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Thursday, May 7, 2009

Kings Place - This is Tues events

KINGS PLACE: THIS IS TUESDAY- Break Your Sound Barrier -

"Ķa fantastic addition to the city's cultural life." (Musical Opinion)


VENUE: Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG;

TIME: 8.00pm

PRICE: Tickets from 9.50 online (These prices are available online only. Please add an extra 2 to all ticket prices if booking in person or by phone.)

BOX OFFICE: 0207 520 1490

FURTHER DETAILS: www.kingsplace.co.uk

www.myspace.com/kpthisistuesday

Tues 12 May

THE SOUND SOURCE: Turned Off, Tuned Out

Featuring Andrew Lampert - Curated by no.w.here and Sound and Music

Visual artist Andy Lampert collaborates with three maverick musicians: US cellist/ improviser and Tzadik label artist Okkyung Lee, multi instrumentalist Steve Beresford and trumpeter Peter Evans, for a playful evening of music and film. www.myspace.com/okkyunglee


Tues 19 May

MULTIPLIER 6 - Curated by Graham Fitkin

The final Multiplier event with 3 stages, featuring the World premiere of Jeremy Peyton Jones' ensemble of a dozen guitarists on one, singers Melanie Pappenheim and Rebecca Askew performing vocal gymnastics on another, whilst the well known violinist Darragh Morgan will bring some rigor to the affair. Music from Michael Gordon, Orlando Gough, Jeremy Peyton Jones and Wayne Siegel. www.myspace.com/jeremypeytonjones


Tues 2 June
THIS ISN'T FOR YOU/ Music and Machines - Curated by Matt Fretton with Sarah Nicolls
Using as a start point the idea of the piano as a machine, this event will explore mechanical devices which produce sound in theatrical ways. Including performances by co-curator Sarah Nicolls; the evening will include intriguing installations and impressive feats of engineering entertainment. The last TI4U of the season.

www.myspace.com/sarahnicolls www.sarahnicolls.com

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