Friday, 21 October 2016

Unequal Times: Club Inégales 5th anniversary season

Peter Wiegold and Notes Inégales by Frederique Bellec
Peter Wiegold and Notes Inégales by Frederique Bellec
The second concert of Peter Wiegold's Club Inégales autumn season, Unequal Times, takes place on Thursday 27 October when Chorale Inégales (made up of singers from Trinity Laban) will perform choral improvisations alongside the re-working of Purcell's King Arthur which premiered at the Spitalfields Festival this Summer (see Ruth's review on this blog). The Euston-based club is celebrating its fifth anniversary, presenting a wide range of events and inviting people from variety of genres to collaborate and to listen with open ears.

Further ahead the trumpeter Byron Wallen is joined on taegum (a form of transverse bamboo flute) by Hyelim Kim (12 November), and the Academy Inegales Weekender (13 November) will be showcasing emerging composers and performers. Cellists Shirley Smart and Kate Shortt will be joined by accordion player Tommie Black-Roff on 8 December for an evening which promises to encompass classical, jazz and Arabic influences. All these events take place in the club premises at 180 North Gower Street, NW1 2NB. Doors open at 7pm, with music from 8pm and there are always sets from the guests and sets from the resident band, Notes Inégales, as well as great food.

For the final even of the season on Wednesday 14 December, the club moves to the Antonin Artaud Building, Brunel University, Kingston Lane, Uxbridge, UB8 3PH, when the poet Benjamin Zephaniah will be performing alongside improvisations from the resident band, Notes Inégales.

Full information from the Club Inégales website.

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