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The 'seed' to extend our practice

The practice element of this research will consist of a series of performances aimed at inviting as many improvising instrumentalists as possible, to the idea of incorporating a more active engagement to the performative environment. This permission to move during a performance is not intended to detract from the music-making process, but rather to present new possibilities for both the improviser and the listener to discover.

Upcoming Musicians in Space performances and events.

11 May 2017
12:30 - 13:15


14:00 - 17:00

18:00 - 19.15

- Click here for information about Canterbury events.
Lunchtime performance
- Philipp Wachsmann and David Leahy


Improvisers in Space - Workshop

Panel discussion - An improviser's sense of place

Sidney Cooper Gallery, 23 St Peters St, Canterbury. CT1 2BQ

12 May 2017
18:00 - 20:30

Musicians in Space
- with 'Free Range' musicians.

Sidney Cooper Gallery, 23 St Peters St, Canterbury. CT1 2BQ

21 May 2017
20:30 - 22.30

Musicians in Space
- with members of the London Improvisers Orchestra.

I'Klectik Arts Lab, Old Paradise Yard, 20 Carlisle Lane, London. SE1 7LG

27 May 2017
20:00 -

Musicians in Space
- with the Merseyside Improvisers Orchestra.

MDI, 24 Hope St, Liverpool. L1 9BX

11 June 2017
20:00 -

Musicians in Space

I'Klectik Arts Lab, Old Paradise Yard, 20 Carlisle Lane, London. SE1 7LG

20 June 2017
19:45 -

Musicians in Space
- with the Oxford Improvisers.

The Old Fire Station, 40 George St, Oxford. OX1 2AQ

21 June 2017
19:00 -

Musicians in Space
- with Benedict Taylor, Tom Jackson and David Leahy

University of Westminster, Harrow Campus, London. HA1 3TP

For upcoming performances, please consult either the facebook group 'Musicians in Space' or email me for details.

Performance Archive

To view and listen to previous performances go to Performance archive with the outputs section of this website. There you will have to opportunity to watch performances from multiple perspectives.