Daylight Music: Searching for a sense of belonging
|October 16, 2021|
Daylight Music 336: Searching for a sense of belonging (across space and time) with Bex Burch & Kim Macari, Ell Kendall, Maria Grapsa
Returning artist to the series Bex Burch (Vula Viel) is a composer, producer and improviser. Bex believes in the transformative power of power of sound and aims to create music which resonates. She builds her own instrument (augmented gyil), and makes music drawing from a wide range of influences including classical, minimalist and Dagaare Ghanaian. Bex is joined for the first time by musician Kim Macari, who is an Artist-Activist immersed in the world of improvised music. Kim believes in the arts as a powerful tool of empowerment, creative expression and social change. As an artist, she performs in a number of improvised settings on trumpet and spoken word and creates graphic scores, often using ekphrasis and data sonification.
Ell Kendall is a sound artist and orchestrator from London, whose music seems to capture a moment in time, freeze it and slowly unravel its essence. His inspiration ranges from avant-garde composers and performance artists to early religious music and ritual. Ell had also recently been creating works for the NHS, researching and developing new music to aid patient well-being and respiratory rehabilitation in the wake of the pandemic. This is music very much locked in this moment.
Tomorrow’s Warriors return to the series this time presenting Athens-born Maria Grapsa. Her music influences are diverse and include a classical music background, Greek origins and world, folk and Latin influences, all meeting at the boundaries of jazz. Like Ell her music explores the existential themes of time and the relationship we carve and create with it as human beings. This afternoon explores how personal and social changes can affect us throughout our lives especially when it comes to our creativity. Let thought and reflection guide you through the music.
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