SAMUEL RODGERS + REBECCA LEE IN OXFORD

Samuel Rodgers (electronics) and Rebecca Lee (flute), are Oxford Improvisers’ guests for the next monthly gig.

Highly recommended: innovative and subtle music-making at its best.
See you there!
Old Fire Station Oxford Tuesday 4th November 2014 – £8/£6 at the door, bar, doors 7.30, music starts at 8.00

Rebecca is a musician and artist based at PRIMARY, Nottingham. She works with sound in a number of ways; producing publications, installations, film scores, performances and audio works which deal with field recordings. She studied music at Nottingham University, gaining an MA (with performance) studying with flautist Carla Rees and also plays viola da gamba, piano and sings. Rebecca has produced work and commissions for Fermynwoods Contemporary Art, The Broadcaster, TransportedArt, SoundSprial and with Active Ingredient at Barracão Maravilha, Rio de Janeiro. She has performed with various ensembles, including the Phantasie Viol Consort, Los Grecos, The Rosa Trio, Rarescale Flute Academy and most recently with Jack Harris and Samuel Rodgers.

www.rebeccalee.info
Samuel Rodgers is a musician and artist working across improvisation, sound recording, performance and installation. He works with electronics: exploring feedback, amplifying objects and spaces, filtering sounds through materials; as well as playing piano. His approach is often characterised by restraint, tending toward silence and sounds on the threshold of perception; sounds in relation to space and the surrounding environment.
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> Samuel has performed across the UK and in Europe, and has recordings released on Another Timbre, Cathnor, Organized Music from Thessaloniki and Copy for Your Records, with a forthcoming recording on Notice Recordings. He is a member of the Set Ensemble and co-curates the Consumer Waste record label. He holds a Masters Degree in Time-based Art Practices from Dartington College of Arts where he also studied BA Music Composition with Frank Denyer.

www.samuelrodgers.info
www.consumerwaste.org.uk

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