Best known for his crackling, rumbling, glowing turntable symphonies, U.K. composer Philip Jeck has been creating sound with record-players since the early 80’s. He has worked with many dance and theatre companies and played with musicians/composers such as Jah Wobble, Steve Lacy, Gavin Bryars, Jaki Liebezeit, David Sylvian, Sidsel Endresen and Bernhard Lang. He has released 12 solo albums, the most recent “Iklectik”, a live recording on the Touch label. “Suite”,
Jonathan Raisin is a composer and improvising musician based in Liverpool.
Over a varied career he has performed in swimming pools, a piano shop, a forest and numerous falling down buildings as well as more traditional venues.
He has toured nationally, presenting cutting edge multi-media shows and continued works collaboratively with writers, artists, dancers and theatre makers. The recent theatre show, Sea Breeze, re-animated the derelict Winter Gardens in Morecambe and was chosen by The Guardian as one of its no. 1 theatre shows of 2014.
For many years he curated the legendary Lost Voices music night in Liverpool.
For this event they will revisit their mesmerising debut collaboration, The Long Wave, a BBC commission first performed at the Music Room, Liverpool in 2017, and will present a new work specially created for The Arts Centre EHU.
Tickets £10 / £8 concessions / £5 EHU students and school parties of 10 or more
FREE for EHU Students with Arts Centre Membership