Past Events

Jim Thirwell Manorexia




Aus Den Sieben Tagen



Cafe Oto, London 2pm - 10pm

Oceans of Silver and Blood proudly present


8 International Sound Artists
Separated and joined by time for 8 hours

Angharad Davies (Wales)
Henrik Rylander (Sweden)
Tomas Korber (Switzerland)
Bill Kouligas (Greece)
Lasse Marhaug (Norway)
Joachim Nordwall (Sweden)
Nikos Veliotis (Greece)
Mark Wastell (England)

This concert marks the third interpretation of Joachim Nordwall's Drone People series. Previously there has been a 5 hour version in Amsterdam and a 24 hour version in Stockholm.







Rodrigo Montoya, Marcio Mattos, Javier Carmona, Angharad Davies, Matt Davis & Patrick Farmer

Cafe OTO, London

WEDNESDAY 12th November 2008

Times : 8pm/Tickets : £6

Link- http://www.cafeoto.co.uk/programme/Trio-RodrigoMontoyaMarcioMattosJavierCarmona.shtm

Two new improvising trios featuring :

Rodrigo Montoya (tsugaru-shamisen)
Marcio Mattos (cello, double-bass)
Javier Carmona (drums, percussion)


Angharad Davies (violin)
Matt Davis (trumpet, electronics)
Patrick Farmer (amplified percussion

Apartment House


Tony Conrad + Angharad Davies


John White - C Major Machine

Performers - Angharad Davies, John Lely, Tim Parkinson, James Saunders

Catherine Kontz, Jez Riley French + Angharad Davies

Seeds and Bridges

Cafe Oto


'Redux' Live- ensemble performance

The Basement Gallery Dundalk Presents,


'Redux' is an exhibition of new and recreated works by Tom Flanagan. The exhibition explores ideas of displacement in everyday experience and its metamorphosis into the surreal and subliminal. Through�film, installation, performance, sets and sculptural objects, real and fictional characters, images and actions collude in the pursuit of a growing body of personal mythologies and archetypes.

'Superego' redux is a single channel�experimental film, which will be screened and performed live on the opening night at 8pm with an ensemble of musicians from the UK and Ireland including Angharad Davies, Robert Casey and Scott McLaughlin. The exhibition also includes a limited edition artist book commissioned by the Basement Gallery and supported by the Arts Council of Ireland.


Tom Flanagan is a visual artist, filmmaker, curator and lecturer in digital media based in Galway. Recent group exhibitions include Live@no8 Galway 2008, , Phoenix Video Art Festival Brighton, In-Feed@The Blackwood Gallery Toronto Canada, Spark Contemporary Art Space in Syracuse NY, New York, Artspace 21 Galway, 'HappenStance' Artspace Galway, Tuam Arts Festival, �House Projects 'Lighthouse Caravan' London 2007(Solo exhibitions) Tulca Galway 2006, 2005, Studio 6 Temple Bar Gallery and Studios Dublin 2006, Belltable Arts centre Limerick 2004.

Perview 7.30 pm Thursday July 10th
Live ensemble performance 8pm sharp

Music We'd Like to Hear

Music we'd like to hear: three concerts on three wednesdays curated by three composers

Tim Parkinson: 2nd july 2008

Still/s 1-6

Markus Trunk: 9th july 2008

organ and silence

John Lely: 16th july 2008

portrait of michael parsons

Venue / Time: 7:30 church of st anne & st agnes london ec2 7bx.

£9 (£6)


Galerie Nosbaum & Reding

Experimental scores and free improv at
Galerie Nosbaum & Reding, Art Contemporain
4 rue Wiltheim, L-2733 Luxembourg

Angharad Davies, Ansuman Biswas, Catherine Kontz, Henri Vaxby and Rhodri Davies

Premiere of new work commissioned by the Banque centrale du Luxembourg. By invitation only.

Tony Conrad, MV Carbon, Dominic Lash + Angharad Davies

Tate Modern, Turbine Hall

Lost and Found Project

Lost and Found Project, Oxford Brookes

SARU symposium 09-JUN-2008: LOST & FOUND

1030-1730, RHB07 & RHB10, Richard Hamilton Building, Oxford Brookes University

Sonic Art Research Unit http://ah.brookes.ac.uk/saru


MICHAEL FINNISSY [composer-performer; University of Southampton]

GEOFF HANNAN [composer]

JOHN LELY [composer; Goldsmiths College]

DAVID LILLINGTON [writer-curator]

PAUL NEWLAND [composer; Oxford Brookes University; Trinity-Laban]

REDELL OLSEN [poet-writer; Royal Holloway]

TIM PARKINSON [composer-performer]

JAMES SAUNDERS [composer-performer; Bath Spa University]


PAUL WHITTY [composer; Oxford Brookes University]


Great Hall , Goldsmiths College, London, UK 7:00 pm featuring free improvisation and electronics by

 Mike Bullock (banjo, electr.), Jamie Coleman (trmp), Angharad 
 Davies (vln), John Lely (unspec.), Sebastian Lexer (pno+) & Seymour 
 Wright (sax)
 The Lawn
 Trinity College of Music Improv group
 Directed by Mark Lockheart

 entry: free/donations (sugg. £6), doors open 6:50 pm

 contact: interlace at incalcando dot com tel: 07932 566 378
 website: http://interlace.incalcando.com/
 venue: Great Hall, Goldsmiths College, Lewisham Way, New Cross, London SE14

Tom Chant, John Edwards, Ben Drew + Angharad Davies

First Last LMC

Big Group Meeting

John Bisset guitar, Sylvia Platzer cello, Lee 
Patterson amplified found objects, Antony Pritchard voice, Angharad Davies violin

Residency at q-02 Bruxelles

Working with Cranc with open concert

Ad Hoc

Synergy Centre, Camberwell.

Another line up of vocal, theatrical and instrumental works being premiered this evening.
The program includes
Laura Moody - an eclectic and explosive mixture of cello and voice
Betsy and her voices present a new work devised around the idea of REM sleep patterns
Raymond Hardy presents a brand new female vocal trio and solo piece
Morag Galloway, in collaboration with Ian MacDonald present the world premiere of 'Exercise In Futility', an exciting and thought provoking piece of music theatre.
Angharad Davies will perform Henri Vaxby's new work for solo violin and voice.Henri Vaxby performs Cahiers Trouvés, a graphic score by Catherine Kontz based on French Nouvelle Vague.

Residency at q-02 Bruxelles - Cloned

Working on own material

Big Group Meeting

Phil Durrant, Steve Beresford, Eugene Martynec, Rob, Jonathan Webb, Angharad Davies