Y-Squared transform London’s Asylum Chapel

  • March 9, 2016

  • Tabitha

  • News

Y-Squared, with the help of the CMF production team, transform the stunning Asylum Chapel into an atmospheric burlesque club for the filming of Nikolai Kapustin’s ‘Burlesque’. The Chapel was given a makeover complete with red-tinted lighting and a custom red neon sign for Yasmin and Yelian of Y-Squared’s performance. They were true professionals as they braved the cold to perform an exhilarating rendition of Kapustin’s dynamic ‘Burlesque’.

Yasmin and Yelian of Y-Squared during filming

The chapel was later filled with beautiful cream candles creating a softer, more elegant feel for their second recording of the day, the second movement of Frédéric Chopin’s Cello Sonata.

The day was filled with music, biscuits, a lot of tea and coffee, and not enough heaters for us all. Be sure to keep checking our Facebook, Twitter and website for more information and the eventual unveiling of Y-Squared’s videos which are set to be truly brilliant.

 

 

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