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Sat, 04 Feb

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The Hot Tin, Whitstable Rd, Faversham ME13 8BD, UK

Maya Homburger x Barry Guy x Evan Parker

DOUBLE MATINÉE CONCERT Works for baroque violin by Biber Bach Kurtág and Guy - Maya Homburger, violin, Barry Guy, bass. A set of improvisations for bass and saxophone - Evan Parker, saxophone, Barry Guy, bass.

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Maya Homburger x Barry Guy x Evan Parker

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04 Feb, 16:30 – 20:00

The Hot Tin, Whitstable Rd, Faversham ME13 8BD, UK

About The Event

Works for baroque violin by Biber Bach Kurtág and Guy

Maya Homburger, violin          

Barry Guy, bass

Since he began working closely together with Swiss-born baroque violinist Homburger – they met on an Academy of Ancient Music tour in 1988 – Barry Guy has been bringing his musical interests closer together. Once kept distinct and separate, they are now allowed to spur each other,  to alternate or intermingle.  Down Beat magazine notes  that “Barry Guy’s collaborations with baroque violinist Maya Homburger create a conduit through which music from the 17th century and earlier can mingle effortlessly with contemporary music that privileges improvisation”.

Hymn ( 9. century) Veni Creator Spiritus

H. I. F. Biber “Annunciation“ from Mystery Sonata No 1

(1644 -1704)

Barry Guy “Hommage à Max Bill“    for violin and bass

György Kurtág “In Memoriam László Mensáros“     for solo violin

(* 1926 )

J.S. Bach   Präludium - Adagio - Allemande

from the sonata in e minor  BWV1023

(1685 - 1750)

Barry Guy “Quindecim“   Theme and Variations   I - X

György Kurtág “Hommage à J.S.B.”

J. S. Bach Allemande from the d minor partita BWV1004

Barry Guy “Peace Piece”   for solo bass

“Quindecim“   Variation  XI

“Mirlitonnades” Text   Samuel Beckett

György Kurtág “…Féerie  d’automne”

“perpetuum mobile”

Barry Guy “Quindecim“    -    Variations   XII - XV

A set of improvisations for bass and saxophone

Barry Guy, bass

Evan Parker, saxophone

Barry Guy and Evan Parker first met and played together at the Little Theatre Club,a stone’s throw from Soho, in the late 60s. They were introduced by John Stevens,the original “Godfather of Free Jazz” and played first in his Spontaneous Music Ensemble. then in Guy’s London Jazz Composers’ Orchestra. In the 80s they played in trio with drummer Paul Lytton which in turn invited guests pianists Marilyn Crispell, Alexander von Schlippenbach and Agustí Fernandez, drummer Paul Lovens, trombonist Paul Rutherford and other colleagues touring in Europe and US.  Guy was a founder member of Parker’s ElectroAcoustic Ensemble recording several albums for ECM.  At regular intervals they have recorded in duo.  If the wind is in the right direction will record again at the Hot Tin.

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  • 1 hour

    Doors + Bar + Evan Parker's record collection


  • 1 hour

    Maya Homburger + Barry Guy

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