NOISES: Nagai, Kordik, Prévost, Weitzel, Stockard. Saturday 23rd January 7:30pm

noises jan23 webJoshua Weitzel – guitar/shamisen, David Stockard – drum, Daniel Kordik – synthesizer, Chie Nagai – voice and selfmade instruments, Eddie Prévost – percussion

Doors 7:30 | Music 8pm | Entry £5 Donation

Daniel Kordik is a musician and performer, born in Slovakia and currently based in London. Weaving a thread around electronic and improvised music, kordik works mainly as an improviser, music collaborator, field recordist and a regular member of the duo Jamka and Urbsounds Collective. He plays regurarly in an improvised duo with the trombonist Edward Lucas.

Joshua Weitzel is a shamisen and guitar player from Kassel, Germany. His work is work is based on exploration of dynamics and contrasting parameters such as stasis and progress, linear and spatial development, control and unexpectedness. He has worked with a number of internationally recognised artists and has performed on various occasions across Europe, Israel and Japan.

Chie Nagai is a soprano and improviser from Chiba, Japan, based in Kassel, Germany. She is specialised in german song as well as contemporary and experimental music. She has worked on various projects with composers such as Christian Wolff and Charlotte Seither and has premiered works of Gabriel Fischer, Hyunbae Lee and Yoshinao Kobayashi. She further starred in the leading role of Almira (2014), a rediscovered baroque Opera by Federico Fedeli and has participated in many productions of the State Theatre of Kassel.

David W. Stockard is a person from carrickfergus [ni] currently living in london [eng]

Eddie Prévost plays with immense fire, grace and invention. Founder of the essential AMM, collaborator of the greatest improvisers internationally, since the 60s he has kept a continuous contact with the scene and always manages to invent anew his contribution to “meta-music”.

“Prévost’s playing confirmed that he remains one of the subtlest and most intelligent of free drummers.The Guardian (UK)


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