Daegeum player Hyelim Kim will be among the musicians collaborating with dancer Petra Haller at the Vortex this Thursday, early evening:
Thursday 12 March 2020, 5.30pm
Vortex Jazz Club | 11 Gillett Square | London N16 8AZ | www.vortexjazz.co.uk
After Slovenia, Poland, Finland and Ireland we are bringing Jazz Connective to the United Kingdom where the delegation of promoters, producers, musicians and professionals will meet again to address the new challenges arising within their practices.
The English Session will be held in Birmingham (8th – 10th March) and London (11th and 12th March) supervised by our partners Performance Birmingham Limited / Town Hall & Symphony Hall and Vortex Jazz club.
Résonances is an experimental event merging live visual art, dance, musical performance and poetry. Led by artist Aurelie Freoua, the performances take you on a journey of creation, improvisation and interactions between all these art forms. This audio-visual experience aims to create dynamic and harmonious dialogues between different disciplines resonating, echoing and inspiring one another. Résonances is also an immersive experience where a thematic is explored, such as metamorphosis and dreams for the two previous events. This multidisciplinary live performance aims at challenging the perceptions of the viewer, stimulating their senses and emotions.
This event will feature:
Visual artist: Aurelie Freoua
Dancer: Petra Haller
Musician: Matthew Jacobson
Jazz Connective project is a series of conferences, workshops and music showcases across Europe to consider issues related to artists’ mobility, and various issues related to smaller venues, with regular programmes. It is a collaborative project between different European actors, built to sustainably strengthen our artistic scenes, composed of promoters and producers, musicians and professionals, by exploring these issues on a European scale. This project is supported by the European Union within the framework of Creative Europe – Cooperation Project and will take place in several stages, in several European cities.