Come to Alfred’s Meadow in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Sunday 12 September and listen to the 36-minute Dog Ballet sound work while watching dogs and their owners play on the special dog minigolf course.
There are details below about how to find Alfred’s Meadow, how to play minigolf, how to listen to the audio, access information, Covid-19 safety measures and more.
Listen to the audio work for the Listening Party and download it from Spotify here:
If you can, we recommend that you download the audio in advance when your phone is connected to WiFi, so you don’t have to rely on data in the park.
Here are the instructions for how to download the audio work onto Spotify so you can listen to it offline, without using data or without the need for WIFI. On some devices the embedded player may only play a 30-second preview of the track – in this case, please listen to it via the Spotify App. You can download the free Spotify app from the App store or the Spotify website.
You can also listen to the work on Soundcloud:
Don’t forget to bring your headphones!
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Presented by LIFT and Artsadmin. Dog Ballet is supported by ACT (Art, Climate, Transition) through the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.