Global Geopark, with exceptional musicians from Hong Kong and Torbay. Sound in Landscape is part of a new artistic exchange between musicians in Hong Kong and the English Riviera, exploring artistic responses from two distinct Global Geopark sites. Led by composer and music activist Kung Chi Shing from Hong Kong, these captivating performances provide a space to appreciate sounds from the other side of the world, connected through an appreciation of our living , breathing landscape.
On Saturday 8th June, Kung Chi Shing, Hak Gwai, Bou Kwan Ying and Mukzi perform with local Torbay musicians, Steve Sowden, Hugh Nankivell from Trio of Men at Valley of Rocks, Watcombe.
On Sunday 9th June, Kung Chi Shing, Hak Gwai, Bou Kwan Ying and Mukzi perform on the cliffs at Elbury/Broadsands South West Coast Path overlooking the bay.
Presented with Eye-View as part of its first (Extra)Ordinary festival programme co-presented with Torbay Culture and International Agatha Christie Festival.
Supported by the Arts Development Fund of the Home Affairs Bureau, the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
Suitable for all ages.