At the Royal Festival Hall in London, you would expect to see musicians and their instruments. Something you wouldn’t expect to see are wasps. The winged creatures were a part of a musical composition at the Royal Festival Hall. Wasps were pre-recorded at a museum and live insects were used in the show. The audience got to see crickets, cicadas, and fish up close and personal via a big screen. Not surprisingly, some people preferred to listen to the music with their eyes closed.




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Meet Mira Calix, who puts wasps on stage and her audience in a maze

In 2003, Mira Calix premiered her groundbreaking musical composition Nunu in London. On stage at the Royal Festival Hall were an orchestra (no surprises there), Calix (playing electronics), and then the insects – both live and recorded. The piece …

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