• Norm Adams

The Big Trip - London

I guess you don't really need to write much about The Colourscape Music Festival in London...a picture, (especially here) is worth a thousand words!

Needless to say this was a singular experience, playing in a maze of interconnected vinyl bubbles with hundreds of people clad in ponchos made of primary colours, lounging, strolling, talking, bouncing by! What a great venue for improvised music. And to get to play with great players like Nicola, and Lawrence Casserley, Hannah Marshall, and Alison Blunt. Well.

Today, over the course of 4.5 hours, we exchanged thirty minute sets with Hannah, Alison and Lawrence, and then joined with them in two pieces: one with us spread around the bubbles that ring the main central chamber, and one in a more "conventional" setup. I also had a nice spontanious little duet with Lawrence! What a day. Unforgettable.

Sep 22, 2018 at 17:45

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