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FRONTIERS: Between Places

FRONTIERS: Between Places

Frontiers Series

Date and time
07 Mar 2016 (9:00pm - 11:00pm)

Quarter Horse

88-90 Bristol street, B5 7AH, Birmingham


Free entry

9pm Quarter Horse
Free entry

Eileen Smith viola
Lucy Fox saxophone
Max Gibson accordion

Composer James Alexandropoulos-McEwan
Arjun Jethwa flute
Tamara Haynes clarinet
Rob Jones saxophone
Christos Stylianides flugelhorn/trumpet
Beetung Goo horn
Martynas Baltutis electric guitar
James Alexandropoulos–McEwan electric guitar
Aisling Ní Raghallaigh double bass
Ben Muirhead double bass
Nathan England-Jones drum kit

Rupture explore the relationship between visual and sonic art forms. Exploring shapes, images, lines, textures and structure, they bring the visual into sonic life.

Following this, Ethel, a 10-piece ensemble of classical and jazz players, perform a work that draws from contemporary classical composition, as well as aspects of jazz and rock. It is a piece, written by a composer yet shaped by the players who hail from diverse musical backgrounds.

Forthcoming events in Frontiers Series

Forthcoming dates will be announced soon.