At the heart of Emulsion’s melting pot of musicians and ideas is the Emulsion Sinfonietta - a colourful line-up of trumpet, violin, clarinets, saxes, oboe/cor anglais, cello, bassoon, electric guitar, piano, bass and drum kit. This unique ensemble is a happy by-product of several Emulsion festivals, and two of the works it has premiered have gone on to win BASCA British Composer Awards in the Contemporary Jazz Category (Joe Cutler's 'Karembeu's Guide to the Complete Defensive Midfielder' - 2016; Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian's 'Muted Lines' - 2017). For this event the Sinfonietta will appear in a myriad of small and large line-ups to perform collaborations, improvisations and new music – much of it written by the players themselves.
Trish Clowes – saxophones
Louise McMonagle – cello
Lauren Weavers – oboe/cor anglais
Donald Grant – violin
Percy Pursglove – trumpet/bass
James Maddren – drums
Ross Stanley – piano/Hammond organ
Chris Montague – guitar
Tom Harrison – saxophone
Mandhira de Saram – violin
Guest appearance from Alexander Hawkins – piano
Sun 16 September & Sun 7 October | 1.30pm - 5.30pm
In the lead up to the festival looking for volunteers to participate in them as well as attend/participate in the Emulsion festival. All these activities would involve making music, giving feedback to performances and rehearsals, answering questionnaires and generally socialising with other audience members and the musicians of Emulsion.
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