Audio recordings of the December 7th Stet Lab are now online.
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The flooding in Cork city has affected the Lewis Glucksman Gallery. The Gallery has offered generous behind-the-scenes support to Stet Lab, and they’ve hosted improvised music performances by guests of the Lab (including Paul Dunmall, Don Malone, Mark Sanders, John Godfrey, Mick O’Shea, Franziska Schroeder, Bruce Coates and Jamie Smith), numerous Stet Lab (ir)regulars and occasional drop-ins (including Han-earl Park, Neil O’Loghlen, Niwel Tsumbu and Christian Martin).
Audio recordings of the June 8th Stet Lab are now online.
The latest issue of the online magazine eartrip includes, in its accompanying mp3 compilation, a sample from the December 2008 Stet Lab.
Stet Lab now has a photo gallery hosted at Picasa. Below, for example, are John Hough’s photos (© 2009 John Hough) of the February 2009 Lab with Andrea Bonino, Paul Dowling, Paul Dunmall, Neil O’Loghlen, Katie O’Looney, Han-earl Park, Mark Sanders, Jamie Smith, Owen Sutton, Veronica Tadman and Kevin Terry: The diary has now been [...]
I usually refrain from commenting/report on a performance of mine, for the reason that I cannot see what I could/should add to the music… in fact, I quite agree with Leo Smith when he writes: “a piece of improvisation has been done, and after it’s done, there’s nothing to be said about it because it [...]
Audio recordings of the February 10th Stet Lab are now online.
The next Stet Lab takes place in one week (Tuesday, February 10th), upstairs @ The Roundy. The event will feature the awe-inspiring virtuoso saxophonist Paul Dunmall.
Stet Lab with veteran improviser-saxophonist Paul Dunmall on Tuesday, February 10th 2009, upstairs @ The Roundy, Castle Street, Cork, Ireland.
A couple of days after the January Lab, I was discussing with Murray Campbell how you avoid getting too comfortable in the context of group improvisation, and he said something interesting, that you should have a “healthy disrespect for the comfort zone”. It’s an issue that popped up before (I briefly touched on this last [...]