Centrifuge brings together an exciting collection of improvising musicians based across the North and Midlands. Coming from a wide spectrum of musical backgrounds, and working within different musical practices, they will combine in various small groupings to deliver a program of freely improvised music.
Centrifuge : Developing an aesthetic
This is a stand alone project separate to the Centrifuge Concert series.
An open call to attend is shared with the same Centrifuge Network contact list
Here is the aim of the project.
Thursday 13th April
The Octet will follow Phil Morton’s score 50:50 that is - 50 % freeplay & 50% tacet, silence during the performance of a thirty minute piece.The music, the musicians are driven by free improvisation in music, whilst they are constrained by the score can the musicians brings a coherence, grace and power to a music that is not composed.
Centrifuge brings an exciting collection improvising musicians from across the North, together in Manchester. The musicians, with a range of different musical practices, will combine in various small groupings to deliver a program of free improvisations in music.