Jerico Orchestra improvise … blood, ash and metal grinders

May 5, 2012 by     No Comments    Posted under: Archive

 

A diverse group of eight musicians and a dark visualizer, Jerico Orchestra are live jazz improvisers. Inspired by Andy Warhol: black magic – blood –ash – spectral voices: they work in special environments to distort audience’s sense of time and space. It’s going to be a 45-minute improv in Temple.Works.Leeds Open Loading Bay, Friday May 11 and Saturday May 12, early evening – shadowed closely by their audience – with an experimental twist of instrumental drills and metal grinders… and projections to suit. Come and see what they do, and stay to hear how and why they do it!

 

Verity Geeves

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