At the weekend I took part in a Embodiment and Performance workshop led by actor and Michael Chekhov specialist, Gretchen Egolf, organised by Aller Park Studios at Dartington. It was my first time ever going to a workshop like this, but I was interested in finding out more about Chekhov, since the office where I … Continue reading Embodying Michael Chekhov – an experience
O Yama O is a genre-less music project created by Keiko Yamamoto, artist and cofounder of Cafe Oto in London, and Rie Nakajima, a Japanese installation and performance artist, who had her first major solo exhibition at IKON Gallery in Birmingham last year. I went along to experience it last night at Aller Park Studios, … Continue reading Review: O YAMA O at Aller Park Studios, Dartington
Anticipation built as the trio - Richard Thomas, Jonathan Bohman, Adam Bohman - sat talking each other through the programme on the steps outside the Space studios at Dartington. ‘Just remind me of the sound world of that one,’ said Richard, as if trying to recall the aroma and taste of a fine, rare wine. … Continue reading Review: Secluded Bronte live at Dartington’s Space studios
This gig might have fallen into a few traps in the faintly sterile space of the lecture room-cum-performance space of the University of Plymouth’s Sherwell Centre, but for a free gig in straightened times one keeps an open mind. And I’m glad I did because great performances on saxophone, bass and drums took us on … Continue reading Review: Steve Buckley Trio in University of Plymouth Music Week 2018
Seb Rochford has built up a name for himself as a genre-defying drummer, playing in a range of successful bands (with Mercury-award nominations and other awards to their credit), all defying definition and breaking boundaries. But last weekend’s performance in Dartington Live showed that it is in his own compositions where he really flexes his … Continue reading Review: Seb Rochford in Dartington Live (05/05/2018)
Cage Williams' piano playing is in the Archive of the Now. It is an archive which features an amazing array of contemporary poets who are invited to record readings of their work. Angus Sinclair, the poet, asked Cage to accompany his reading of the Sonnets for Billy Barrix. You can listen to the result on … Continue reading Cage’s piano playing archived
Here is the score with singing parts for the first song on the new album fish out of water to give you and your friends or choir partners the chance to sing the three harmonised parts on this track for yourself. I've also included a simplified version of the piano accompaniment. This publication will make … Continue reading Sing along to Doubt
Here is the new album: https://soundcloud.com/cage-williams Cage Williams would like to thank Edward Kemp and James Kemp for appearing on the track 'Doubt'.