Friday 10 March 2023 | Doors: 7:30pm | First Act: 8pm
Our Kiosk opens 1 hour prior to doors.
Tickets: £7.50 General Admission https://link.dice.fm/q35c071a2cec
Anthony Moore (Slapp Happy & Henry Cow) with Richard Moore (no relation) – Violin – and multi-instrumentalists Keith Rodway and Amanda Thompson, play an evening of electroacoustic improvisation and spoken words over 90 minutes of atmospheric drift – a dark cinema for the ears, structured as a whole in two 45 minute parts.
Anthony Moore (b. August 1948) is a composer/musician, now based in the UK, formerly professor in Cologne for sound art and music, working on the social and technical history of sound.
In 1970 he moved to Hamburg, Germany where he worked with a number of underground film makers, experimenting with sound and non-narrative structure. In 1971 Polygram recorded three albums of his work, “Pieces from the Cloudland Ballroom”, “Secrets of the Blue Bag” and “Reed, Whistle & Sticks”. In 1972 he formed the group Slapp Happy with Dagmar Krause and Peter Blegvad. In 1978 he released his album, “Flying Doesn’t Help”.
He operates across many genres; ambient drone, musique concrète, electroacoustic, songwriting and immersive, multi-channel sound installations. He continues to compose, perform and release work on various labels such as Touch, Drag City (Chicago), P-Vine (Tokyo) and others.
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