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Kammer Klang

Robert Worby presents music by Rebecca Saunders, Louis d'Heudieres, Lee Fraser and Michelle Lou performed at an event curated by Kammer Klang at London's Cafe OTO.

Presented by Robert Worby, featuring performances of new, experimental and improvised music, recorded at an event curated by Kammer Klang at London's Cafe OTO in February. The new music ensemble Distractfold perform music by Rebecca Saunders, Lee Fraser and Michelle Lou, and the improvising trio Oscilanz interpret the music of the 12th century mystic Hildegard of Bingen.

Louis d Heudieres: Laughter Studies
Juliet Fraser, Jennifer Walshe (vocalists)

Rebecca Saunders: Vermilion
Distractfold - Rocio Bolanos (clarinet), Alice Purton (cello), Daniel Brew (electric guitar)

Lee Fraser: Stheno (electroacoustic work)

Michelle Lou: Untitled three part construction
Distractfold - Alice Purton (amplified cello), Linda Jankowska, Emma Richards (objects)

Improvisation: Zinzia - Parts I, II and III
Oscilanz - Laura Cannell (fiddle & recorders), Ralph Cumbers (trombone & electronics), Charles Hayward (drums).

2 hours

Music Played

  • Louis D'Heudieres

    Laughter Studies

    Singer: Juliet Fraser. Singer: Jennifer Walshe.
  • Rebecca Saunders


    Performer: Rocío Bolaños. Performer: Alice Purton. Performer: Daniel Brew.
  • Lee Fraser


    Performer: Distractfold.
  • Michelle Low

    Untitled three part construction

    Performer: Alice Purton. Performer: Linda Jankowska. Performer: Emma Richardson.
  • Oscilanz

    Zinzia parts 1, 2 and 3

    Performer: Charles Hayward. Performer: Laura Cannell. Performer: Ralph Cumbers.


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