Where's the Flour
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Where's the Flour

Although flour is slowly coming back to the shop's shelves, and the UK is supposed to have pubs open early July, large gatherings remain unpermitted. To combat this lack of meeting, join us for a live-stream contemporary music concert directly from our living room. The program will include a new trio for beans in containers, a looping vibraphone solo, transplanted pieces for toy piano, recorder music, glissandos, and a Song For Brexit. Performances and compositions by Colin Frank, Henry McPherson, and non-composer Maria Sappho, with compositions additionally by Cat Hope, Philippe Hurel, Alison Knowles, John Cage and more. Concert begins at 19:30 BST with the live-stream opening beforehand around 19:15. Cosy up with a beverage, sit outside in the sun, or continue that tapestry from lockdown's outset while having Savile Road on your screen. ---- BIO: Savile road has been hosting contemporary and new music for over 6 months with a related gallery programme devised and implemented to showcase international talent in music, art, and movement. Savile road aims to provide life-altering existential experiences for individualist and postmodern artistic bathtub owners. Savile Road has become a Lindley national platform for new music and related contemporary art forms in Britain; to marginally arouse existing audiences with stylish, high fashion, se chic, Covergirl performances. Join us this year in 2020 for an innovative programme presented by the Savile Road Ensemble. María Sappho- imminent non composer and contrary artist Colin Frank- revolutionary composer composer and object agientalist Henry McPherson- groundcreating trans/inter/intra/disciplinary art-tist and sour dough starter father