The SEEN III @Hundred Years Galleryi


Friday 15th June 19:30, Hundred Years Gallery

One of my rare violin-only gigs…

Mark Wastell
has been organising larger formations of musicians, collectively known as THE SEEN since 2001. Using predominantly improvised material with occasional instructions or themes distributed to individual musicians just prior to performance. No formation has ever been repeated, THE SEEN never stays static.

Embarking on it’s first ever residency at the gallery, hear THE SEEN’s music develop over a four month period, shifting performance to performance, each one sounding different to the last.

The SEEN / Friday 15th June :

Phil Julian : electronics
Tom Jackson : clarinet
Douglas Benford : object
Yoni Silver : violin
Richard Sanderson : accordion
Spencer Grady : bowed banjo
Dominic Lash : double bass
Mark Wastell : tam tam

Doors 7:30 | music 8pm | entry £5


Kammer Klang: Mary Jane Leach performed by Ashley Paul, Thurston Moore, Tom James Scott, Lucy Railton, Yoni Silver + Mette Rasmussen & Sofia Jernberg + Dawn Scarfe

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Super excited to play “Wolff Tones E-tude” by Mary Jane Leach with this ad-hoc ensemble put together by Ashley Paul. Also on the bill is a tape piece by MJ, a wine-glass/feedback solo by Dawn Scarfe, and a duo by the superb Mette Rasmussen and Sofia Jernberg.