|Christmas Day : Static
Derek Bailey Memorial Soundwalk.
Christmas Day: 10.15 am
Another Christmas Day session from the indefatigable Listening
Room. Previous years Great George has been enjoyed as an excellent
ear cleansing and body grounding delight after the onslaught that
is Christmas morning.
This year with sadness and celebration I dedicate this event as
a memorial to Derek Bailey who died on Christmas Day 2005. This
is my offering amongst many others to a man who opened up an area
of work that we have all stumbled into: music: free improvisation
its nature and practice.
The Great George bell will ring at approx. 10.25 - 10.30
Links to more info re Great George from a previous year: (the dates
are in the past!)
Highly recommended session
Phil Morton: Curator of the Listening Room
The Listening Room Present
Phil Minton, Vovalist, Trumpets, Feral Choir.
Roger Parry CD Presentation returns ! Possibly the first since
November 2004! with a special presentation featuring Phil Minton
who will soon appear for Frakture with the Feral Choir in September
and with the international Trio Toot.
Date: Saturday, September 2nd,
Venue: St Brides Church, Catherine Street, Liverpool, L8 7NG
Time: 14:00 hrs
Duration 1 hour
Donation: £1, a request to cover the costs of room hire
me to the river / The Slow Soundwalks
21st June 2006 4:30 am & 9:30 pm A Summer Solstice Special.
£2:00 each and for both: BOGOF
was the last time you went somewhere just to hear the sounds there?
Whether experienced as private meditation or as collective silence
SOUNDWALKS refresh your ears and reset your sensual awareness to
where you are, live or work......... To-nights walk is a special
slow walk: a path that last 10 minutes at a brisk pace will take
an hour. A path down Otterspool Park Path to the river taking in
the sonic delights of the wood as we leave the road behind. A rare
chance to slow down in the urban rush. All welcome: avoid noisy
bags and clothing, bring a friend.
Meet at Otterspool Gates Aigburth Road/Jericho Lane
March 17, 2008
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