About Mira
Mira Calix is an award winning composer, producer and performer based in the United Kingdom. She is signed to Warp Records, on which she has released five albums. Although her earlier music is almost exclusively electronic and organic in nature, in recent years she has incorporated classical orchestration into her work for dance, film, theatre, opera and installations. Mira Calix is currently working on an album with singer/songwriter Malcolm Middleton and working Nothing Is Set In Stone, a musical sculpture for Hidden London , commissioned by The Mayor Of London, for the London 2012 festival
http://www.miracalix.com
Current city: London
Mira Calix is an award winning composer, producer and performer based in the United Kingdom. She is signed to Warp Records, on which she has released five albums. Although her earlier music is almost exclusively electronic and organic in nature, in recent years she has incorporated classical orchestration into her work for dance, film, theatre, opera and installations. Mira Calix is currently working on an album with singer/songwriter Malcolm Middleton and working Nothing Is Set In Stone, a musical sculpture for Hidden London , commissioned by The Mayor Of London, for the London 2012 festival
 
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There are three branches of this South Indian Vegetarian Restaurants across London, two in the West End. They all look pretty unremarkable from the outside, the décor is pretty basic, but don't be fooled - the food is wonderful! It's incredibly cheap and the friendly staff cater for vegans and people with food intolerances really well.
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The Barbican is worth visiting for it's brutalist architecture alone. The concert programming is really diverse; it's home to the BBC Syphony Orchestra, but you'll also find bands like the Dirty Projectors and the National amongst the classical and contemporary composer line up. Plenty of art, dance and theatre too, however, the Conservatory is the real gem that's not to be missed.
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The AA is Britain's oldest school of architecture, but anyone can take advangte of the great work going on there. You can catch really interesting public lectures and free exhibitions throughout the year. There are also occasional installations and event launches, a bijoux cafe and brilliant bookshop. A great place to hang out with the builders of the future.
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I'm a big fan of Richard Serra. As this is the train station I use to pass in and out of London. I think it's safe to say i've spent more time gazing and contemplating this art work than any other on earth! The steel monolith sits in a rather petite amphitheatre with surrounding step/seats. During the week, it's packed with picnicking stray commuters. I just love sitting there.
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