Airton Meeting House

EAP Research Collective

Silence, listening, performing, responding to landscapes and dreams…

I have known the artist David Littler for quite a while, and worked with him on his Yan Tan Tethera combined arts project, Cecil Sharp House in London a few years ago. So when he got in contact about performing in a concert and collaborating on one of his new tracks in his new music project, Scotton Drive, I was very excited to be involved. David has been researching textiles and music for a long time, and more information about his practice can be found on his website http://davidlittler.tumblr.com/

As part of my recent research (DYCP) funded by Arts Council England I had been developing new work for cello and electronics, and wanted to try this new work out publicly. So the opportunity to perform my new piece Soliloquy along with David’s music seemed like a great opportunity.

I travelled up to…

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