Wed 26 April 8pm | £9/7

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“Father Tongues” Album Launch 

Wednesday 26 April – doors 8pm – music 8.30pm |

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Nearly 5 years in the making, this collection of unedited solo piano improvisations was recorded in September 2012. To celebrate the launch of the record on the F-IRE Label, Gvirtzman presents a mini-festival of music, dance, art and literature, with:

Movement/text – Seke Chimutengwende

Readings – Different Skies

Artwork – Jim Glover

Piano – Zac Gvirtzman

About the artists:

Seke Chimutengwende – movement/text:

Seke Chimutengwende works in dance as a performer, choreographer and teacher. As a performer he has worked with companies such as DV8 Physical Theatre, Lost Dog and Fabulous Beast. Seke has been performing solo improvisation since 2006 as well as ensemble improvisation with Neat Timothy. He has regularly presented Late! Night Solos in collaboration with Rebecca Mackenzie at The Hen and Chickens Theatre since 2011.

Different Skies – readings:

Different Skies Magazine publishes bold experiments in creative nonfiction, criticism, poetry and prose. Different Skies is a collaborative community open to anyone who wants to be involved. We meet, we talk, we build something tangible in the short and the long term. The publication is designed to counter alienation – a space of commonality with writing at its centre.

Jim Glover – art:

Jim Glover is an artist from London. He studied at City & Guilds School of Art, where in 2011 he was awarded the Painter & Stainers prize. His work explores the visual interplay of abstract elements: light, form, colour, movement and rhythm. His latest exhibition, ‘ENTROPY’ in 2016, specifically refers to the dynamic relationship between order and disorder, and the position we occupy in the universe.

Zachary Gvirtzman – piano:

Zac Gvirtzman is a composer and musician whose broad palate is balanced by a personal sensibility that comes across in his various activities. He has made work for film, theatre and dance as well as writing pieces for both small and large ensembles. His main instruments are piano, saxophone, accordion and clarinet and he has performed at the Union Chapel, the National Gallery, London Jazz Festival, the Queen Elizabeth Hall foyer, and many other venues in the UK and internationally.