NORA MULDER & ROGIER SMAL + ONO RYOKO (JP) + ALAN “GUNGA” PURVES (solo)

Thursday, Oct 1, 2015 Doors open: 20:30   €6

Ryoko Ono
Nagoya, Japan
I’m an improvise saxophonist, flautist, composer and arranger.in Nagoya, Aichi,Japan.
for My solo, I uses “non-breath” circulation technique and multi-phonics to explore and pursue endless, rich and complex sounds. My exquisite performance is memorable and she is establishing sophisticated style of music.
Also known as the SAX Part of SAX RUINS Formed by Tatsuya Yoshida (drums)
https://onoryoko.bandcamp.com/

Rogier Smal is a drummer who experiments with free percussion sounds. He plays with different groups, musicians and solo. Lately Rogier has been lucky enough to have been making sonic waves of liberty with gems like: Anne la Berge, Dagora, Marshall Allen, Dylan Carlson, David Birchall, Eugene Chadbourne, Peter Zincken, Frankie Vis, City Hands, Yedo Gibson, Sunburned hand of the man, Mik Quantius, Cathy Heyden, Soft is, Daevid Allen, Nora Mulder, Arvind Ganga, Johannes Lunds, Maria Bertel, Don McGreevy and many more..
wir sind geboren um frei zu sein
http://rogiersmal.blogspot.nl/

Nora Mulder
is performing, composed & improvised music on piano & cymbalom.
Nora is trained as a classical pianist in Rotterdam and Paris and now performing contemporary composed & improvised music on piano & cymbalom.
She performs solo, with her own groups 7090 and Trolleybus and with various ensembles for contemporary music throughout Europe.

Apart from playing “concert music” whether composed or improvised, on piano or cymbalom, Nora surges for all possibilities of performance: a musician is not just heard, also to be seen. Therefor she is also to be seen in theatre and dance performances and works frequently with visual artists, dancers, actors, poets and chefs.

ALAN “GUNGA” PURVES (solo)
percussionist extraordinaire. amsterdam recident originally from edinburgh.
spectacular rhythms. amazing inventions.


ALAN "GUNGA" PURVES, NORA MULDER, ONO RYOKO, ROGIER SMAL, TRIO MULDER-SMAL-RYOKO


No presale, tickets at the door, capacity 250

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