Saturday 17 June 2017, 2–4pm, OTO Project Space
“I create exercises which facilitate a safe and inspiring group dynamic, exercises which reassure the nervous and challenge complacency.
These practices of freedom enable us to to tap into our creative potential and to express ourselves more fully, individually and collectively.
All welcome to use their voice and/or other instruments to joyously explore the art of improvisation.”
Advance booking is essential as space is limited. Limited to 10 participants
For more info - firstname.lastname@example.org
In association with The Wire 400
Maggie Nicols is a singer and a pioneer of free improvisation in the UK. She joined London's legendary Spontaneous Music Ensemble in 1968 and began running voice workshops, using the techniques of the SME’s John Stevens. She also worked in local experimental theatre. Later she was a member of the large ensemble Centipede, led by Keith Tippett . In 1977, with musician/composer Lindsay Cooper, she formed the remarkable Feminist Improvising Group. Maggie continues to perform worldwide and record challenging and beautiful work. When she is not performing solo she collaborates with a wide range of artists including Joëlle Leandre, Irene Schweizer and Phil Minton.