Lines and Spaces

Event information

Date: Sun, 21 April 2024

Time: 4pm and 7.15pm

Cost: £8 - £25 + Booking Fee

Type: Music , Performance


Lines & Spaces

Corrie Dick and Norman Willmore + Once a Fig (Phoebe Harty, Cori Smith and Rebecka Edlund) at The Samuel Worth Chapel

Two double bill gigs in one day!

Gig 1: Doors 4pm, music 4.30pm – 6.30pm

Gig 2: Doors 7.15pm, music 7.45pm – 9.45pm

Tickets are for a single gig.

Ahead of a brand new album, acclaimed drummer Corrie Dick(Dinosaur, Jacob Collier, and Rob Luft) is joined by one of the most exciting new voices on the UK music scene, saxophonist Norman Willmore (The Peatbog Faeries, Beth Orton). Together they draw direct inspiration from the world of Scottish folk music with a unique setup that includes drums, saxophone and organ foot pedals. They weave ancestral melodies with drones, field recordings and improvisation, giving the tunes renewed meaning, whilst also challenging traditional notions of folk music. Captivating, spontaneous improvised music, from an uplifting and inspiring duo, new vistas formed from ancient traditions.

Here’s some of their music…

“It is a rare and wonderful thing to encounter genuinely original music, the salt-bite of the North Isles is thrust head-first into a brave new experimental world. Here we have two musicians transcending both jazz and folk; utterly in control, and creating a singular voice like no other” – Martin Green

“Their sound is enticing and thoughtfully matches the content, offering a new form from separate musical styles.” – Huw Warren

Once a Fig create spinning, trance-like melodies that morph into electrifying groove-based tunes, beautiful original music from Rebecka Edlund (vocals), Phoebe Harty (cello) and Cori Smith (viola), a trio that met two years ago playing folk music and dancing polskas into the early hours of the morning. Myriad musical soundscapes, intertwining traditional folk melodies, original compositions and improvisation. Rebecka Edlund’s debut album, ’Något om en björk’ was nominated by Lira Music Magazine for the best folk jazz album of the year. You may have caught her previously in Corrie Dick’s wonderful Sun Swells band, and she has performed at renowned venues around Europe with musicians including Rob Luft, Elliot Galvin, Laura Jurd. Phoebe Harty and Cori Smith are Radio 2 Young Folk Award finalists as members of ‘Don’t Feed the Peacocks’, with inspirations including pop, classical and Swedish folk music.

“…a wonderfully calm energy similar to the glow of a warm fire in a room” London Jazz News

Here’s some music…

All tickets sold online via TICKET SOURCE, no tickets on the door. Email [email protected] with any questions about this night.

This is a SGCT volunteer led fundraising event.

Tickets for this event are non-refundable. However, If for any reason the event is cancelled by SGCT, we will refund your ticket. If you have bought a ticket but are unable to attend the event, please contact [email protected] we can try to reallocate it.

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