Là-Haut (Up There)

25-28 Aug

Là-Haut is an audiovisual show that invites the audience to immerse themselves in a one-of-a-kind world, viewing emotions of longing, home, and dream-like realities through the eyes of bird-like aeroplanes. The production is a sensory feast, combining saxophone, synths, and visuals to create a mesmerizing display of the human psyche. Sonia Killmann will include a demonstrative workshop that seeps into the performance, exploring deep listening, and the sonic world of the work, allowing the audience to feel involved in the creation process… Don’t miss this opportunity to embark on a journey.

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Sonia Killmann is an international composer and multi-media artist from Belgium. As a saxophone player, electronic musician, and audiovisual artist, they have performed across the UK and Europe, and have recently been nominated for best electronic artist 2022 at the Scottish Alternative Music Awards. Sonia’s works are largely inspired by composers such as Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and Alvin Lucier, and explore the relationship between sound and environment through audiovisual soundscapes. Sonia has been collaborating with dancers, theatre makers and visual artists from France, Germany and Belgium after graduating from a masters in composition at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland where Sonia studied with Dr Linda Buckley. Sonia is currently also working closely with  Cryptic Glasgow as a Cryptic Artist. Sonia’s work ranges from creating ambient electronic music to classical music using acoustic instruments or electroacoustic compositions.


*Concession rate is available for members of the French Institute in Scotland, students at a university or other place of higher education, people under 18, people over 60, registered job seekers and disabled people (free for the accompanying person). Proof of entitlement will be required.
*Family rate applies for 4 people, including a maximum of 2 adults.