Saturday 18 June 2011 at 12:00pm
Compton Terrace, London, N1 2UN, United Kingdom
Tel: +44.(0)20 7226 1686
FREE ENTRY midday - 2pm
Daylight music is a dazzling idea presented by the Union Chapel to open up their amazing gothic venue to a shiny new daytime crowd and provide a rather exciting platform for artists.
Encouraging experimentation and profiling new music as well promoting a free music ethos. Join us!
Experience music and Saturday afternoons in a whole new way.
World music wordplay, free verse fanfares, binge thinking, bad news blues: Paul Taylor’s globe-trotting musical journeys are distilled into a trunkful of engaging poetry, bounced along in a solo set of classic standards, original pieces, and spontaneous compositions.
Cellestial is an all-female international string quartet of four cellists, based in London. They met playing in Westminster Philharmonic Orchestra in London and are all graduates of music academies throughout Europe.
The quartet’s style of music incorporates classical, rock, jazz, pop and latin and they are able to improvise and have great versatility.
Members of Cellestial Cello String Quartet have played with artists ranging from Razorlight, the Guillemots and London Gospel Group, appearing on Radio 1 Live Lounge and Channel 4′s the Green Room and London Fashion Week. They work with Dune Record Label, Ignition recording studio and Pegasus opera agency.
They have studied under great international professors including; Naomi Butterworth, Richard Markson, Derek Aviss, Martin Weikert, Alexander Boyarsky, Stanislaw Firlej, Claus Reichardt, Tomasz Strahl, Paul Uyterlinde, and ad. Dominik Polonski.
Daylight Winter/Spring 2010:
5 Paper Aeroplanes, howtocuredyslexia + Jo Bartlett
12 This is The Kit, Michael Wookey + The 99 Call
19 Model Village, Chris T-T + Padraig Whelan
26 Gabriel Minnikin, Seaming To + Seamus Fogarty
5 Memory Band, Cosmicorus + Marmaduke Dando
12 Sundown Arts
26 The Last Dinosaur, Cavil + Josienne Clarke
2 Three Cane Whale, Inch-time + Talvihorros
9 Piano Interrupted, Minko + Hong Kong in 60s
16 Her Name is Calla, Message to Bears + Nadine Khouri
7 Gill Sandell, Evi Vine + Waverley Keys
14 London Contemporary Voices, Joanna Chapman Smith
+ The Capybaras
21 Dan Haywood's New Hawks, Kirsty Mcgee Duo + Dom Coyote
4 City Shanty Band, Rozi Plain + Manuela Barczewsk
18 Trombone Poetry + Cellestial Quartet