Kris Halpin's live show The Gloves Are On has been nominated for a National Lottery Award for Best Arts Project 2017! Here's Kris talking about the nomination. You can vote for Kris to win £5000 and a BBC1 TV appearance below! VOTE NOW!
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Watch the short film, The Gloves Are On, which tells the story of Kris' groundbreaking live show and tour. Directed by Lee Cogswell.
Kris Halpin works with Imogen Heap's groundbreaking mi.mu gloves, demonstrating their potential as an accessible musical instrument. Kris is the first artist ever to use this incredible instrument in this context, and has appeared on BBC 1, BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music, Channel 4 with them, as well as features in both national and regional press.
I'm a singer, a songwriter, a producer and technologist. As well as my own music, I work hard to innovate at the intersection between music and disability. I work with Imogen Heap's groundbreaking mi.mu gloves, furthering their use as accessible music technology. I am a busy workshop leader and keynote speaker on music and disability. I work with music and disability charities Drake Music, Attitude Is Everything and HemiHelp to further enable disabled musicians, and amplify the conversation around music & disability.
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