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Enjoy a weekend of electro-acoustic concerts

16 Oct 2012

MANTIS Autumn Festival: 27-28 October at the Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama.

Saturday 27 October (6pm)
MANTIS Autumn Festival 2012
The John Thaw Studio Theatre

Admission Price: £7.50 / £5 / £3 / (Special 2 concert rate: £12 / £8 / £4.80) / (Special 3 concert rate: £18 / £12 / £7.20) /  (Special Festival 4 concert rate: £24 / £16 / £9.60)

MANTIS (Manchester Theatre in Sound) presents a weekend of electro-acoustic concerts featuring composers based at the NOVARS Research Centre, guest artists John Young and Barry Truax, the centenary of computing pioneer Alan Turing, and the MANTIS 48-loudspeaker sound diffusion system for an exciting and immersive listening experience.

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Saturday 27 October 2012 (8pm)
MANTIS Autumn Festival 2012
The John Thaw Studio Theatre

Admission Price: £7.50 / £5 / £3 / (Special 2 concert rate: £12 / £8 / £4.80) / (Special 3 concert rate: £18 / £12 / £7.20) /  (Special Festival 4 concert rate: £24 / £16 / £9.60)

MANTIS (Manchester Theatre in Sound) presents a weekend of electro-acoustic concerts featuring composers based at the NOVARS Research Centre, guest artists John Young and Barry Truax, the centenary of computing pioneer Alan Turing, and the MANTIS 48-loudspeaker sound diffusion system for an exciting and immersive listening experience.

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Sunday 28 October 2012 (6pm)
MANTIS Autumn Festival 2012
The Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall

Admission Price: £7.50 / £5 / £3 / (Special 2 concert rate: £12 / £8 / £4.80) / (Special 3 concert rate: £18 / £12 / £7.20) /  (Special Festival 4 concert rate: £24 / £16 / £9.60)

MANTIS (Manchester Theatre in Sound) presents a weekend of electro-acoustic concerts featuring composers based at the NOVARS Research Centre, guest artists John Young and Barry Truax, the centenary of computing pioneer Alan Turing, and the MANTIS 48-loudspeaker sound diffusion system for an exciting and immersive listening experience.

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Sunday 28 October (7.30pm)
MANTIS Autumn Festival 2012 presents ENIGMA: The Life and Death of Alan Turing (Manchester Science Festival)
The Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall

Admission Price: £7.50 / £5 / £3 / (Special 2 concert rate: £12 / £8 / £4.80) / (Special 3 concert rate: £18 / £12 / £7.20) /  (Special Festival 4 concert rate: £24 / £16 / £9.60)

MANTIS (Manchester Theatre in Sound) presents an electroacoustic concert marking the centenary of mathematician Alan Turning, including the première of Barry Truax's dramatic works Enigma and From the Unseen World as well as other Turing-inspired works by manchester-based composers.

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