Collocutor + The Diabolical Liberties

Thu Nov 22 2018

7:00 PM - 10:30 PM

Archspace

340 Acton Mews London E8 4EA

Ages 18+

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Collocutor is the brainchild of saxophonist Tamar Osborn. The project grew from her wish to simply write the music that wanted to be written, rather than focus on a particular audience or context. As such the compositions draw inspiration from the many genres encountered over the course of a varied career, ranging from jazz, afrobeat, Indian classical and Ethiopian roots to polyphonic choral music and minimalism – the link being primarily modal music with a transportive effect.

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EFG London Jazz Festival Presents
Collocutor + The Diabolical Liberties

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    Collocutor is the brainchild of saxophonist Tamar Osborn. The project grew from her wish to simply write the music that wanted to be written, rather than focus on a particular audience or context. As such the compositions draw inspiration from the many genres encountered over the course of a varied career, ranging from jazz, afrobeat, Indian classical and Ethiopian roots to polyphonic choral music and minimalism – the link being primarily modal music with a transportive effect.

  • EFG London Jazz Festival

    EFG London Jazz Festival

    Jazz

EFG London Jazz Festival Presents

Collocutor + The Diabolical Liberties

Thu Nov 22 2018 7:00 PM - 10:30 PM

Archspace London
Collocutor + The Diabolical Liberties
  • Event Cancelled.

Ages 18+

Collocutor is the brainchild of saxophonist Tamar Osborn. The project grew from her wish to simply write the music that wanted to be written, rather than focus on a particular audience or context. As such the compositions draw inspiration from the many genres encountered over the course of a varied career, ranging from jazz, afrobeat, Indian classical and Ethiopian roots to polyphonic choral music and minimalism – the link being primarily modal music with a transportive effect.

Support comes from The Diabolical Liberties