Past Events


Auguststr>10, 10117 Berlin


Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga (zither), Tisha Mukarji (piano), Angharad Davies (violin), Henrik Olsson (perc), Anthea Caddy (cello), Axel Dorner (trumpet)
21.30 at Muskauer Str 21, Berlin


Tisha Mukarji+ Angharad Davies, John Edwards and Sebastian Lexer
19.30 www.frim.nu

Sounds New Festival

St Peter's Methodist Church, Cantebury 7.30pm
Gwrthrychau Cyffredin : Rhodri Davies, Angharad Davies, Heledd Francis, Matthew Lovett
Each member of the ensemble has provided a composition tonight and will perform an improvisation/instant composition also in collaboration with Sounds New Poets Patricia Debney and Nancy Gaffield.

Freedom of the City

Common Objects : John Butcher, Rhodri Davies,Angharad Davies, Heledd Francis, Lina Lapelyte, Matthew Lovett, Lee Patterson,
Cecil Sharpe House
7pm start

Her Noise: Feminism and the Sonic

performance of To Valerie Solanas and Marilyn Monroe In Recognition of Their Desperation
Performed by a special ensemble including Claudia Molitor,
Angharad Davies, Cathy Lane, Rachel Aggs, Naomi Graham, Greta Pistaceci,
Holly Ingleton, Lina Lapelyte, Lucy Railton, Maggie Nichols, Sarha Moore,
Sharon Gal, Verity Susman, Caroline Kraabel and Viv Corringham.

Manorexia Tour

Nijmegen, Holland
Angharad Davies (violin), Tim Parkinson (piano), Dan Gresson (percussion),
Jessica Cox (cello), Rachel Steadman (violin) and Nozomi Cohen (viola),
with the composer, JG Thirlwell, on laptop

Manorexia Tour

Roadburn Festival
Tilburg, Holland

Manorexia Tour

ATP presents Union Chapel
Compton Terrace, London, N1 2UN


Sean Bonney, Jennifer Cooke, Emily Critchley, Angharad Davies,
Andrew Spragg Jonty Tiplady
The Centre for Creative Collaboration 16 Acton Street, London WC1X 9NG
Free entry

Servant Jazz Quarters

by various combinations of Angharad Davies (violin), Elaine Mitchener(voice + theremin), Shabaka Hutchins(clarinets+tenor saxophone),
Ute Kanngiesser (cello), Steve Beresford (electronics)
Servant Jazz Quarters
10a Bradbury Street
London N16 8JN

self imposed sabbatical

Jan - April 2022

working on solo material, editing, recording, violin research

Nunnery New Music - Graphic:Score

The Nunnery, 183 Bow Road, London, E3 2SJ
Thomas Stiegler - Sonata Facile (1993)
Tim Parkinson - untitled (1998)
Joseph Kudirka - Vincas/81 (2011)
Jurg Frey - No.1/No.2 (1990)
Joan Key - Notes from paintings
Markus Trunk - Black on Maroon (1990)
Chiyoko Szlavnics - Quick Figure and HC91 from Interior Landscapes I (2011)

violins - Angharad Davies, Sara Hubrich
cello - Anton Lukoszevieze

The Extemporisation Series/No.I

Tickets: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/138604
With performances by...
Padang Food Tigers
Tim Yates + Noura Sanatian + Charlie Sdraulig + Russell Callow
Laurent Rodz
Angharad Davies with Stephen Cornford and Daniel Jones
Venue: GV gallery | 49 Chiltern Street, London, W1U 6LY, UK

55. Atelierkonzert

Angharad Davies violin, Peter Baumgartner laptop, Christoph Schiller spinet
Klingentalstrae 72, 4057 Basel 19.30

POLYproject 1 : Poetry as Score

Jurg Frey, Manfred Werder, Antoine Beuger, Michael PIsaro
Centre for Creative Collaboration
16 Acton St, London, WC1X 9NG 7.30pm (pre-concert discussion 6.30-7pm)
Performers:Antoine Beuger, Angharad Davies, Sarah Hughes, Tim Parkinson, Michael Pisaro, David Stent, Carol Watts and Manfred Werder.

Janacek Academy of Music and Performing Arts Composition and Improvisation Lectures and Workshops

Concert of British Composers
Angharad Davies + Tim Parkinson

Oceans of Silver and Blood with the New String Theory

Venue :Sonic Arts Resource Centre, Belfast 1:00PM
Mark Wastell 36’’ Tam-tam Joachim Nordwall Electronics Rhodri Davies Harp Lina Lapelyte Violin Angharad Davies Violin Claudia Molitor Notation, Piano and Film

Concert Angharad Davies, John Lely, Tim Parkinson and James Saunders

Bath Spa University, Corsham Court
Word Event - The Centre for Musical Research at Bath Spa University is holding a one-day symposium on verbal notation, an approach to scoring that uses the written word, as opposed to symbols, to convey information to whoever chooses to interpret it.
1pm Concert Angharad Davies, John Lely, Tim Parkinson and James Saunders
Scores by G.Douglas Barrett, Michael Pisaro, Mark So

Fold by Lee Patterson

King's Wood, Challock, Kent TN25 4AR 7pm
In 2010 Lee Patterson realised the first phase of his Stour Valley Arts residency with Elemental Fields a location specific sound installation in a disused urban building in central Ashford. Patterson has continued his sonic investigation, uncovering a hidden soundscape in King's Wood. Fold is a new composition resulting from these field recordings. He will perform live with three other musicians - Angharad Davies, Matt Davis and Patrick Farmer.

String Adjudicator for the National Eisteddfod of Wales


Festival Meteo

Mulhouse, France
D.M.C - 17:30 - me concert
Nikos Veliotis violoncelle, Rhodri Davies harpe, Angharad Davies violon

Music We'd Like to Hear

The Church of St Anne and St Agnes, Gresham St, London EC2V
£9 (£6) 7:30 p.m.

Music by:
Jurg Frey
Vincenzo Galilei
Michael Parsons
Chiyoko Szlavnics
Christian Wolff

played by
Angharad Davies & Sara Hubrich - violins
Parkinson Saunders - any sound producing means

Music We'd Like to Hear

The Church of St Anne and St Agnes, Gresham St, London EC2V
£9 (£6) 7:30 p.m.

Music by:
William Cheshire
Philip Corner
Christopher Hobbs
Travis Just
Alvin Lucier
Michael Parsons
new arrangements of traditional Georgian songs

performed by Ensemble We'd Like to Hear

atelier pia maria

atelier pia maria, quellgasse 3 rue de la source, Biel Bienne
Craig Shepard: Four Voice Canon (2010)
Manfred Werder: four performers, pages 19-20 (1999-)
Stefan Thut: vier, 1-12 (2010)
Michael Pisaro: mind is moving #2,3,4,5 (1995/96)

ulenhalle Landhaus

Solothurn, Switzerland
Julia Eckhardt, Stefan Thut, Angharad Davies and Dominic Lash
Johnny Herbert: new work (2011)
John Lely: String Trio or Quartet (2009)
Dominic Lash: for four (2011)
Stefan Thut: vier, 1-12 (2010)
Michael Pisaro: mind is moving #2,3,4,5 (1995/96)