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Wednesday 2 January 2019:
London Sacred Harp Wednesday 2 January 2019

Wed 2 Jan 2019, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
The Sacred Harp is an old tradition of community singing that uses a hymn book published in the American South before The Civil War. The music is sung unaccompanied in four parts with the singers seated in a square and facing inwards. The sound is direct and raw. One by one singers step into the centre to lead a song of their own choosing. There are no rehearsals and normally no performances. Sing

Monday 7 January 2019:
Vocal Classics of the Black Avant Garde: Jason Yarde / Elaine Mitchener / Mark Sanders / Neil Charles / Dante Micheaux / Byron Wallen / Dominic Canning Monday 7 January 2019

Mon 7 Jan 2019, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
Elaine Mitchener turns to the black avant-garde and to the overflow of experiment that occurred within improvised music, often springing directly from lived experiences of racial injustice.
The repertoire for this 60 minute programme consists of a number of seminal works, drawn from the 1960/70s African-American avant-garde, which combine vocals and text with experimental jazz forms.
These

Wednesday 9 January 2019:
Marianne Schuppe - slow songs, nosongs Wednesday 9 January 2019

Wed 9 Jan 2019, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
Marianne Schuppe, voice, lute & uber-bows
music & text by Marianne Schuppe
Marianne Schuppe is part of the Wandelweiser collective and is known for her interpretation of works by Morton Feldman and Giacinto Scelsi. Using the voice and sustained uber-bow, Schuppe presents her first Wandelweiser solo record - eleven 'songs’ which deconstruct melody, diction, duration and timbre. Engaged in a

Thursday 10 January 2019:
Frederic Rzewski (solo) Thursday 10 January 2019

Thu 10 Jan 2019, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
"He has, for decades, been making thought-provoking, heart-wrenching music about issues that dominate the headlines today: the perils of incarceration, the tension between the government and the governed, the struggle for gay rights, the decimation of the industrial working class. He may be particularly valuable at a moment when the political discourse produces only an unending, almost unlistenabl

Friday 11 January 2019:
Frederic Rzewski w/ Jan Rzewski Friday 11 January 2019

Fri 11 Jan 2019, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
"He has, for decades, been making thought-provoking, heart-wrenching music about issues that dominate the headlines today: the perils of incarceration, the tension between the government and the governed, the struggle for gay rights, the decimation of the industrial working class. He may be particularly valuable at a moment when the political discourse produces only an unending, almost unlistenabl

Saturday 12 January 2019:
Lino Capra Vaccina Saturday 12 January 2019

Sat 12 Jan 2019, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
For fans of the Italian avant-garde, few names inspire the loyalty and devotion offered to the percussionist and composer Lino Capra Vaccina - a perfect emblem of the country’s extraordinary movement of musical Minimalism. He first gained note as a member of Aktuala, a project which laid the groundwork for a entire generation of practitioners following in their wake - creating a hybrid of rock, av

Sunday 13 January 2019:
Onin (James L Malone & Joe Wright) + Lucia Chung (solo) + Phil Julian / John Macedo (duo) Sunday 13 January 2019

Sun 13 Jan 2019, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
Onin is the collaborative duo of James L Malone and Joe Wright, which explores analogue and digital electronics in highly volatile improvised music.
https://fdlabel.bandcamp.com/album/sicum-at-em


Tuesday 15 January 2019:
S4 | FOUR SOPRANO SAXOPHONES Tuesday 15 January 2019

Tue 15 Jan 2019, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
John Butcher / soprano saxophone
Christian Kobi / soprano saxophone
Hans Koch / soprano saxophone
Urs Leimgruber / soprano saxophone
A unique saxophone quartet from 4 distinctive players, all on soprano sax -- John Butcher, Christian Kobi, Hans Koch, and Urs Leimgruber -- creating an incredible array of sound and spontaneous composition with profound technical prowess and discernin

Wednesday 16 January 2019:

Friday 18 January 2019:
Apartment House - Michael Parsons at 80 Friday 18 January 2019

Fri 18 Jan 2019, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
Apartment House celebrate the composer Michael Parsons' 80th birthday with music spanning his career, as well as a series of birthday pieces composed especially for the occasion by his friends, Christian Wolff, Howard Skempton, Makiko Nishikaze, Tim Parkinson, John Lely and Laurence Crane.




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