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Partizan's Chris Cairns Sets Fire to a Four-Piece Orchestra in New Spots for BBC Radio 3

Partizan London, 2 months ago

The ad forms part of a new campaign to promote the 'pioneering sound' of the radio station

Partizan's Chris Cairns Sets Fire to a Four-Piece Orchestra in New Spots for BBC Radio 3

In a new series of adverts to promote BBC Radio 3, Chris Cairns' striking ideas illustrate the increasingly diverse sonic nature of the station.

The striking and memorable spots range from a sound collaboration with String and Tins who wrote music and sound to accompany Alice Oswald’s ‘Rain’ poem, to destroying the instruments of four Matthew Herberts with power tools. Then, finally, a one-shot idea with Soweto Kinch and his crew improvising a jazz piece in a ‘La Haine’ style housing estate party. 

You can watch each of the three spots below:




Advertiser

Producer: Louise Jones

Advertiser: BBC Radio 3

Offline

Editor: David Stevens - Assembly Rooms

Post Production / VFX

Colourist: Jack McGinity - Time Based Arts

Producer: Diego Vazquez Lozano

Post Production House: Detachment East

Production Company

DOP: Ben Fordesman

Director: Chris Cairns

Creative Director: Susan Ayton

Production Company: Partizan

Producer: Richard Moore

Executive Producer: Jenny Beckett

Category: Publications and media , Tv and radio

Genre: Dialogue , Music performance