Jenny Minton

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Jenny Minton is a singer, composer, performer and artist.

Jenny is currently developing Interlude, an interactive sound and light installation for a single audience member and twelve voices, to be premièred at Battersea Arts Centre and Toynbee Studios, Autumn 2014.

She is also core vocalist with Living Structures theatre company and Bulgarian folk group Perunika Trio and composer for Before, a game in development by Bill Lowe.

Recent collaborations include working with Cally Spooner in her musical And You Were Wonderful, On Stage which premièred at Performa ’13, New York and Tate Britain, London in 2014.

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Say, is there beauty yet to find? And certainty? And quiet kind?”

Interlude is a unique solo encounter where an audience member is given the opportunity to arrange a piece of 12 part vocal music with their movement through circles of light.  As they travel around the space audiences will trigger voices, sung by some of the UK’s most innovative singers, filling the space with music, layering harmonies and creating an intricate vocal composition. Interlude offers audiences their own moment to recapture control of their environment; release extraordinary vocal sounds with their own physical movements while empowering them to be part of the composition.

The installation will first be shown at Battersea Arts Centre as part of ‘Cook-Up’ on the 21st and 22nd November 2014, before the official première at Toynbee Studios on the 2nd and 3rd December 2014.

Featuring the voices of Jeremy Birchall, Helen Chadwick, Daniel Cunningham, Eugenia Georgieva, Hannah Howrie, Jonathan Peter Kenny, Sam Lee, Jenny Minton, Phil Minton, Melanie Pappenheim, Ellie Showering and Rebecca Thorn.

Jenny Minton gratefully acknowledges financial support from Arts Council England and PRS for Music Foundation’s Women Make Music programme.


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And You Were Wonderful, On Stage | singer and performer
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, the KW Institute, Berlin,
Performa ’13 Festival, National Academy, New York City.

Oo La Lume | composer, singer and arranger
A capella trio, performed around the UK.

Leviathan | singer and performer
Matadero, Madrid and Trinity Buoy Wharf, London with Living Structures.

Out of Water | singer and performer
Holkham Beach, created by Caroline Wright and Helen Paris and Jocelyn Pook.

Cart Macabre | singer and performer
The Old Vic Tunnels, London and Centro Niemeyer, Spain with Living Structures.

Darwin Originals: Emma | composer and pianist
Bobby Baker for Channel 4s ’3 Minute Wonder’ series.

Sewing Your Shadow | composer and singer
Lucy Cash at the Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green, for the Create Festival.

The Sinking of the Laconia | voice-over singer
BBC Television.



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