MIMAN: Hans Kjorstad (fiddle), Andreas Røysum (clarinet) and Egil Kalman (double bass & electronics)
Rachel Musson (saxophone), Charlotte Keefe (trumpet) and Tom Ward (woodwinds)
Doors 7:30 | music 8pm | entry £8 cash
With a hundred concerts in 16 countries since their debut in 2016, the trio Miman has forged their improvised interplay into an all-consuming expression – crystallized fragments of music styles presented mysteriously and inexplicably as in a dream. Specifically, this expression strives for an imminent just tuned ideal and is not afraid of being neither head-nodding groovy nor strict and slow-flowing, as captured on their latest record ‘1000 bitar’ (translation: a thousand pieces).
Miman consists of fiddler Hans Kjorstad, clarinetist Andreas Røysum and bassist and synthetist Egil Kalman; three unavoidable names from the Scandinavian scene for exploratory musics.
As a trio they also collaborate with musicians such as Tristan Honsinger, Axel Dörner and Michael Griener. They’re also a part of Marthe Lea Band and Alasdair Roberts & Völvur.