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27.02.18​

An evening of sound and visuals featuring Stefano Kalonaris, Thomas Kelly and Tom Adams + Dan Scott. 

 

Videos from the evening can be seen here.

 

Stefano Kalonaris is a creative technologist, musician and researcher who specialises in networked music performance and improvisational interfaces for human-computer interaction. He has performed at international venues and festivals, including Sonorities, Diffrazioni, Café Oto, STEIM, the London Jazz Festival and many others.

www.stefanokalonaris.com

 

Tom Kelly is a tuba player & composer currently based in Margate.He has played in groups such as London Jazz Orchestra, Sons of Kemet, Notes Inegales, and he is currently touring with Anna Meredith alongside writing the follow up album to her critically acclaimed debut ‘Varmints.’ His interest in new music has seen him performance at London Contemporary Music Festival, Nonclassical, & he is also featured in ‘We Break Strings,’ a publication documenting the London alternative classical music scene. As a composer, his music has been performed at London Contemporary Orchestra Hub Sessions, London Design Festival, Galateca Gallery (Bucharest) & National Maritime Museum.

www.cargocollective.com/thomaskelly

 

Tom Adams is a performer and composer working in theatre and film. He trained as a clown at Circomedia, Bristol and has performed internationally with companies such as Miracle Theatre, Bicycle Ballet, Laura Mugridge, The Ragroof Players and Mark Watson. He was also a regular as a musical comedian on the alternative comedy circuit with performances on BBC Radio 4's 'Loose Ends', support act to Simon Munnery on his national tour and also performing 2 solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, Tom Adams: Dropped as a Child 2009 & Tom Adams Can't Come 2010 - Winner of a Mervyn Stutter 'Spirit of the Fringe' Award and Battersea Arts Centre.

www.tom-adams.co.uk

 

Dan Scott’s work incorporates installation, performance, and participatory practice and often investigates the politics and poetics of listening. He has carried out projects internationally including Liberation Through Hearing, outside the Royal Academy in London, Yesterday at Harewood House in Yorkshire, Advantageous Recordings at the De La Warr Pavilion, the monthly event Athelstan Sound in Margate, and the Sonic Trails series at Tate Modern. 

www.danscott.org.uk

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