Juxtavoices In York

Sunday 27th of September 2015 : Various times between 4pm - 7pm

A multimedia event in the city centre awaiting refurb, The Mansion House has been taken over for the afternoon by the Vespertine arts organisation for this afternoon extravaganza.   Five tours of the building between 4pm and 7pm, each ending with a short set by Juxtavoices!

 

FREE EVENT
Masks will be provided. Appearances may be deceiving.

Vespertine cordially invites the people of York and beyond, to a guided tour of the Mansion House with a twist! This event will be a rare opportunity to see the Mansion House as it is awaiting renovation; the unfurnished, raw building will provide the perfect backdrop for performances and music. Contributions include photographs by fine artist Rhianna Mayhew, performances by Sheffields 30 piece ‘anti-choir’ Juxtavoices and two piece multi-instrumental band McWatt as well as a Mansion House inspired sound installation by Howlround.

This event is free and is part of York Food and Drink festival’s programme.

VESP#04 Partners: York Food and Drink Festival and York Mansion House

Inclusion Principle - Nottingham

Thursday 19th of November 2015 : 7.30 pm

Martin Archer - electronic keyboards, laptop, saxophones, clarinets, recorders
Hervé Perez - laptop, saxophones
Peter Fairclough - drums and percussion

 

 

Inclusion Principle operates in a space between electronics, nu-jazz, contemporary electroacoustic music and free improvisation tending towards a minimalist approach.

 

Both Martin and Hervé play a similar set up of laptop and woodwinds and yet have a different approach to their instruments. Put together, there is a chemistry that inspire and drive their improvisations towards a wide range of soundscapes.


The choice of instruments and sounds on their palette allows them to dramatically change their music between beat driven electro, minimal and microtonal improvisation via electroacoustic experimentation and nu-jazz.


Peter Fairclough fills a space in the soundscape that was meant for him, bringing a range of sounds and acoustic instruments. His inventive use of hand percussion, cymbals sculptures and bells blend perfectly with abstract textures while establishing definite jazz grooves that sit comfortably amongst electronic beats.

 

There is something for all in their music. First and foremost, they share an enjoyment of sound and performance which touches their audience, no matter what style they may adopt.

 

 

Also on the bill - Legion Of Swine and Orlando Ferguson

 

 

Inclusion Principle - Fusebox, Leeds

Friday 15th of April 2016 : 8.00 pm

Martin Archer - electronic keyboards, laptop, saxophones, clarinets, recorders
Hervé Perez - laptop, saxophones
Peter Fairclough - drums and percussion

 

 

Inclusion Principle operates in a space between electronics, nu-jazz, contemporary electroacoustic music and free improvisation tending towards a minimalist approach.

 

Both Martin and Hervé play a similar set up of laptop and woodwinds and yet have a different approach to their instruments. Put together, there is a chemistry that inspire and drive their improvisations towards a wide range of soundscapes.


The choice of instruments and sounds on their palette allows them to dramatically change their music between beat driven electro, minimal and microtonal improvisation via electroacoustic experimentation and nu-jazz.


Peter Fairclough fills a space in the soundscape that was meant for him, bringing a range of sounds and acoustic instruments. His inventive use of hand percussion, cymbals sculptures and bells blend perfectly with abstract textures while establishing definite jazz grooves that sit comfortably amongst electronic beats.

 

There is something for all in their music. First and foremost, they share an enjoyment of sound and performance which touches their audience, no matter what style they may adopt.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inclusion Principle - Lescar, Sheffield

Wednesday 2nd of December 2015 : 8pm

We're delighted to be part of Jez Matthews' Jazz At The Lescar series.

 

Martin Archer - electronic keyboards, laptop, saxophones, clarinets, recorders
Hervé Perez - laptop, saxophones
Peter Fairclough - drums and percussion

 

 

Inclusion Principle operates in a space between electronics, nu-jazz, contemporary electroacoustic music and free improvisation tending towards a minimalist approach.

 

Both Martin and Hervé play a similar set up of laptop and woodwinds and yet have a different approach to their instruments. Put together, there is a chemistry that inspire and drive their improvisations towards a wide range of soundscapes.


The choice of instruments and sounds on their palette allows them to dramatically change their music between beat driven electro, minimal and microtonal improvisation via electroacoustic experimentation and nu-jazz.


Peter Fairclough fills a space in the soundscape that was meant for him, bringing a range of sounds and acoustic instruments. His inventive use of hand percussion, cymbals sculptures and bells blend perfectly with abstract textures while establishing definite jazz grooves that sit comfortably amongst electronic beats.

 

There is something for all in their music. First and foremost, they share an enjoyment of sound and performance which touches their audience, no matter what style they may adopt.

 

Also on the bill - Dave Kane / Seth Bennett double bass duo!

Inclusion Principle - Newcastle

Sunday 3rd of April 2016 : 8.00 pm

Martin Archer - electronic keyboards, laptop, saxophones, clarinets, recorders
Hervé Perez - laptop, saxophones
Peter Fairclough - drums and percussion

 

 

Inclusion Principle operates in a space between electronics, nu-jazz, contemporary electroacoustic music and free improvisation tending towards a minimalist approach.

 

Both Martin and Hervé play a similar set up of laptop and woodwinds and yet have a different approach to their instruments. Put together, there is a chemistry that inspire and drive their improvisations towards a wide range of soundscapes.


The choice of instruments and sounds on their palette allows them to dramatically change their music between beat driven electro, minimal and microtonal improvisation via electroacoustic experimentation and nu-jazz.


Peter Fairclough fills a space in the soundscape that was meant for him, bringing a range of sounds and acoustic instruments. His inventive use of hand percussion, cymbals sculptures and bells blend perfectly with abstract textures while establishing definite jazz grooves that sit comfortably amongst electronic beats.

 

There is something for all in their music. First and foremost, they share an enjoyment of sound and performance which touches their audience, no matter what style they may adopt.

 

 

 

 

 

Inclusion Principle - Stoke Newington

Friday 22nd of January 2016 : 8.00 pm

Martin Archer - electronic keyboards, laptop, saxophones, clarinets, recorders
Hervé Perez - laptop, saxophones
Peter Fairclough - drums and percussion

 

 

Inclusion Principle operates in a space between electronics, nu-jazz, contemporary electroacoustic music and free improvisation tending towards a minimalist approach.

 

Both Martin and Hervé play a similar set up of laptop and woodwinds and yet have a different approach to their instruments. Put together, there is a chemistry that inspire and drive their improvisations towards a wide range of soundscapes.


The choice of instruments and sounds on their palette allows them to dramatically change their music between beat driven electro, minimal and microtonal improvisation via electroacoustic experimentation and nu-jazz.


Peter Fairclough fills a space in the soundscape that was meant for him, bringing a range of sounds and acoustic instruments. His inventive use of hand percussion, cymbals sculptures and bells blend perfectly with abstract textures while establishing definite jazz grooves that sit comfortably amongst electronic beats.

 

There is something for all in their music. First and foremost, they share an enjoyment of sound and performance which touches their audience, no matter what style they may adopt.

 

 

 

 

 

Inclusion Principle - Halton Mill, Lancaster

Saturday 5th of March 2016 : 8.00 pm

Martin Archer - electronic keyboards, laptop, saxophones, clarinets, recorders
Hervé Perez - laptop, saxophones
Peter Fairclough - drums and percussion

 

 

Inclusion Principle operates in a space between electronics, nu-jazz, contemporary electroacoustic music and free improvisation tending towards a minimalist approach.

 

Both Martin and Hervé play a similar set up of laptop and woodwinds and yet have a different approach to their instruments. Put together, there is a chemistry that inspire and drive their improvisations towards a wide range of soundscapes.


The choice of instruments and sounds on their palette allows them to dramatically change their music between beat driven electro, minimal and microtonal improvisation via electroacoustic experimentation and nu-jazz.


Peter Fairclough fills a space in the soundscape that was meant for him, bringing a range of sounds and acoustic instruments. His inventive use of hand percussion, cymbals sculptures and bells blend perfectly with abstract textures while establishing definite jazz grooves that sit comfortably amongst electronic beats.

 

There is something for all in their music. First and foremost, they share an enjoyment of sound and performance which touches their audience, no matter what style they may adopt.

 

Also on the bill, our hosts -  Miles Doubleday, Clayton Jackson and Francis Roe.

 

 

 

 

 

Inclusion Principle - Delius Centre, Bradford

Thursday 17th of March 2016 : 8.00 pm

Martin Archer - electronic keyboards, laptop, saxophones, clarinets, recorders
Hervé Perez - laptop, saxophones
Peter Fairclough - drums and percussion

 

 

Inclusion Principle operates in a space between electronics, nu-jazz, contemporary electroacoustic music and free improvisation tending towards a minimalist approach.

 

Both Martin and Hervé play a similar set up of laptop and woodwinds and yet have a different approach to their instruments. Put together, there is a chemistry that inspire and drive their improvisations towards a wide range of soundscapes.


The choice of instruments and sounds on their palette allows them to dramatically change their music between beat driven electro, minimal and microtonal improvisation via electroacoustic experimentation and nu-jazz.


Peter Fairclough fills a space in the soundscape that was meant for him, bringing a range of sounds and acoustic instruments. His inventive use of hand percussion, cymbals sculptures and bells blend perfectly with abstract textures while establishing definite jazz grooves that sit comfortably amongst electronic beats.

 

There is something for all in their music. First and foremost, they share an enjoyment of sound and performance which touches their audience, no matter what style they may adopt.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inclusion Principle - Mopomoso, London

Sunday 20th of March 2016 : 2.00 pm

Martin Archer - electronic keyboards, laptop, saxophones, clarinets, recorders
Hervé Perez - laptop, saxophones
Peter Fairclough - drums and percussion

 

 

Inclusion Principle operates in a space between electronics, nu-jazz, contemporary electroacoustic music and free improvisation tending towards a minimalist approach.

 

Both Martin and Hervé play a similar set up of laptop and woodwinds and yet have a different approach to their instruments. Put together, there is a chemistry that inspire and drive their improvisations towards a wide range of soundscapes.


The choice of instruments and sounds on their palette allows them to dramatically change their music between beat driven electro, minimal and microtonal improvisation via electroacoustic experimentation and nu-jazz.


Peter Fairclough fills a space in the soundscape that was meant for him, bringing a range of sounds and acoustic instruments. His inventive use of hand percussion, cymbals sculptures and bells blend perfectly with abstract textures while establishing definite jazz grooves that sit comfortably amongst electronic beats.

 

There is something for all in their music. First and foremost, they share an enjoyment of sound and performance which touches their audience, no matter what style they may adopt.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inclusion Principle - Flim Flam, London

Wednesday 27th of April 2016 : 8.00 pm

Martin Archer - electronic keyboards, laptop, saxophones, clarinets, recorders
Hervé Perez - laptop, saxophones
Peter Fairclough - drums and percussion

 

 

Inclusion Principle operates in a space between electronics, nu-jazz, contemporary electroacoustic music and free improvisation tending towards a minimalist approach.

 

Both Martin and Hervé play a similar set up of laptop and woodwinds and yet have a different approach to their instruments. Put together, there is a chemistry that inspire and drive their improvisations towards a wide range of soundscapes.


The choice of instruments and sounds on their palette allows them to dramatically change their music between beat driven electro, minimal and microtonal improvisation via electroacoustic experimentation and nu-jazz.


Peter Fairclough fills a space in the soundscape that was meant for him, bringing a range of sounds and acoustic instruments. His inventive use of hand percussion, cymbals sculptures and bells blend perfectly with abstract textures while establishing definite jazz grooves that sit comfortably amongst electronic beats.

 

There is something for all in their music. First and foremost, they share an enjoyment of sound and performance which touches their audience, no matter what style they may adopt.