Open… and perhaps not yet fully formed


A rare London visit from Laura Steenberge (composer, performer and researcher based in LA) and Michael Winter (composer, musicologist and founder of LA’s seminal experimental music venue the wulf.). Steenberge will be performing selections from her recent work entitled The Chant Etudes, which are studies of the deep past when the idea of a musical instrument was not yet fully formed. Then the ensemble will be realising works by Winter, alongside other music that embraces simple processes and open forms.

Mira Benjamin (violin)
Angharad Davies (violin)
Dominic Lash (double bass)
John Lely (objects and electronics)
Anton Lukoszevieze (cello and objects)
Tim Parkinson (objects)
Laura Steenberge (objects and voice)
Michael Winter (guitalele, objects, and electronics)

Part I
7.30pm Friday 7 October 2016 @ IKLECTIK

Laura Steenberge – The Chant Etudes
Michael Winter – for Sol LeWitt
John Lely – All About the Piano
Tim Parkinson – No. 3, No. 4, No. 5
Michael Winter – room and seams
Jürg Frey – Circular Music No. 6

Tickets £7/£5

Old Paradise Yard
20 Carlisle Lane (Royal Street corner) next to Archbishop’s Park
London SE1 7LG

Part II
Sunday 9 October 2016 @ Hundred Years Gallery

door 3.30pm, music 4pm

Laura Steenberge – The Chant Etudes
Michael Winter – tergiversate
John Lely – The Harmonics of Real Strings
Michael Winter – for Sol LeWitt
Michael Winter – necklaces
Christian Wolff – Another

Tickets £5

13 Pearson Street
London E2 8JD


curated by John Lely and Michael Winter