The Man Hanged

In this brand new re-imagening of Eight Songs for a Mad King, the ensemble brought new dimensions to the piece by using Body Suspension. Members of the cast were hanging in hooks, pierced through their skin. During suspension, the biophysical instrument Xth Sense picked up sounds from the bodies using sensors, transforming them into electroacoustic music. At Halland Opera & Vocal Festival, baryton superstar Joa Helgesson and the cast created an extreme physical presence to evoke the ”sounds made by human beings under extreme duress, physical and mental” as composer Peter Maxwell Davies envisioned for the original work of 1969.

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