Dimitra Lazaridou Chatzigoga solo zither / Daichi Yoshikawa feedback with objects solo
Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga (Thessaloniki, Greece) is a musician and a linguist based in London. She is active in experimental and improvised music since 2006. She plays the zither, a string instrument, and uses ebows and objects on its resonance box to produce sustained or granulated sounds. Her approach focuses on the interplay between spontaneity and elaborate techniques.
In the last few months, she has performed in quintet with Jennifer Allum, Eddie Prévost, Matt Davis and Seymour Wright and in duo with Mark Wastell, with whom she just released their live performance as BEFOREHAND Live at Hundred Years Gallery on confront recordings. She is preparing a duo release with Martin Küchen and has recently launched the online project ‘MOBILE #2 OR odds ratio’ on Another Timbre with Nate Wooley, Cremaster (Alfredo Costa Monteiro and Ferran Fages), Xavier Charles, Enrico Malatesta and Christian Weber.
Daichi Yoshikawa, based in London and Berlin, plays with microphones and feedback with objects. He plays in the trio lll人with Seymour Wright (saxophone) and Paul Abbot (drums).
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