Trio Martin Kuchen, Seymour Wright, Daichi Yoshikawa.Rie Nakajima more TBCMARTIN KÜCHEN / saxophones Originally a flautist, Kuchen took up the saxophone and dived headlong into free improvisation drawing inspiration from fellow Scandanavians GUSH, Lokomotiv Konkret and Iskra.In the last decade he has toured and performed in Scandinavia and Europé with figures like Phil Minton, Sirone, Mark Sanders, Burkhard Beins, Andrea Neumann, Tony Wren, Cloudchamber, Tony Bevan, Luc Houtkamp, Joe Williamson. http://www.efi.group.shef.ac.uk/musician/mkuchen.htmlhttp://mathka.bandcamp.com/album/hellstormRie Nakajima is an artist working with installations and performances that produce sound. Her works are most often composed in direct response to unique architectural spaces using a combination of audio materials and found objects. The works created for the purposes of “playing” the sounds she has in mind are often placed matter-of-factly on the floor or take the form of assembled objects that serve as sound makers, giving rise to inorganic spaces. Listening to the works in such finely honed environments brings to the surface in a pure way people’s imagination, memories, and deepest thoughts. http://www.rienakajima.com/http://www.seymourwright.com/http://daichiyoshikawa.tumblr.com/



Olive Cafe

18 Stoke Newington High St., N16 7PL London,


Trio Martin Kuchen, Seymour Wright, Daichi Yoshikawa.
Rie Nakajima more TBC

MARTIN KÜCHEN / saxophones 

Originally a flautist, Kuchen took up the saxophone and dived headlong into free improvisation drawing inspiration from fellow Scandanavians GUSH, Lokomotiv Konkret and Iskra.

In the last decade he has toured and performed in Scandinavia and Europé with figures like Phil Minton, Sirone, Mark Sanders, Burkhard Beins, Andrea Neumann, Tony Wren, Cloudchamber, Tony Bevan, Luc Houtkamp, Joe Williamson. 
http://www.efi.group.shef.ac.uk/musician/mkuchen.html
http://mathka.bandcamp.com/album/hellstorm


Rie Nakajima 

is an artist working with installations and performances that produce sound. Her works are most often composed in direct response to unique architectural spaces using a combination of audio materials and found objects. 

The works created for the purposes of “playing” the sounds she has in mind are often placed matter-of-factly on the floor or take the form of assembled objects that serve as sound makers, giving rise to inorganic spaces. Listening to the works in such finely honed environments brings to the surface in a pure way people’s imagination, memories, and deepest thoughts. 

http://www.rienakajima.com/

http://www.seymourwright.com/
http://daichiyoshikawa.tumblr.com/


18 Stoke Newington High St.N16 7PL London,

Stephan Rives and Seymour Wright, Grundik Kasyansky and Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga Daichi Yoshikawa and Paul AbbotSTEPHANE RIVEShttp://soundcloud.com/stephane-rivesMy playing is not about arriving at something; instead, it is an instant that answers to that logic. My musical reflection focuses on questions of praxis. I am not driven by musical intention in the strict sense of the term, but the experience of sound I propose represents a means of “exciting” the listener, a way of questioning, of shaking up his feeling of psycological security and transforming his relationship to listening.Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigogahttp://www.apstrophe.net/dimitra.htmlhttp://thesorg.bandcamp.com/album/stroke-by-strokeDimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga (Thessaloniki, Greece 1981) is currently based in London. She has previously lived in Athens for a couple of years and before that in Barcelona for several years, where she acquired a Ph.D. in theoretical linguistics investigating the notion of (in)definiteness. During her stay in Barcelona she gradually got involved in experimental non-academic music. She was influenced and attracted by free and electro-acoustic improvisation, its multiple historical situations and its concurrences with modern composition strategies and jazz. She is active in the field of experimental, electro-acoustic and improvised music since 2006. She plays the zither, an old folk instrument, since 2006, and remaps its territory. She treats it as the interior of a piano and a resonance box, extending its sonic possibilities by preparing its strings making use of various objects detached from their typical usage. http://www.seymourwright.com/http://daichiyoshikawa.tumblr.com/http://www.paulabbott.net/paul/index-content.html


Olive Cafe

18 Stoke Newington High St., N16 7PL London, United Kingdom

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Stephan Rives and Seymour Wright, 
Grundik Kasyansky and Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga 
Daichi Yoshikawa and Paul Abbot

STEPHANE RIVES
http://soundcloud.com/stephane-rives

My playing is not about arriving at something; instead, it is an instant that answers to that logic. My musical reflection focuses on questions of praxis. I am not driven by musical intention in the strict sense of the term, but the experience of sound I propose represents a means of “exciting” the listener, a way of questioning, of shaking up his feeling of psycological security and transforming his relationship to listening.

Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga
http://www.apstrophe.net/dimitra.html
http://thesorg.bandcamp.com/album/stroke-by-stroke

Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga (Thessaloniki, Greece 1981) is currently based in London. She has previously lived in Athens for a couple of years and before that in Barcelona for several years, where she acquired a Ph.D. in theoretical linguistics investigating the notion of (in)definiteness. During her stay in Barcelona she gradually got involved in experimental non-academic music. She was influenced and attracted by free and electro-acoustic improvisation, its multiple historical situations and its concurrences with modern composition strategies and jazz. 

She is active in the field of experimental, electro-acoustic and improvised music since 2006. She plays the zither, an old folk instrument, since 2006, and remaps its territory. She treats it as the interior of a piano and a resonance box, extending its sonic possibilities by preparing its strings making use of various objects detached from their typical usage. 

http://www.seymourwright.com/
http://daichiyoshikawa.tumblr.com/
http://www.paulabbott.net/paul/index-content.html

18 Stoke Newington High St.N16 7PL London, United Kingdom

André Pinto (Electronics + maybe Sax) and Artur Vidal (Sax)Oier Iruretagoiena (Electronics Laptop)and Seymour Wright(Sax)Daichi Yoshikawa (Feedback and Objects) and Paul AbbotArtur Vidal 
Born in León, Spain, Artur Vidal grew up in Paris, where he completed his degree in Art History at the University of Paris I Sorbonne. His musical studies include workshops and courses with Francisco López, Lê Quan Ninh, Fred Frith and Eddie Prevost, with on-site work in Capadoccia, the Amazon, Paris and Trièves, among others. His sound-art work revolves around field recordings, dance, “site-specific” works and improvised music, for which he is currently developing a new setup involving electro-acoustic manipulation of the alto saxophone and amplified objects. With a growing reputation on the international improvised music scene, he is currently active in Spain, France, Turkey, Mexico, and Czech Republic, including performances with his duo, Relentless, and collaborations with musicians such as Ingar Zach, Thanos Chrysakis and Alexander Bruck, among others.





Olive Cafe

18 Stoke Newington High St., N16 7PL London

André Pinto (Electronics + maybe Sax) and Artur Vidal (Sax)
Oier Iruretagoiena (Electronics Laptop)and Seymour Wright(Sax)
Daichi Yoshikawa (Feedback and Objects) and Paul Abbot

Artur Vidal 

Born in León, Spain, Artur Vidal grew up in Paris, where he completed his degree in Art History at the University of Paris I Sorbonne. His musical studies include workshops and courses with Francisco López, Lê Quan Ninh, Fred Frith and Eddie Prevost, with on-site work in Capadoccia, the Amazon, Paris and Trièves, among others. His sound-art work revolves around field recordings, dance, “site-specific” works and improvised music, for which he is currently developing a new setup involving electro-acoustic manipulation of the alto saxophone and amplified objects. With a growing reputation on the international improvised music scene, he is currently active in Spain, France, Turkey, Mexico, and Czech Republic, including performances with his duo, Relentless, and collaborations with musicians such as Ingar Zach, Thanos Chrysakis and Alexander Bruck, among others.
18 Stoke Newington High St.N16 7PL London

Ståle Liavik Solberg(Drum and Percussion) Daichi Yoshikawa (Feedback and objects)and Ross LambertUte Kanngiesser (Cello) Solohttp://www.utekanngiesser.com/http://soundcloud.com/stllvkslbrghttp://www.myspace.com/rosslambertimprov
Cafe Olive 18 Stoke Newington High Street, London, Greater London N16 7PL


Ståle Liavik Solberg(Drum and Percussion) 
Daichi Yoshikawa (Feedback and objects)
and Ross Lambert
Ute Kanngiesser (Cello) Solo


http://www.utekanngiesser.com/
http://soundcloud.com/stllvkslbrg
http://www.myspace.com/rosslambertimprov

Cafe Olive 18 Stoke Newington High Street, London, Greater London N16 7PL

Tom Soloveitzik
Musician, specialising in experimental and improvised music, and sound artist. Performs in Europe, US and Israel. Regular attendee of Eddie Prevost’s weekly free improvisation workshop. Studies for an MA in Sound Arts at the London College of Communication.'Three states of freedom' - latest album out with Korhan Erel & Kevin Davis on Creative Sources. http://creativesourcesrec.com/catalog/catalog_212.htmlhttp://soundcloud.com/tom_soloveitzikhttp://www.tomsoloveitzik.com/Eddie Prevost,Eddie Prévost plays with immense fire, grace and invention. Founder of the essential AMM, collaborator of the greatest improvisers internationally, since the 60’s he has kept a continuous contact with the scene and always manages to invent anew his contribution to “meta-music”. “Prévost’s free drumming flows superbly making use of his formidable technique. It’s as though there has never been an Elvin Jones or Max Roach.” - Melody MakerRebecca Ribichini
Kevin Davis
Seymour Wright

Tom Soloveitzik

Musician, specialising in experimental and improvised music, and sound artist. Performs in Europe, US and Israel. Regular attendee of Eddie Prevost’s weekly free improvisation workshop. Studies for an MA in Sound Arts at the London College of Communication.

'Three states of freedom' - latest album out with Korhan Erel & Kevin Davis on Creative Sources. 
http://creativesourcesrec.com/catalog/catalog_212.html

http://soundcloud.com/tom_soloveitzik
http://www.tomsoloveitzik.com/

Eddie Prevost,
Eddie Prévost plays with immense fire, grace and invention. Founder of the essential AMM, collaborator of the greatest improvisers internationally, since the 60’s he has kept a continuous contact with the scene and always manages to invent anew his contribution to “meta-music”.

“Prévost’s free drumming flows superbly making use of his formidable technique. It’s as though there has never been an Elvin Jones or Max Roach.” - Melody Maker

Rebecca Ribichini

Kevin Davis

Seymour Wright

Kostis Kilymishttp://www.kostiskilymis.com/Kostis Kilymis is an artist focusing on audio feedback systems and representation. His practice touches upon music, installation work and video – developed using a mixture of electronic and acoustic approaches. In performance, he has collaborated with various musicians such as Lucio Capece, Nikos Veliotis, Leif Elggren, Patrick Farmer and Sarah Hughes. He also runs the Organized Music from Thessaloniki music label.Phil Juliancmx.org.uk/Philip Julian has been an active part of the experimental music underground since the late 1990’s recording numerous works under the name Cheapmachines and under his own name since 2008 in various collaborative and solo performances.Dimitra Chatzigogahttp://www.apstrophe.net/dimitra.htmlDimitra Lazaridou Chatzigoga (Thessaloniki, Greece, 1981) is currently based in Athens. She plays the zither since 2006. She treats it as the interior of a piano, extending its sonic possibilities by preparing its strings making use of various objects detached from their usual usage, as well as of electronic media as the e-bow. She is particularly interested in the co-articulation of acoustic and electronic sounds on the resonance box of an instrument.http://www.apstrophe.net/dimitra.html

Kostis Kilymis
http://www.kostiskilymis.com/

Kostis Kilymis is an artist focusing on audio feedback systems and representation. His practice touches upon music, installation work and video – developed using a mixture of electronic and acoustic approaches. In performance, he has collaborated with various musicians such as Lucio Capece, Nikos Veliotis, Leif Elggren, Patrick Farmer and Sarah Hughes. He also runs the Organized Music from Thessaloniki music label.

Phil Julian
cmx.org.uk/

Philip Julian has been an active part of the experimental music underground since the late 1990’s recording numerous works under the name Cheapmachines and under his own name since 2008 in various collaborative and solo performances.


Dimitra Chatzigoga

http://www.apstrophe.net/dimitra.html
Dimitra Lazaridou Chatzigoga (Thessaloniki, Greece, 1981) is currently based in Athens. She plays the zither since 2006. She treats it as the interior of a piano, extending its sonic possibilities by preparing its strings making use of various objects detached from their usual usage, as well as of electronic media as the e-bow. She is particularly interested in the co-articulation of acoustic and electronic sounds on the resonance box of an instrument.

http://www.apstrophe.net/dimitra.html

Jiada in June

9th of June Satureday 2012

Martin Küchen(Sax)
Seymour Wright(Sax)
Daichi Yoshikawa(Electoronics)

Ståle Liavik Solberg (Percussion) and John Russell(Guitar)

Martin Küchen

Originally a flautist, Kuchen took up the saxophone and dived headlong into free improvisation drawing inspiration from fellow Scandanavians GUSH, Lokomotiv Konkret and Iskra.

In the last decade he has toured and performed in Scandinavia and Europé with figures like Phil Minton, Sirone, Mark Sanders, Burkhard Beins, Andrea Neumann, Tony Wren, Cloudchamber, Tony Bevan, Luc Houtkamp, Joe Williamson.


Ståle Solberg

Young Norwegian drummer playing iin VCDC with Fred Lonberg-Holm and Frode Gjerstad as well as other groups.



6 Pound 5 pound for concession
Address: Olive Café Bar Restaurant
18 Stoke Newington High St.
N16 7PL - LONDON
Telephone: 020 7249 6650

Jiada 4th of May friday 2012 

Olive Café Bar Restaurant 18 Stoke Newington High St. N16 7PL - LONDON

Duo of Seijiro Murayama, seymour Wright.
Clorinde
Trio: Ross Lambert, Jennifer Allum, Daichi Yoshikawa

http://www.seijiromurayama.com/biography
http://www.seymourwright.com/
http://clorinde.org/
http://www.jenniferallum.info/

As Alike As Trees Festival

Our friends are playing here

As Alike As Trees Festival

Saturday 5th March

Afternoon 2pm–

Evening 7pm–

David O’Connor
Matthew Olczak

Pascal Battus FR

Grundik Kasyansky 
Guillaume Viltard 
Marjolaine Charbin FR

Tim Yates 
Russell Callow
 
Carole Finer 
Anat Ben-David
Chris Hyde-Harrison

Ute Kanngiesser
Jennifer Allum
Matt Davis

Hubbub (Frédéric Blondy FR
Bertrand Denzler SWISS
Jean-Luc Guionnet FR
Jean-Sébastien Mariage FR
Edward Perraud FR)

Sunday 6th March

Afternoon 2pm–

Evening 7pm–

Walter Cardew
Jerry Wigens
Romauld Wadych 
David Papapostolou

Seymour Wright
Klaus Filip AT

AMM (John Tilbury 
Eddie Prévost)

Jamie Coleman
Ross Lambert
Paul Abbott
Philip Somervell

Gabriel Humberstone
Matt Hammond

Christoph Schiller GERSebastian Lexer

Tickets

Available from We Got Tickets 
One session £8 / 6.5
Day £15 / 12.5

Weekend £28 / 24

Tickets are also available on the door

Contact

info [at] asalikeastrees.org

Location

Hume Studio
The Rag Factory
16 Heneage St
London E1 5LJ
ragfactory.org.uk

Beer will be available from 

The Kernel Brewery, London..