Music : Chris Dowding / David Toop / Mark Wastell. Thursday 11th November 19:30

Chris Dowding is a trumpeter and workshop leader based in Norwich. He performs regularly with the bands Natural Causes (, Rude 2.0 (with the trombonist Annie Whitehead), and leads the Moonrise Trio. He has been commissioned by Durham Brass Festival and Norfolk and Norwich Festival. He has led workshops with Spitalfields Music, Dartington and more recently with the Norwich-based charity Musical Keys.

Mark Wastell is a versatile improvising musician who has played a central role in the British improvised music scene for a quarter century. He has performed and recorded extensively, including projects with Derek Bailey, Phil Durrant, John Butcher, Lasse Marhaug, Rhodri Davies, Simon H. Fell, Burkhard Beins, John Tilbury, Mattin, Mark Sanders, Tony Conrad, Evan Parker, Tim Barnes, Bernhard Günter, Keith Rowe, John Zorn, Peter Kowald, Joachim Nordwall, Otomo Yoshihide, Paul Dunmall, David Toop, Alan Wilkinson, Max Eastley, Hugh Davies, Julie Tippetts, Alan Skidmore, Mike Cooper, Chris Abrahams, Stewart Lee, Clive Bell, Arild Andersen and David Sylvian. Mark also runs the Confront Recordings record label which has released over 150 albums to date.

David Toop has been developing a practice that crosses boundaries of sound, listening, music and materials since 1970, encompassing improvised music performance, writing, electronic sound, field recording, exhibition curating, sound art installations and opera. It includes eight acclaimed books, including Ocean of Sound, Sinister Resonance, Into the Maelstrom, Flutter Echo and Inflamed Invisible. His 1978 Amazonas recordings of Yanomami shamanism and ritual were released on Sub Rosa as Lost Shadows. Solo records include New and Rediscovered Musical Instruments, Entities Inertias Faint Beings and Apparition Paintings and recent collaborations include Garden of Shadows and Light with Ryuichi Sakamoto.

Doors 7pm | music 8pm | Entry £10 or £5 left to the discretion of the buyer

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