As the country's music venues remain closed with many challenges ahead before re-opening, a project that celebrates both new music and architecture presents a day of live performances.
Musicity is an ongoing project that invites artists to create new work inspired by or about a specific place.
Until recently, the only way that people have been able to hear that music has been by visiting each location and listening to the tracks on their smartphone once they arrived at their destination.
Now, as a response to the times, Musicity will present Musicity at Home, a day of live performances merging music and architecture.
From 1pm on Sunday 21 June, a six-hour live stream will feature new music, inspired by the likes of Southwark Cathedral, The Shard, London Bridge Station, The Albany, the Pioneer Health Centre in Peckham, Nunhead Cemetery and Bermondsey Street Tunnel.
Musicity at Home will also feature Q&A sessions and discussions with the artists, as well as live DJs and special guests.
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