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Created and led by Tara Franks
For parents and babies/toddlers (0-5s)
This joy-filled class offers the opportunity for parents to sing, dance and shake along to songs from around the world and original tunes.
Yoga classes are available Tuesday mornings and Thursday lunchtimes. If you fancy taking time out to relax and revitalise during your day, why not come and try out a session?
Directed by Scott Stroman, the London Jazz Orchestra is "as fine a band as you can find anywhere" (Independent) and these up-close-and-personal sessions showcase great writing and soloing from a band that includes many of London’s top musicians, as well as new talents.
Mopomoso: The UK’s longest running concert series dedicated to free improvisation, now in it’s 22nd year, with a programme highlighting the contrasts between acoustic and electronic music.
KOOK - Jorn Erik Ahlsen (guitar / live electronics), Stian Larsen (guitar / live electronics) duo
Young Norwegian guitar duo playing animated ambient music with its heart rooted in free improvisation. We are very pleased to host the UK debut for this intriguing duo.
Diatribes - Cyril Bondi (floor tom / objects), d’incise (laptop / objects) duo
Formed in 2004, and based in Geneva, Diatribes employ a range of objects, percussion and electronics to produce a dense sound, creating a tension between linearity and cuts combined with a developed acoustic sensibility, that layers textures and drones in an engaging soundscape. Mopomoso debut.
The leading vocalist of his generation, Minton’s remarkable abilities are sought around the world in a wide range of contexts. This duo with guitarist Russell gives full rein to both their capabilities in a free flowing exchange of musical ideas. At times visceral, at others cerebral, the music allows the listener to ‘get up close’ to the music as it unfolds in real time. A truly captivating experience.
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The Vortex Jazz Club
Live Jazz Award winner in the
2013 Parliamentary Jazz Awards
Mon, 27 May
Dan Messore's Indigo Kid