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[Sep 17, 2011] Experimental Music, The Burning Harpsichord Series, Sept 17, 8pm,... (Banchory )


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Dear Friends,

Apologies for Cross-posts.

I'd like to invite you to the next instalment of The Burning Harpsichord Series, Friday, September 17th, 8pm. Tickets are £10/ £8

conc, £5 under 16 in advance £11, £9 conc, £5 under 16 on the door.

Here's a link to the event:

http://www.woodendbarn.co.uk/event/woodend-barn/burning-harpsichord-series-robert-curgenven'>http://www.woodendbarn.co.uk/event/woodend-barn/burning-harpsichord-series-robert-curgenven

This year, we're being hosted by Woodend Barn in Banchory (a great space just outside of Aberdeen in Scotland). Our first concert takes

place Friday September 17th featuring Robert Curgenven. I recently witnessed Robert performing at Cafe Oto in London and was blown away

by his set, definitely not to be missed! He will be playing a combination of turntables, guitar, and piano. For more info on Robert

visit: http://www.recordedfields.net/

Supporting Robert will be Andy Smith. Andy is one of my favourite performers and we used to perform together in the experimental punk

group Mickel Mass, http://www.myspace.com/mickelmass He will be performing a rare (for him) laptop set. Please note that Patrick

Keenan was scheduled to support but had to reschedule. We'll be using his guitar though, well, actually not, but he sourced it for us, so

almost!

For more information, please visit my site at www.billthompson.org or Woodend Barn at http://www.woodendbarn.co.uk/

Thanks again. I hope to see you there and please feel free to pass this invitation along.

Bill Thompson

ps Other dates you might consider:

Claire M Singer and I will be performing live electronics on November

8th at the next Burning Harpsichord Series event with a special guest

(to be revealed later). This event will also be at WEB and will be

part of Aberdeen's Sound festival.

In February, we'll be happy to host Rhodri Davies (prepared harp) and

Ross Whyte (live electronics).

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http://billthompson.org/

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/soundasart/

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