BRUM ELECTRIC LIVE
SEAMS och Fizzle/TDE presenterar
BRUM ELECTRIC LIVE
Live-electronik från Birmingham med omnejd
Admission: 80 SEK
Fylkingen/SEAMS Member: 50 SEK
Doors open 19:45
Overture, in the foyer:
Paul Pignon: Playing for Time, 3rd mvmt (EAM with video, 9')
In the concert hall:
Meesha Fones solo
Chris Mapp solo
Andrew Woodhead/Georgia Denham duo
Andrew Woodhead is an award winning composer and musician working across a wide variety of contexts, taking in jazz, free improvisation, electronica, folk and new music.
Projects he is involved with include electro-acoustic duo ELDA with Aaron Diaz, Sarah Farmer’s SPACETIMEBAND and Birmingham Improvisers Orchestra.
As well as performing solo on both acoustic piano and live electronics, Andrew has also collaborated in improvised settings with Olie Brice, Hannah Marshall, Paul Dunmall, Kim Macari, Mark Sanders, Annie Mahtani, Chris Mapp, Ole Mofjell, Natalie Sandtorv, Percy Pursglove, Jacob Garchik and many more.
A highly active member of Birmingham’s vibrant creative music scene, Andrew also curates Improvised Music concert series Fizzle and is co-director of Ideas of Noise festival.
British composer//singer Georgia Denham studies composition with Andrew Hamilton at The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, where she was awarded The Conservatoire Scholarship Award for Composition. Crossing genres in her practice, intense and diverse expression characterise her music.
Georgia is committed to the development of vocal music in both writing and performance, studying voice with Susannah Self and Wendy Nieper. Previously, she has written for Juice Vocal Ensemble, the New European Ensemble, Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and Orkest de Ereprijs.
Chris is a bass player, improviser and composer living and working in Birmingham. His work falls somewhere between composition and improvisation, using sound, music and electronics to satisfy his own sonic curiosity. As a bandleader he has worked with Arve Henriksen, Maja Ratkje, Mark Sanders, Leafcutter John and Dan Nicholls as well as being a key member of the healthy Birmingham improvised music scene.
Decribing her sound as "non descriptive aggressive noise", Meesha Fones is a Birmingham-based musician/sound artist working in a variety of contexts, from providing basslines for legendary local bands Youth Man and Dorcha to glitchy laptop-fuelled electronic explorations to curating a brand new Queer Noise event in the city. She presents a solo electronics set as part of the Fizzle/BEAST live concert.
Ett medlemsinitiativ av Paul Pignon, kurerat av SEAMS och Fizzle/TDE/BEAST
Med stöd från
OBS OBS! 13/12 presenterar SEAMS och KMH mångkanalig EAM från BEAST i Birmingham