The latest is “Sense: an audio journey,” billed as “a journey from contemporary piano and performance poetry through jazz and electronic fusion to intelligent dance music” and running all afternoon tomorrow, Saturday May 4.
It’s all happening at the new Nishi gallery space at the end of Kendall lane, beside Philip Law Street, diagonally opposite the Palace cinemas.
Some of the performers are Max Cooper, a geneticist, classical composer and electronic producer from the UK, current National Poetry Slam champ CJ Bowerbird, spoken word and guitar duo David and Chris Finnigan, Miroslav Bukovsy’s jazz trio, and Hypnagog.
Here’s the schedule:
1pm – Adam Cook (contemporary piano)
1.30 – Aaron Kirby (poetry)
1.40 – Brian O’Biri-Asare (poetry)
1.50 – CJ Bowerbird (national poetry champion)
2.00 – Finnigan and brother (poetry & guitar)
2.20 – Miroslav Trio (jazz)
3.10 – Yohan Strauss (electronica) & Michael Lui (violin)
4.00 – Max Cooper (UK, live)
6.00 – Gabriel Gilmour (progressive techno)
7.30 – Hypnagog (3 hours, live, intelligent dance music)
10.30 – Loose Cannon
12.00 – depart to the after-party