performances: Josh Sinton, Han-earl Park and Dominic Lash (Derby, Newcastle and Sheffield, November 2016)

Josh Sinton (saxophone), Han-earl Park (guitar) and Dominic Lash (double bass) will be playing a short tour of England in November 2016 (see the performance diary for up-to-date info):

Reasons to be excited? These will be Josh’s first performances in England. Plus, though there have been numerous Sinton-Lash, Sinton-Park and Lash-Park collaborations over the years, this will be the first time you get to hear all three of us together. As Jazz North East says, “an opportunity to combine their unique takes on free-form improvisation. So this is a gig that promises to be a revelation for them as well as for us.”

Above video playlist of various performances by Josh, Han and Dom. Videography by Kevin Reilly, Don Mount, Scott Friedlander.

By Josh Sinton, Han-earl Park and Dominic Lash

CD cover of ‘Anomic Aphasia’ (SLAMCD 559) with Han-earl Park, Catherine Sikora, Nick Didkovsky and Josh Sinton (artwork copyright 2015, Han-earl Park)

Anomic Aphasia (SLAMCD 559) [details…]

Performers: Han-earl Park (guitar), Catherine Sikora (tenor and soprano saxophones), Nick Didkovsky (guitar), and Josh Sinton (baritone saxophone and bass clarinet).

© 2015 Han-earl Park.
℗ 2015 SLAM Productions.

alt CD cover of ‘Signal Gain’ (ONR 023) with Josh Sinton and Dominic Lash (copyright 2015, Sinton and Lash)

Signal Gain (ONR 023)

Performers: Josh Sinton (amplified contrabass clarinet, baritone saxophone and bass clarinet) and Dominic Lash (double bass) with Ingrid Laubrock (tenor and soprano saxophones), Nate Wooley (trumpet), Kyoko Kitamura (voice) and Alex Ward (clarinet).

© + ℗ 2015 Josh Sinton and Dominic Lash.

CD cover preview of ‘Sirene 1009’ © 2017 Han-earl Park

‘Sirene 1009’ (coming soon!)

Performers: Sirene 1009 (Han-earl Park: guitar; Dominic Lash: double bass; Mark Sanders: drums; and Caroline Pugh: voice and electronics).

© + ℗ 2017 Han-earl Park.

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