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A specially-convened theremin quartet of myself, Charlie Draper, Alina Davies and Sam Enthoven will give the first-ever live performance of my piece Stillness (2017/2018) for two or more theremins/thereminists on the 26th of May at Steep. The location for the event is The Intimate Space at St Mary's Tower, a wonderful imtimate venue with amazing acoustics. Space is limited so this is likely to sell out.

"STEEP – a new night for adventures in electronica, improv and sound art, hosted inside The Intimate Space, a 16th century church tower in Hornsey and all that survives of the original medieval structure. Tonight’s artists: Greta Pistaceci and Howlround. Physical space in the venue is strictly limited, making for what we hope will be a uniquely intense experience. Best book ahead to be sure of getting in. Tickets are available here. Howlround will perform an exclusive new tape loop piece created especially for The Intimate Space, while Greta Pistaceci will perform her piece ‘Stillness’ for two or more theremins/thereminists, accompanied by Charlie Draper, Alina Davies and Sam Enthoven."

I was invited to contribute a score to Ingrid Plum's project Taut. Taut will take the shape of a performance, a live recording release, and a book. Details about the performance (on the 11th of March) below:

"Inspired by studying with Meredith Monk, Taut features scores by Graham Dunning, Helen Frosi, Kelly Jayne Jones, Tania Chen, Stephan Barrett, Iris Garrelfs, Jez Riley French, Nick Hudson, Kev Nickells, Bobby Barry, Lisa Busby, Lia Mazzari, Greta Pistaceci & Timothy Thornton performed by Ingrid Plum. Pushing contemporary music notation to new horizons the 14 scores commissioned by Plum encompass classical notation, photography, poetry, embroidery, painting and more. This is Plum's most challenging work yet as a singer and an improviser.

This performance will be a rare chance to see all the compositions performed in their entirety and it will be recorded live, becoming the album itself. Taut will be released in June with a book of the scores featuring interviews with the artists involved.

Ingrid Plum:

'Gorgeously atmospheric vocal techniques woven around field recordings & electronics' - The Guardian

Plum uses her voice with extended technique, improvisation, field recordings and electronics, to create layered soundscapes, spoken word and songs. Having performed and exhibited installation sound art and visual art since 2002, she creates work that sits between sound art, improvisation, multi-media installation, neo-classical and contemporary Nordic folk music."

Friday 26th Jan

Doors 20.00pm-Start 20.30pm.

‘Paradise Yard’

with compositions by Sue Lynch (tenor sax/flute), Sharon Gal

( voice+electronics), Hutch Demouilpied (trumpet), Greta Pistaceci (theremin),

Rosa Lynch-Northover (percussion), Tansy Spinks ( violin), Adam Bohman (amplified objects), and performers from Middlesex University.

More info HERE

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