Friday, 27 February 2015

Cello Cello

Club Inegales (in North Gower Street, NW1 3NB) is a club run by the composer Peter Wiegold which describes itself as not a jazz club, not a new music venue, not a comedy club, not a world music venue, but a place of surprises and spontaneous performances. Besides the resident band, Notes Inegales, they have regular guests and the club is having a season devoted to all things cello. 

They kick off on 5 March 2015 with three cellists, Olly Coates, Anton Lukoszevieze and Adrian Bradbury each doing a set as well as talking about the new film, CELLO CELLO in which the three talk to John Woolrich and Peter Wiegold about all things cello. Olly Coates will be joined by Shiva Feshareki for a new work exploring processed cello sound, 2-bow technique and sound collage, and he will play an arrangement from Mica Levi's score for Under the Skin on which he collaborated, plus a new work by Caroline Haines which builds on chains of melodic parallel 5ths and samples of tape music. Anton Lukoszevieze will be playing Kenneth Gaburo's Slow-Up, Helmut Oehring's Foxfire Eins (natriumpenthothal), his own Arp Musik and Sylvano Bussotti's Sensitivo. Besides all the ground-breakng new music Adrian Bradbury will play Britten's 3rd Suite. There is Indonesian food by Ayam Happy and bar from 7pm.

Further ahead in the season there is Ensemble  Midvest (7 March), Matthew Barley (19 March), Max and Sandy Baillie (2 April) and Tre Voci (16 April)

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