Langham Research Centre is a group devoted to authentic performances of classic electronic music, and the creation of new music from their instrumentarium of vintage analogue devices.




The Quietus reviews Langham Research Centre’s Muffled Cyphers, which premiered recently at Only Connect Festival in Oslo:

◫ 29 May 2014 read more ►

Wondering Sound review of Langham Research Centre’s new realisations of John Cage

◫ 2 Apr 2014 read more ►

Langham Research Centre performed John Cage’s Cartridge Music on Thursday 9th January at the Shacklewell Arms, London, and helped judge Nonclassical’s Battle of the Bands.

◫ 8 Jan 2014 read more ►

Extracts from debut performance of Freedom or Death - composed and performed by Langham Research Centre. Catherine Carter - soprano

◫ 5 Jan 2014 read more ►

Langham Research Centre and Peter Blegvad performing Eschatology at Cafe Oto, October 2nd 2013. Film courtesy of Sergio Amadori

◫ 5 Jan 2014 read more ►

Asked to compose a new piece about the struggle for women’s suffrage, Langham Research Centre were inspired to write Freedom Or Death after the 1913 Emmeline Pankhurst speech of the same name, heavily featuring her words in the libretto.

The piece was written for tape machines, analogue synthesisers and the mezzo-soprano Catherine Carter. 

This is the final movement, heard here in its first live performance at Simulacra Studios in London. Photo by Olivia Milani.

◫ 6 Sep 2013 read more ►

Thursday 25th April saw the Barbican Art Gallery host Langham Research and Ian Pace, for an evening of music by John Cage.

◫ 18 Apr 2013 read more ►