The Hermes Experiment

The Hermes Experiment

Winners of the Tunnell Trust Awards 2017, Park Lane Group Young Artists 2015/16 and winners of Nonclassical’s Battle of the Bands 2014, The Hermes Experiment is a contemporary quartet made up of harp, clarinet, voice and double bass.

Capitalising on their deliberately idiosyncratic combination of instruments, the ensemble regularly commissions new works, as well as creating their own innovative arrangements and venturing into live free improvisation.

The ensemble has commissioned over 50 composers at various stages of their careers.

Book Tickets

£15.00

Christ Church, Finkin Street

Including £2 booking fee per ticket

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