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WE BREAK STRINGS now available at Rough Trade East

Go get it (http://www.roughtrade.com/albums/92307)

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We Break Strings: Kickstarter Project

Over the past few months, the biting point contributor Thom Andrewes has been working with photographer Dimitri Djuric on the production of a photo-book called We Break Strings: The Alternative Classical Scene in London. The book is an attempt at documenting … Continue reading

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the biting point in 2014

Just a few updates on what’s been going on at the biting point HQ (instead of our usual listings, reviews and rants), alongside the two operas with Opera Erratica and the MAAP Collective::: I’ve been working on a couple of books, … Continue reading

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merry christmas from the biting point

as you may have noticed, we’ve been on a break from blogging these last few months, while we’ve been finishing up a big and exciting project for our sister blog the night mail. we promise to get back on task … Continue reading

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LONG LIVE SOUTH BANK.

I want to get down my opinions on the whole Southbank Centre redevelopment debacle, before the whole thing BLOWS UP. Basically, as far as I can tell, the Southbank’s logic is that: a) if there’s no redevelopment, there cannot be any … Continue reading

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the biting point update: UPCOMING EVENTS

There are some big and potentially game-changing events going down in London this Summer that have certainly got me shaking with anticipation::: Last month’s Nonclassical, at the Macbeth, was a celebration of the work of the late composer Steve Martland – … Continue reading

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the biting point in 2013: UPCOMING EVENTS

I ruminated at length in the last post about the Southbank Centre’s The Rest is Noise season, and just last night the season’s tie-in BBC4 documentary The Sound and the Fury aired its first episode (I haven’t seen it yet, but the always-reliable … Continue reading

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