Tuesday, 22 September 2015

KammerKlang - living experimentally in Dalston

Cafe Oto
Cafe Oto
KammerKlang the live contemporary classical, experimental, improvised and electronic music series at Cafe Oto, returns for a 6th season. The award winning Cafe Oto in Dalston (18-22 Ashwin St, London E8 3DL), presents an amazing series of evening music events of live avant-garde music from free jazz to psych rock. KammerKlang represents a strand where contemporary classical meets other genres. You might not have heard of the performers but you can sure as hell bet that you will be in for one ear-opening evening.

The series kicks off on 29 September 2015 with the Norwegian ensemble Asamisimasa performs Øyvind Torvund and Laurence Crane, and musician and sound artist Caroline Haines launches her new EP, OST with a multidisciplinary performance featuring the artist Mary Stark, and the new artist is violinist Mira Benjamin.

Further ahead The Anglo-Belgian octet Plus-Minus Ensemble presents the London premiere of Matthew Shlomowitz’s Lecture About Bad Music, and the Australian ensemble Speak Percussion performs new works by Simon Løffler, Eugene Ughetti and Damien Ricketson, with synaesthetic display of light and sound. (3 November). The cellist Oliver Coates and the video artist Lawrence Lek present Unreal Estate – Live and Music for Losers for solo cello by Andrew Hamilton, plus artist Jessie Marino (1 December)

The programme continues monthly into 2016 with performances by Distractfold, Oscilanz, Souninitiative, :such:, Perks Ensemble, Chicks on Speed, Exaudi, and Ictus, with music by Michael Finnissy, Christian Wolf, Christopher Fox and many more.

Full details from the KammerKlang website.

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