Geometric | Saturday 17 March – doors 7.30pm – music 8pm | £8 adv / £10 otd BUY TICKETS
Geometric, urban influenced classical music project inspired by India. Handpan & percussion played by Dom Aversano, and cello by Shizuku Tansuno.
The launch night for an album that combines Indian rhythm and Western harmony, with unique compositions inspired by four geometric shapes: a trapezium, pyramid, circle, and crescent. Performed on the handpan, cello, and percussion, the compositions range from intense and intricate, to slowly evolving and meditative.
Dom Aversano / A multi-instrumentalist percussionist and composer whose primary instrument is the handpan – a new Swiss instrument invented in 2001. Influenced by South Indian Carnatic music, his music explores patterns related to geometric forms, and ideas around expanding and contracting time.
Shizuku Tansuno / A rising talent on the cello, Shizuku regularly performs classical and contemporary music in London, and her native Japan.