Fluid Conversation / Town Hall

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Birmingham Town Hall
Lower Bar
Victoria Square
B3 3DQ

Saturday 23 September
FREE - limited capacity so please reserve your place book here

Fluid Conversation will be chaired by Luis-Manuel Garcia, Lecturer in Ethnomusicology and Popular Music Studies at the University of Birmingham.

Composers, musicians and writers taking part in FLUID Festival will talk about their work and open up a conversation about what it means to be Queer and composing music today.

Rolf Hind, Rebekah Ubuntu, Michael Wolters, Henry McPherson and C N Lester will be joined by author of ‘David Bowie Made Me Gay’ Darryl W Bullock to discuss how sexual and gender identity of composers influences their music and is there such a thing as a Queer sensibility? What does Queer sound like?

Tea and cake will be served.


This project is supported by the Composer-Curator programme by Sound and Music