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    25 NOVEMBER 2020
Kiezsalon
Musikbrauerei, Berlin
more info>> postponed!


5 DECEMBER 2020
MADEIRADiG
Madeira Island
more info>> postponed!


14-15 MAY 2021
Stihia Festival
Aral Sea 
Muynak, Uzbekistan 
more info>>


2-4 JULY 2021
Timber Festival
Eyrie Stage
Feanedock, Moira 
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past
19 JULY 2020
Wonderfeel Festival
‘s-Graveland, Hilversum
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5 JULY 2020
Timber Festival
Feanedock, Moira
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5 APRIL 2020
Rewire Festival

Teresia van Avilakerk, The Hague
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15 FEBRUARY 2020
Moor Mother w/Galya Bisengalieva
+ Ono + Elaine Mitchener
Cafe OTO, London
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10 JANUARY 2020
Galya Bisengalieva x Kat Tinker
Cafe OTO, London
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23 OCTOBER 2019
Galya Bisengalieva x Klein x
Moor Mother + LCO
Barbican, London
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19 AUGUST 2019
Layered Time
Galya Bisengalieva x Kara-Lis Coverdale
x Metahaven
Strelka Institute, Moscow
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22 JUNE 2019
Luminate: In the Round
Galya Bisengalieva x Kat Tinker
Kings Place, London
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LUMINATE: IN THE ROUND 



An evening of music, curated and performed by Galya Bisengalieva and Kat Tinker at Kings Place, showcasing works by pioneers Pauline Oliveros and Maggi Payne alongside some of the most exciting composers working today including a specially commisioned piece ‘Vanity’ for violin, piano and electronics by Ipek Gorgun.



BBC RADIO 3: LIVE BROADCAST



ALEXANDER MCQUEEN: SUSPENDED IN AIR

SPITFIRE AUDIO: ONES TO WATCH


STEVE REICH: DIFFERENT TRAINS

SOUTH AMERICA TOUR



SCHNITTKE CONCERTO GROSSO



THERE WILL BE BLOOD: LIVE
"Sparse and at times just plain peculiar – but in a brilliantly original way. It’s magnificent."
★★★★★ The Independent

In January 2017, Galya embarked on a UK tour of Paul Thomas Anderson’s Oscar-winning film There Will Be Blood with the London Contemporary Orchestra.

Paul Thomas Anderson’s 2007 epic historical drama is regarded as one of the greatest films of the 2000s. It was voted at no. 1 in Total Film’s top ten films of the decade, no. 3 in the BBC’s 100 greatest films of the 21st Century, won 2 Oscars (nominated for 8), and won the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival that year.

Jonny Greenwood (ondes Martenot)
Galya Bisengalieva (solo violin)
Oliver Coates (solo cello)

The Times review>>
Financial Times review>>



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