On Tuesday we carried the story about the 19th November Cambridge Music Festival staging Mauricio Kagels musical-theatrical procession of 111 bicycles. Weve now learnt the Festival organisers are selling sponsorship for each of the works being played during the Festival. Got a spare £1500?

The 111 Bicycles musical procession seeks sponsor

When Stephen Montague conducts 111 cyclists in Mauricio Kagel’s Eine Brise around (and around) the Cambridge city centre on November 17th it could be your company that helped make it possible!

The sponsorship deal is said to be for £1500 but you could negotiate that down a touch. Why do it? Its in association with Cambridge City Council’s Greener City Initiative and its likely to involve local politicians and the local media. Heck, it may even get some national publicity if you set your mind to it.

Mauricio Kagel (b. 1931) is among the most distinctive composers of contemporary music. He specialises in music theatre, a genre he has almost made his own.

Imagination, originality and humour are the hallmarks of this multimedia artist. With inexhaustible powers of invention, Kagel makes use of a very wide array of expressive devices which, although often caustic and provocative, are always placed in the service of musical discourse, says the website of Edition Peters, the sheet music publishers.

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