Music : N.O. Moore & Luke Martin / Pascal Marzan & Paulo Hartmann (two duos). Wednesday 7th September 19:30

Two duos : Luke Martin (no input mixing desk) & NO Moore (guitarism)
+ Pascal Marzan (acoustic 10 string microtonal guitar) & Paulo Hartmann (prepared guitar)

Doors 7.30 | music 8pm | £8 cash

Luke Martin is a composer, performer, and writer living in Minneapolis, US. His work focuses on silence, listening, and the relation between music, truth, and the absolute. He is a PhD candidate at University of Minnesota in Cultural Studies, co-directs the Co-Incidence Festival, plays with Ordinary Affects, and often performs on guitar and no-input mixer with those in and around the Wandelweiser Group. He has had music released by Edition Wandelweiser, elsewhere, reading group, marginal frequency, rhizome.s, ftarri, and others.

NO Moore is a guitarist and synthesist.  He has played with people and can be heard on a number of releases.

Paulo Hartmann is an Brazilian (SP) instrumentalist specializing in prepared guitar. He is dedicated to the creation of loops in real time, as well as presentations of tele-performance. The artist has already presented at biennales, music festivals and national and international performances in countries of Latin America and Europe.

Pascal Marzan is a classically trained improvising musician based in London. After studying classical guitar mainly devoted to the twentieth century repertoire and teaching guitar in several music schools of Budapest in Hungary and France, he is dedicated to free improvisation. His playing has been influenced by his interest in the folk musics of Eastern Europe, Asia and Africa. His approach to the guitar is characterized by the search for new sounds including three distinct modes of play : prepared (cutter, knitting needles, metal cylinders, friction, mutes, bottleneck) – for indefinable sounds and sounds of cimbalom, gamelan gongs, koto – as well as flamenco technique (rasgueados and golpes) and classical technique of the twentieth century repertoire.


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