MELTWATER is an immersive a 60-minute music and performance event focussing on ‘water’ as an environmental disruptor. The performance will use natural sounds, songs, folklore and life experiences as the inspiration for a show that includes vocals, acoustic and electronic music, creating a unique experience that highlights both the destructive power and the awesome beauty of water. 

The performance includes a spectacular slow-motion film of an ice-sheet ‘calving’ – see if you can spot it moving.

There are two versions of the performance being presented as a part of the Royal Opera House’s ‘Family Sundays’ series in the Linbury Theatre Foyer.

Week 1 – 7 April:

  • Lucy Nolan – harp
  • Karin De Fleyt – flute
  • Raj Nagarajan – lyrics
  • Duncan Chapman – electronic sound
  • Simon Limbrick – marimba

Week 2 – 21 April:

  • Ben Castle – base saxaphone
  • Supriya Nagarajan – vocals
  • Duncan Chapman – electronic sound
  • Simon Limbrick – marimba
  • Neil Valentine

Dates: Sunday 7 April and Sunday 21 April
Time: 11:00am and 2:30pm
Venue: Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9DD
Tickets are available – Online – 21 April