Day & Night
Venue Address (Get Directions)The Nave
Date and Time
Friday, March 18th, 2011 at 7:30pm
Moon Fool invites you to conjure the rites of Spring with an evening of music exploring themes of Day and Night.
The evening starts at 7.30pm at The Nave, a stunning old church on the corner of Balls Pond and Essex Road - now a Steiner School - in Islington just down the road from Canonbury overground train station.
Tickets cost £11 and £9 (for advance booking) and all takings along with any extra donations will go toward helping to fund the company which is currently on tour with a new independent production as well as going toward all the musician's travel expenses with enormous thanks.
There will be hot drinks served during the interval.
The concert will be partially rehearsed and partially improvised covering music from jazz, folk, liturgical, balkan, new composition to classical and from Serbian, Bulgarian, Indian, Nepali, Russian, Gypsy, Ukrainian, Macedonian, English, Scottish, African origin and more.
Performers lined up include:
Jasmina Stosic - 'From the Well' and 'Perunika Trio'
Billy Harbottle from The Multiple www.myspace.com/billybottle
Nwando Ebizie from Club Popozuda playing hip hop, brazilian beats, african, jazz
Amy Howard from HONK
Malcolm Crowthers and friends playing some Classical repertoire www.malcolmcrowthers.com
Anna-Helena McLean 'From the Well' and Moon Fool www.myspace.com/annahelenamclean
Christopher Sivertsen from Moon Fool and Awake
Max Webster singing folk songs from Nepal, Denmark and further afield www.web.mac.com/maxedenwebster
Megan Wyler once a member of New York's Luminescent Orchestrii and now a solo artist with The Tease www.myspace.com/theteasefeatmeganwyler
and many more incredible friends and performers including Caitlin Smith, Emily Jane Grant, Charlie Cattrall, Itxhel Rubio, Amy Howard, Margaret Freeman...
Bring warm clothes and stick around for a drink after the show. Spread the word and we look forward to welcoming you.
Love and best from
Moon Fool and all