Ground-breaking musician PJ Harvey has joined forces with
Artangel, Somerset House and Bowers & Wilkins to create
‘Recording in Progress‘, an artistic project where visitors can experience Harvey, her band and regular collaborators as they record her new album.
Each week we will be offering you the chance to experience ‘Recording in Progress’.
‘Recording in Progress’ is a project conceived by PJ Harvey, in collaboration with Artangel and Somerset House. From 16th January, PJ Harvey will be recording her new album an architectural installation in the New Wing at Somerset House, with her band, engineers and regular producers Flood and John Parish.
Lucky ticket holders will be able to watch and listen to exactly what is happening at a particular moment in the studio.
“From Abbey Road studios to the London Symphony Orchestra, and now Somerset House, Bowers & Wilkins collaborates with cultural partners who push the boundaries of sound,” said Bowers & Wilkins
Brand Director Danny Haikin.
Bowers & Wilkins have secured one pair of tickets per week to this already sold out event.
For your chance to experience ‘Recording in Progress’, simply follow us on Twitter and send this tweet:
I would like to see #PJHarvey Recording in Progress with @bowerswilkins @somersethouse
We will pick a winner at random each week and contact you within 24 hours to arrange dates and times.
See you there!