BOHMAN BROTHERS NEW YEAR NEW SOUNDS
2 February 2009 - 7 February 2009
£5.00 (Concs £3.00)
BAC’s celebration of experimental music returns, featuring an international line-up of musicians, free improvisers and audio artists. New Year New Sounds is curated by Adam Bohman, a cult experimental musician who runs our Bohman Brothers nights.
Mon 2 Feb:
Barrel - Alison Blunt Violin, Hannah Marshall Cello, Ivor Kallin Viola
Eugene Martinec Solo Electronics
Steve Beresford Piano
Satoko Fukuda Violin
Roger Turner Drums
Martin Speake Alto Sax
Tue 3 Feb:
Trip-Tik - Adrian Northover Saxophones, Adam Bohman Prep Strings and objects, wine glasses, Catherine Pluygers Oboe and Cor Anglais
Hard Evidence - Thelonius Monk tunes and more - Pat Thomas Piano, Steve Noble Drums, John Edwards Double Bass, Adrian Northover Saxophones
Vocal Duo - Phil Minton & Dylan Nyoukis
Alex Kolkowski Violin, Oren Marshall Tuba, Ian Smith Trumpet, Hannah Marshall Cello
Wed 4 Feb:
Panos Ghikas Violin, Johannes Von Weiszacker Cello, John Butcher Solo Tenor and Soprano Saxophones, Jerry Wigens Guitar, Phil Somervell Piano, Paul May Drums, Richard Sanderson Solo Melodeon and Electronics
Thu 5 Feb:
Matt Davis Solo Trumpet, Mike Adcock Solo Piano and Accordian, Alan Tomlinson Solo Trombone, Alan Wilkinson Alto and Baritone Saxophones, James Dunn Tinitus Analyser, John Bissett Electric Guitar
Fri 6 Feb:
Conk - Tim Hodgkinson Clarinet, Hannah Marshall Cello, Roger Turner Drums
Noel Taylor Clarinet, Shabaka Hutchins Clarinet, Lol Coxhill Solo Soprano Saxophone, Tania Chenn Piano, Dave Ryan Clarinet, David Leahy Double Bass
Sat 7 Feb:
Chris Hobbs Percussion, Electronics and objects etc, Bruce Coates Saxophones, Walt Shaw Various objects, Mike Hurley Piano, John Russell Guitar, Henry Lowther Trumpet, Rhodri Davies Harp, John Bisset Guitar, Angharad Davies Violin, Peter Cusack Solo Acoustic Guitar and sound environments.
Alongside these gigs, a series of sound art installations, including Matthew Irvine Brown's Singing Sock Puppets and Felix Thorn's Felix's Machines will be found in spaces around BAC, which audiences can experience for free.
‘It's hard to describe the raw, explosive audio art they perpetrate. Everyday objects and sounds are worked on until they have a bizarre, hysterical immediacy.’ The Wire on Bohman Brothers
2 - 7 Feb
£5 / £3 concs
Book online now or call our Box Office on 020 7223 2223.
Official Website: http://www.bac.org.uk
Added by matthewirvinebrown on January 28, 2009