Tuesday 7 March 2017, 7.30pm

Photo by Hampus Högberg

Kammer Klang: Klara Lewis + Phaedra Ensemble performs Leo Chadburn + Plus special guests to be announced

PROGRAMME

20.00 Doors
20.30 Programme begins

Leo Chadburn, The Indistinguishables

Phaedra Ensemble

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Special Guests TBA

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Klara Lewis, solo set

 

Klara Lewis

Klara Lewis is a critically acclaimed sound sculptress who has performed in clubs and art galleries around the world. Lewis builds her work from heavily manipulated samples and field recordings, creating a unique combination of the organic and the digital. Her debut album Ett was released by Editions Mego in 2014. Later the same year her Msuic EP was released by Swedish producer Peder Mannerfelt. She was named Emerging Artist of the Year by BBC 6 Music DJ Mary Anne Hobbs. Lewis is currently collaborating with Simon Fisher Turner and Rainier Lericolais on a series of live performances of their new soundtrack to Walter Ruttmann’s classic 1927 silent film Berlin: Die Sinfonie der Großstadt. She is also collaborating with To Rococo Rot member and raster-noton artist Robert Lippok. Lewis’ second album Too was released in 2016 on Editions Mego to great acclaim.

Phaedra Ensemble

Phaedra Ensemble is a collective exploring the spaces between classical, experimental and contemporary music. Phaedra brings together some of London’s most exciting musicians to curate programmes with new collaborations, reinterpretations of well-known modern works and forgotten classics. Its members have a strong intuition for genre-crossing and interdisciplinary work, often in collaboration with artists from other disciplines. Upcoming projects include VOX – a new concert series exploring radical approaches to the voice – and performances at Kings Place in London and BAM in New York.

Leo Chadburn

Leo Chadburn is a composer and performer of experimental and electronic music, “avant-pop” and music for the gallery. Recent works include The Indistinguishables (2014) for Quatour Bozzini, Freezywater (2016) for Apartment House and RED & BLUE (2015), a solo performance based on the Cold War correspondence between Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan. His collaborative work includes projects with visual artists including Jennet Thomas (The Unspeakable Freedom Device, 2015) and Cerith Wyn Evans (Imagination Dead Imagine, 2013), and his discography includes four solo albums and remixes for Owen Pallett, Grizzly Bear and Seb Rochford. His music has been broadcast on BBC Radio 1, 3 and 6 Music and his writing has appeared in publications including the Wire, the Quietus and Frieze.