get some soul connection (Cinema Soloriens DYAD)

Cinema Soloriens DYAD get some soul connection Fall Tour EU/UK…

roroharar James Harrar – images, tenor sax, Crumar EVI, reeds, electronics & voice

Rogier Smal – drums & percussion

 

 

 

13 – OKT – DORTMUND – EVINGER SCHLOSS
Cinema Soloriens DYAD
https://musicruhr.wordpress.com/james-harrar-saxes-rogier-smal-drums/

14 – OKT – AMSTERDAM – OCCII
Peter Brötzmann, Jason Adasiewicz, Steve Noble Trio + Terrie Ex + Cinema Soloriens DYAD w/ Alfredo Genovesi 141015
https://www.facebook.com/events/745734895536228/

15 – OKT – BERLIN – TBA
Cinema Soloriens DYAD

16 – OKT – PRAAG – FAMU
Cinema Soloriens DYAD
https://www.facebook.com/events/133531220333615/

17 – OKT – PRAAG – SKOLSKA
Cinema Soloriens DYAD

18 – OKT – PRAAG – TRIGON
Cinema Soloriens DYAD

20 – OKT – HAMBURG – STUBNITZ
Cinema Soloriens DYAD
https://www.facebook.com/events/1501377653505705/

21 – OKT – LONDON – IKLECTIC
Cinema Soloriens DYAD

22 – OKT – GLASGOW – GLAD CAFE
Cinema Soloriens DYAD

23 – OKT – GALASHIELS – MAC ARTS
Cinema Soloriens DYAD

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Since 1994, In addition to continued collaboration with Marshall Allen, leader of Sun Ra’s Arkestra, Harrar has performed with many talented musicians and groups within Cinema Soloriens and outside: Daevid Allen (Gong, Soft Machine), Arthur Doyle, Anne La Berge, Chris Cutler & Geoff Leigh (Artaud Beats, Henry Cow), Michael Gibbons (Bardo Pond), Cathy Hayden, Giovanni Barcella, Eric Thielemans, Charles Cohen, Yahya Abdul-Majid & Art Jenkins (Sun Ra Arkestra) to name a few.

James Harrar has been crafting densely lyrical film-poems since the late 1980’s exhibiting at prestigious venues all over the world such as the Museum of Modern Art, Anthology Film Archives, The Andy Warhol Museum and Yamaguchi Center for Art & Media to name a few. His films are personal in a very direct and explicit sense.

In an intimate form, Harrar attempts to imprint thoughts, dreams and conceptual ideas onto the open-minded viewer while examining the possibilities of perception.

Throughout his career, Harrar has tried to give the viewer new visual experiences while challenging fixed notions of visual language and individual seeing.

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