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LCC students show work from collaboration with London Sinfonietta Orchestra

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Written by
Helen Carney
Published date
04 August 2014

Last month saw the final exhibition of work by four London College of Communication BA (Hons) Photojournalism & Documentary Photography students, who have been documenting the life of the London Sinfonietta Orchestra, in rehearsal, in performance and backstage.

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Hildegard Titus, 2014.

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Hildegard Titus, 2014.

The London Sinfonietta is one of the world’s leading contemporary music ensembles with a reputation built on amazing performances and ambitious programming. It is committed to placing new music at the heart of contemporary culture and continually pushing boundaries, regularly undertaking projects with choreographers, video artists, film-makers, electronica artists, jazz and folk musicians. The ensemble is Resident Orchestra at Southbank Centre with its headquarters at Kings Place.

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Hildegard Titus, 2014.

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Hildegard Titus, 2014.

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Hildegard Titus, 2014.

Abdi Ibrahim, Claudia Vye, Hildegard Titus and Maja Smiejkowska were offered the chance when Briony Campbell – herself an LCC MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography alumni – came to their class to speak to students about some of her work and look at portfolios – after which she chose four lucky photographers to work on the project with her.

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Hildegard Titus, 2014.

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