I will be performing an improvised live soundtrack to Pier Paolo Pasolini’s 1975 classic “Salò, or the 120 days of Sodom” with amazing group of musicians.
Jacques Beloeil (electronics)
Making a rare London live appearance,
Jac is a London based sound mastering engineer, a musician with a few releases to his name and co-founder of the experimental music label Entr’acte.
You can find a selection of his sound works here:
…and more info on his mastering blog here:
Isabelle Saphiron (Voice/Sax)
Born witness to the emasculation of an ubuesque society Isabelle Saphiron experienced with various forms of expression and impression and settled mainly for poetry and music. As a vocalist and sax player she tries to reshape human life’s sardonic drama into an out of focus paradox, crosscutting between stances which lead to a mutilation of the intrigue, the muse becoming the creator and the creator becoming the artwork. She is part of the duo Jiz alongside musician John Gosling.
Fifi Homan (Cello)
Cellist with a heavily classical background before she met a string of strange and wonderful musicians who opened her up to a love of playing with as many musically different outfits as possible. Recent favourites include a 9-piece folk ensemble for a staging of Peter Bellamy’s opera The Transports, performing & recording an original soundtrack for archive BFI film footage and releasing an album with contemporary quintet, Wooden Arms. Currently recording debut album for emerging artist LUCA.
Helgi’s, 177 Mare St, London E8 3RH on Tuesday 26 February 2019 @ 8pm.
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