The experimental music group perform live on the occasion of Sense Sound/Sound Sense, an exhibition of archive Fluxus scores from the Bonotto Collection. Playing pieces from the collection itself, expect work by George Brecht, Henning Christiansen, Philip Corner, Milan Knižak, Alison Knowles, George Maciunas, Jackson MacLow, Yoko Ono and Takako Saito, among others.
Apartment House (‘compelling beautiful”, The Guardian) has been captivating audiences with performances of avant-garde and experimental music for nearly 25 years. The group, created by cellist Anton Lukoszevieze in 1995, has performed all over the World. Recent performances include performances in Russia, New York City, Canada and a nine-concert series in Melbourne, Australia.
The ensemble has been a firm fixture on the British concert scene, with regular performances at Café Oto, South Bank Centre and a residency at the Wigmore Hall.
Over the years Apartment House has gradually increased its recording output, focusing on key releases by experimental composers such as George Mačiunas and Laurence Crane, which received widespread acclaim. The group has a long term relationship with the UK label Another Timbre, releasing albums of music by Joseph Kudirka, James Saunders, Chiyoko Slavnics, Linda Catlin Smith, Olivier Messiaen, Ryoko Akama, Julius Eastman and Martin Arnold.
In 2012 they received a Royal Philharmonic Award for outstanding contribution to chamber music.