Floodtide Navigate

27 June 2015
Programmed by the National Maritime Museum

Programme: Greenwich Fair


Floodtide Navigate

Event information:

Type: Music

Time:
15:00

Duration: Runs approx. 40 mins

Description:

Be submerged in the music of the tidal Thames. A sensory mounted in the river reads data from the tide which is transformed into notation for musicians to play. A live sonification of the rhythms of the river. Part of Floodtide Navigate, a voyage around Europe, the UK and Ireland making music from the tide along the way.

Presented by Royal Museums Greenwich

Getting here


By Train: Cutty Sark Gardens (DLR); Greenwich (Overground, 10 mins walk)

By Bus: 126, 177, 180, 188, 199, 386

By Car: Public car parking off Park Row, Burney Street & Cutty Sark Gardens

Access infomation:

For the latest information, BSL interpretation, and Lost Children, visit our main Info Point.

BSL interpreters are available to answer any questions at this Info Point.
Accessible toilets on site and at Discover Greenwich.
Viewing areas available for select performances throughout the site.

Our volunteers wear yellow T-Shirts. They can help you with directions and any other enquiries.

Tickets/Booking:

Tickets/Booking: FREE, no booking required.

Location & Map:

National Maritime Museum, Sammy Ofer Wing Terrace, Greenwich SE10