Network Music Festival

Sound without Borders // 15-18th July 2020

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Ort. Cafe host talks and installations

We’re very pleased that a new venture in Birmingham – Ort. artists and community cafe – will be hosting Network Music Festival’s talks as well as the Social Sofa installation by Peter Maxwell-Dixon.

The cafe – based in The Old Print Works, Balsall Heath – opened in November and has had an exciting line up of music events, language classes, skill shares, philosophy talks and more since opening. Their opening night at the beginning of November included performances from Network Music Festival performers BiLE and Juneau Brothers

Ort. released a video today showing what they’ve been up to for the past couple of months, check it out:

The Network Music Festival Talks – Sunday 29th January // 11am-1pm – chaired by University of Birmingham lecturer Dr. Scott Wilson, will include presentations by network music performers and tech experts.

Social Sofa, which will be in the cafe in the run up to and during the festival uses tweets containing the hastag #NMF2012 to make sound… tweet about us and you’ll end up in a sound installation! đŸ˜‰


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