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SUNDAY 29.09.2019

20H30 // DE RUIMTE // Amsterdam // 9€ // Tickets at the door

The legendary Phil Minton / Roger Turner duo has played all over the world, but not in Amsterdam since the 80s. Grab your chance. Also last-minute added is RUIDO OSCURO: Frank Rosaly’s dream band, exploring principles of communal music making from Latin America and the Caribbean

Roger Turner has been working as an improvising percussionist since the early 1970’s, collaborating in numerous established and ad hoc configurations.
solo work, work with electro-acoustic ensembles & open–form song, extensive work with dance and visual artists, plus specific jazz-based ensembles have brought collaborations with the most interesting european & international musicians and performers from Annette Peacock to Phil Minton, Cecil Taylor to Masahiko Satoh, Charles Gayle to Lol Coxhill, Derek Bailey to Otomo Yoshihide.
​Phil Minton has been working as a improvising singer in groups, orchestras and situations, in various locations worldwide. Some composers have written pieces that especially employ his extended vocal techniques and improvisations. He has a quartet with Veryan Weston, Roger Turner and John Butcher and ongoing duos with all the above.
Phil also sings with many other musicians including Audrey Chen, with whom, in the last ten years, have performed as a duo again worldwide. And recently, after a long break, he’s been involved in several of American composer Bob Ostertag’s projects.

RUIDO OSCURO (Ibelisse Guardia Ferragutti – electronics/voice/percussion / Ingebrigt Håker Flaten – bass / Marta Warelis – synthesizer, piano, percussion / Andy Moor – guitar / Frank Rosaly – drums/electronics)
RUIDO OSCURO is Frank Rosaly’s dream band, exploring principles of communal music making from Latin America and the Caribbean.
Using melody, trance, energy and ‘frequency dispersion’, we invite the audience to become enveloped in a communal and spacial expansion through sound. Future outings of this band will include cornetist Rob Mazurek.

Also check:

Phil Minton and Roger Turner
Frank Rosaly