Chris Jarrett meets Luca Ciarla
World-class piano and violin. 30 January
The Chaos Collective present another genre-pushing evening of live music.
The Elliot Galvin Trio was formed in 2012 and sees the meeting of three like- minded creatives. Exploring the possibilities of the traditional piano trio line-up with a sense of playful experimentation, the group play original material written by Elliot. The band effortlessly juggle a number of musical worlds as the realms of classical, jazz, popular and art music all make an appearance. This is held together with a free-spirited, improv sensibility which at times pushes the sonic capabilities and traditions of their instruments to another level. In 2014 they won the European Young Musician of The Year Award in German. They never fail to deliver a performance which perfectly balances technical virtuosity, a healthy dose of fun and playfulness as well as moments of captivating beauty.
“This debut album is just as audaciously accomplished as Galvin’s admirers would have predicted” 4 stars, John Fordham, The Guardian
Their Debut Album ‘Dreamland’ is available on the Chaos Colective label
The Chaos Collective is a group of talented young musicians showcasing and releasing the work of improvisers and composers in the UK, providing a platform for creations that challenge mainstream conventions.
Founded by musicians Laura Jurd, Corrie Dick and Elliot Galvin, Chaos brings together some of the UK’s most open and diverse young improvisers, providing a platform for music that is innovative, honest and collaborative in nature. Home to a variety of ensembles of varying shapes and sizes, The Chaos Collective presents some of the most exciting, new music on the scene today.
With live performance as its primary intention, Chaos ensembles can be found performing regularly in London and elsewhere in the UK. As well as this, Chaos offers an educational programme which will be running in the near future, providing schools with an insight into the realms of improvised music and composition via workshops and performances.