11.00am-6.00pm: Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 July 2011
64 Orchard Place London, E14 0JW
Go to www.trinitybuoywharf.com for directions & transport information
SOUND OUT LONDON’S LOST FISHING VILLAGE!
Funded by Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust & presented in association with Water City Festival
Frank Creber, Grand Union Orchestra & Grand Union Youth Orchestra,
Richard Mallett Arts Management, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance,
Dorling Kindersley, Yamaha Music Europe GmbH (UK).
(the organisers reserve the right to change programme on each day)
On arrival pick up a printed programme to find out what’s on and where.
11.00am-6.00pm: ‘Waterways and Fishing Village’ art exhibition
Curated by Frank Creber, the exhibition features the work of the Water City Festival Mural Team
including Maria Alvarez, Emily Ault, Nick Creber, Bob Dawson, Caroline Holden-Hotopf,
Neha Malik, Alex Pemberton, Victoria Rance, Antoine Robin, Sophie Venturini, Rob Welch
& UEL Fine Art students, Philippa Edwards, Valeriya Georgieva, Julie North & Annie Warner.
11.00am-1.30pm & 2.45pm-3.30pm: ‘Fishing Village’ music & art workshops
‘Drop in’ interactive art and music workshops exploring sound colours, musical characters and mindscapes led by guest artists and musicians.
11.30am-5.00pm: Trinity Buoy Blast!
A chance for all the family to have a go at blowing a trumpet, banging a drum or bowing a violin!
Informal sessions led by experienced players.
PARTICIPATORY WORLD MUSIC WORKSHOPS
WITH GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA MEMBERS
Claude Deppa (South Africa) – trumpet, African drums
Louise Elliott (Australia) – tenor saxophone, flute
Carlos Fuentes (Chile) – Latin-American percussion
Gerry Hunt (England) – saxophones, guitar, bass guitar
Yousuf Ali Khan (Bangladesh) – tabla, voice
Baluji Shrivastav (India) – sitar, dilruba
Lucy Rahman (Bangladesh) - voice
under the direction of Tony Haynes (England) – piano, trombone
(NB: personnel may change slightly between Saturday and Sunday)
Senior members of the Grand Union Youth Orchestra (also from a variety of cultural backgrounds) will also be on hand as assistant leaders.
Open to players of any age who are interested in exploring non-Western musical cultures with experts, and offering an opportunity to perform with them.
It is essential to bring an instrument – brass, wind, strings and percussion and all non-European instruments are particularly welcome with limited opportunities for amplified instruments.
Participants can attend a single workshop, a single day, or they can come to all of them.
The content of each workshop will change to suit those attending,
so participants may elect to attend both or all the Asian or Latin/African workshops.
Workshop 1 in South Asian music
Workshop 1 in Latin and African music
BRING YOUR OWN INSTRUMENT
(please note limited opportunities for amplified instruments)
Workshop 2 in South Asian music
Workshop 2 in Latin and African music
Details as above
NB. for Grand Union Orchestra workshops, simply turn up on the day with your instrument
OR pre-book your space by contacting Richard Mallett (see below)
The South Asian workshops will explore a range of techniques and material including Bengali folk song,
Indian ragas and time cycles; it will be largely melodic and improvisation (again optional!) will be mostly scale-based.
The Latin/African workshop will explore West African drum rhythms, South African township music, Latin-American rhythms and Caribbean styles; it will be largely rhythmic and ensemble-based, with improvisation on percussion and across simple harmonic sequences.
A Band in a Day!
At the end of each afternoon there will be an informal public performance
where workshop participants will be invited to join the Grand Union musicians
– but only if they wish to!
WHEN YOU COME TO TRINITY BUOY WHARF,
WHY NOT HAVE A GO AT OUR
'OLYMPIC OPEN WEEKEND - SOUND OUT' QUIZ?
YOU COULD WIN A COPY OF
DORLING KINDERSLEY'S FANTASTIC
'THE CHILDREN'S BOOK OF MUSIC'
Review by: Corin Stansfield, 02 December 2010
'This is a fantastic educational resource on what is music and includes a great sweep of coverage from early music to international music to different styles of music while highlighting different composers, musicians and instruments. The CD tracks are well chosen, would be great to use with a class and are well signposted throughout the book.'
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
About Trinity Buoy Wharf and the weekend in general:
Sarah Hewson, Marketing and Press Manager
Urban Space Management Ltd, Trinity Buoy Wharf, 64 Orchard Place, London, E14 0JW
Tel: 020 7515 7153;
Mob: 07968 597 542
About all music events in general:
Richard Mallett Arts Management
Studio 7, Make Space Studios, Newnham Terrace, London, SE1 7DR
Tel: 020 7021 0021
For more information about Grand Union Orchestra workshop content,
Grand Union Orchestra, 76 Wentworth Street, London, E1 7SA
Tel: 020 7375 1122
About art exhibition:
Frank Creber, Director of Visual Arts, Water City Festival
Mob: 07984 016 326
PLEASE FORWARD THE ATTACHED
'OLYMPIC OPEN WEEKEND' FLYER
TO YOUR YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE!