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, clubs Tim Spooner Lady Vendredi Bastard Assignments + Thick & Tight + Lady Vendredi Block 336, London, UK Bastard Assignments is a collective of composer-performers that includes Timothy Cape, Edward Henderson, Caitlin Rowley and Josh Spear. Consisting of six performances that interrogate the remix and its role on the stage, the evening begins simply and ends in a riot of colour, playfulness and
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the influence of visual artists like Ryan Trecartin and Tino Sehgal (both of whom have had work in the otherwise largely composer-centric London Contemporary Music Festival). As composer Edward Henderson of Bastard Assignments said regarding artworks like Sehgal’s This Progress or Martin Creed’s Work No 569: Piano: “That’s music! That’s what I do! You’re a composer, Tino! It’s more than notes. But
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around them. He worked for the English Folk Dance And Song Society and the BBC, and as an independent operator he collaborated with prominent folk archivists and collectors such as Alan Lomax, Hamish Henderson, Sean O’Boyle and Séamus Ennis. “What makes this website unique is the way it contextualises recordings and photographs of performers with Peter’s own notes about them,” says Andrew Pace, who has
Finnissy’s four Organ Symphonies (completed during 2008) reflected consciously on the cultural history and repercussions of organ music from Bach to Messiaen. Meanwhile, another British composer, Edward Henderson, issued a tempting invitation in 2014 to a concert in St John’s Church, Notting Hill in West