Art of Moog

Art of Moog





Tuesday 20 July, 2021

Leconfield Hall, GU28 0AH

7.45pm – 9.40pm

£19.80 (18 and under £5)

Online booking now closed. Tickets available on the door from 7.15pm.

Fifty years on from Wendy Carlos’ iconic album Switched on Bach, Art of Moog plays the music of J S Bach on cutting edge analogue and digital synthesizers, along with some unashamed electronica overtones. Formed by harpsichord and synth player Robin Bigwood with fellow musicians Steven Devine, Annabel Knight and Martin Perkins, Art of Moog made its debut in the 2018 Bach Weekend at Kings Place in London. In their day jobs they play with some of the UK and Europe’s leading orchestras and ensembles, have made award-winning solo recordings, and, amongst much else, recorded soundtracks for Harry Potter and Wes Anderson movies. In Art of Moog they swap old instruments for an array of Moogs, Nords, Rolands, vocoders, guitar pedals and an Akai wind-synth, to create scintillating soundscapes and atmospheres undreamt of 300 years ago. They’ve played in a whole range of city and summer festivals, to audiences of classical specialists and electronica aficionados alike, to great critical acclaim.

Prelude in C major from The Well-tempered Clavier book 1
Sinfonia from Cantata 29

Adagio & Aria ’Sanfte soll’ from The Easter Oratorio

Prelude in E minor from The Well-tempered Clavier book 1
Andante from organ trio sonata BWV 528
Aria ‘Wohl mir, daß ich Jesum habe’ from Cantata 147


Prelude from Cello Suite no 1
Aria from The Goldberg Variations
14 canons on the Goldberg ground

Chorale prelude ‘Ich ruf zu dir’ BWV 639
Sonatina from Cantata 106
Allegro from Concerto for two violins BWV 1043

Brandenburg Concerto no 2 in F major: [Allegro] - Andante - Allegro assai

Performers: Robin Bigwood, Steven Devine, Annabel Knight, Martin Perkins

Art of Moog (photo: Robert Piwko)