Daylight Music 274
Solo Collective + DunningWebsterUnderwood
Pay-What-You-Can on the door (suggested ticket price £5)
All ages welcome
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12:00 - 14:00
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A thrilling new ensemble, Solo Collective brings together the chamber musicians Alex Stolze and Anne Müller, with pianist and producer Sebastian Reynolds. Acclaimed as “spacious, electronica-tinted science-fiction chamber music” by The Arts Desk, the trio present themselves as a rotating cast of three soloists who take turns in the spotlight, with the other two providing supporting roles.
DunningWebsterUnderwood reject convention, making music and even playing their instruments in their own way. Graham Dunning uses a single turntable with dubplates of field recordings, dentistry tools and other objects to create crackling textures, tones and disjointed noise, while Colin Webster brings a palette of percussive and textural sounds, drawn tones, and raw, searing blasts, all contrasted with Sam Underwood’s brass rasp and deep, drone, doom layers.
Solo Collective is a new ensemble comprised of German chamber musicians Alex Stolze (violin) and Anne Müller (cello), with British pianist and producer Sebastian Reynolds. Conceptually, the trio present themselves as a rotating cast of three soloists who take turns in the spotlight, with the other two providing supporting roles.
Solo Collective met through the Berlin music scene in 2016. Firstly Sebastian met Anne, who collaborated on Sebastian’s track Holy Island, which features on the record. The three then made their debut performances at sold out concerts in Berlin and Hannover in February 2017, and released their debut record, Part One, via Alex’s Nonostar Records in December 2017. Their music has been favourably compared to Steve Reich, Arvo Pärt, Murcof and Mica Levi.
DunningWebsterUnderwood perform improvised music, avoiding conventional playing of their respective instruments: Turntable, baritone saxophone and tuba. Artist Graham Dunning uses a single turntable with dubplates of field recordings, dentistry tools and other objects to create crackling textures, tones and disjointed noise. Colin Webster is a prolific and experimental improviser who brings a palette of percussive and textural sounds, drawn tones, and raw, searing blasts. Sam Underwood is a musician, producer and instrument maker playing brass rasp and deep, drone, doom layers.