A quick heads-up: I will be removing some of the audio recordings of Stet Lab’s first year (prior to the November 2008 event). [Listen…] I’ll be removing the audio recordings in August 2013, so you have a few months to download any recordings that you may want to listen to again. I hope to keep [...]
Tag Archives: november 2007
Stet Lab has moved. The new site is at stetlab.wordpress.com.
As previously announced, after thirty-two events over three and a quarter years, I’ve stepped down as curator of Stet Lab as of February 2011. The duties of running the Lab now are in the very capable hands of Veronica Tadman, Tony O’Connor, Athos Tsiopani with curatorial duties handled by Kevin Terry (Kevin and Tony performed [...]
Featuring Ian Smith, Stet Lab’s third birthday event takes place on Monday, November 15, 2010, upstairs @ The Roundy, Castle Street, Cork, Ireland.
Stet Lab featuring Bruce Coates and Jonny Marks with Han-earl Park and Owen Sutton, plus Paul Dowling, Vicky Langan and James O’Gorman on Monday, May 11th 2009, upstairs @ The Roundy, Castle Street, Cork, Ireland.
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 [...]
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 [...]
The opening Stet Lab of 2009 takes place in one week (Monday, January 12th). The event will feature the return of the way-out, unconventional fiddle player Murray Campbell.
The final Stet Lab of 2008 takes place in one week (Tuesday, December 9th). The event will feature Birmingham based saxophonist Bruce Coates.