dimanche 20 mai 2012

L O N D O N

 

SUNDAY, MAY 20th, 2012
Mopomoso 

The Vortex Jazz Club
11 Gillett Square, London N16 8JH




Mopomoso’s 21st anniversary year continues with an international line-up presenting some of the best in free improvisation.

Bonus

Live acts by :

Anton Mobin
http://antonmobin.blogspot.fr/


Giorgio Albanese (accordion) / Ricardo Tejero (sax) / duo
ricardo gorgio
Italian Albinese was noted as the most talented musician at the Umbria Jazz festival in 2009 and awarded a full scholarship to Berklee college of music. There followed collaborations with a.o John Tchicai, Steve Potts, Kent Carter, Gianni Lenoci and William Parker (with whom he has recently recorded a duo CD). Spaniard Tejero is well known to listeners in his adopted city of London where his intelligent approach makes him a highly valued contributor to the scene. His international connections have seen him playing in the USA, South America and Europe and he has recently returned from a Japanese tour. A real pleasure.

Sylvia Hallett (violin plus) /Anna Homler (voice) duo
sylvia anna
Excellent Anglo-American duo whose CD ‘The many Shades of Bread and Shed’ is released to coincide with this appearance. Hallett’s atmospheric violin, electronics and ‘all things bowed’ never cease to enthrall and makes her an ideal partner for Californian vocalist Homler’s ‘landscapes of the imagination’.
“HOMLER is…making words musical and music like words.” — New York Times
“HOMLER seems to sing in the forgotten dialect from some past life or some past world… disconcertedly bewitching” — Cadence

Kay Grant (voice) / Matthew Ostrowski (electronics) / John Russell (guitar) / Dave Solomon (drums)
mo and trio
New York based Ostrowski is a pioneer of electronic arts with an ‘interest in density of microevents, rapid change, and using technology to stretch the bounds of perception and experience’. As well as live performance recent installation projects have included the site specific Spectral City, shown in Germany and Japan, and Scarlet(t), a work based on the film “Girl with a Pearl Earring.” Joined by the fiery London based trio of Grant / Russell / Solomon, three musicians whose playing should need no introduction, we can expect a set of rapidly shifting and surprising exchanges underpinned by a shared sense of musical purpose. Not to be missed!


TUESDAY, MAY 22th, 2012
Resonance FM

It's from 8-9 pm Tuesday 22 May 
at the Resonance FM studios in Borough. 
The show will be hosted by Art Terry and Will Connor.

I'll play a short collision on air, plus duo and trio experiment with Adio Lawal-West, Matt Chilton and Anthony Donovan.

May 22th, between 8 pm and 9 pm. In London 104,4 FM.
You can listen to Resonance FM online !

>>>>> L I S T E N <<<<<


or paste this link in your browser :
http://icecast.commedia.org.uk:8000/resonance_hi.mp3.m3u

THURSDAY, MAY 24th, 2012
96 Snowfields, SE1 3SS London, United Kingdom


Tickets:
£4 online : here !
£5 suggested donation on the door

We are proud to present a special charity event in association with Zos Kia Sounds Recordings. All profits will go to Oxfam.

CHAOS THEORY & ZOS KIA SOUNDS RECORDINGS present 




An improvisation group, which mixes electro-acoustic, dark ambient, free jazz and industrial, utilising conventional instruments played unconventionally, open-source software, found objects, homemade instruments and electronics. The core members Will Connor, Matt Chilton and Anthony Donovan always have a revolving fourth member, who tonight will include Jo Quail and Anton Mobin.

We will also be seeing solo sets, collaborations and improvisations from:

JO QUAIL
Incredible cellist whose use of loops and effects creates spine tingling atmospheric sounds and heart rending melodies. Star of the extremely successful event From The Sea To The Desert last October.

ANTON MOBIN
Paris-based artist who has developed his use of the radiophone over decades. Through his manipulation and intuitive shaping of sounds, Anton creates haunting sonic pulses that have earned him a large name across France, Belgium, Germany, Portugal and the USA.

WINDOW TAPPERS
Window Tappers is Tony Wakeford from Sol Invictus (chamber music, folk, punk and industrial noise) with his wife Renee on violin and Susan Matthews on bass.



 

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Under A Big Red Sun
Zos Kia Sounds compilation
2011

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