Hundred Years Gallery and Empty Birdcage Records would like to invite you in welcoming the incredible drummer Vid Drašler from Slovenia for three spectacular days of music. It’s a rare treat to have Vid in the UK and he and Daniel Thompson (musician and curator of Empty Birdcage Records) have handpicked eight musicians to play alongside Vid for three days.
Friday 3rd March | 19:30
duo with John Butcher
trio with Tom Jackson & Daniel Thompson
Saturday 4th March | 19:30
Vid Drašler solo
trio with Sarah Gail Brand & Hannah Marshall
Sunday 5th March | 15:30
duo with Neil Metcalfe
trio with Rachel Musson & Benedict Taylor
£8 one concert / £20 three concerts
WeGotTickets : Vid Drašler Residency
Vid Drašler is from Bistrica ob Sotli, where he played in a jazz-rock band Zmajev rep and in the Malik. With the Balžalorsky / Drašler trio he made a breakthrough in Slovenian jazz. Within the program of Sploh Institute he curates (Ne)forma (2022) and he presented his work on several occasions: at the concerts of Confine aperto, Zvokotok, Sonce in sončice po vsem svetu, public presentations of RR, international tours, dance-music series of improvizations Neforma, on the festival and on compilation Sound Disobedience. With the recording of the solo concert he participates in the iMstrument project. He published an excellent solo debut with the title of Kramljanja, with trio Trojnik album My Ear Has Got Sharp Edges, Stir with trio Drašler/Karlovčec/Drašler, At The Cultural Home with Tom Jackson, Mnogobolje with Oholo! and Štafelaj with trio TiTiTi.