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Instant Composers Pool

Monday 30 October, 7.30pm
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

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£18 (£16 concessions, £14
res view, £10 students)

Instant Composers Pool 
Monday 30 October 7.30pm
2 hours including interval
Djanogly Theatre
£18 (£16 concessions, £14 restricted view, £10 students)

Thomas Heberer trumpet/cornet
Wolter Wierbos trombone
Mary Oliver violin/viola
Michael Moore clarinet/alto sax
Ab Baars clarinet/tenor sax
Tobias Delius clarinet/tenor sax
Guus Janssen piano
Tristan Honsinger cello
Ernst Glerum bass
Han Bennink drums

Celebrating both 50 years of the group, and also Han Bennink’s 75th birthday, the Instant Composers Pool (ICP) is a unique and internationally renowned collective of Dutch composer-improviser-instrumentalists formed in 1967 by Misha Mengelberg, Han Bennink and Willem Breuker.

Over the years, the ever-evolving orchestra has collaborated with many giants of the experimental music world. Their current line-up consists of ten of the most innovative musical voices from around the globe, including ICP co-founder Han Bennink – one of the most in demand drummers in Europe, saxophonists/clarinettists Michael Moore, Ab Baars and trombonist Wolter Wierbos.

The exact programme is always a surprise, as the band decides just a few minutes before the performance what they will be playing. From ragtime to swing, bop to free jazz, classical to carnival, the ICP Orchestra continues to be at the forefront of experimental music. Nothing else sounds quite like them and no two gigs are ever alike.

“The Instant Composers Pool Orchestra, from Amsterdam…they are scholars and physical comedians, critics and joy-spreaders.” New York Times

Foodie Treats:
Eat Dutch
Available from 5.30pm in the Pavilion Café, with last orders 45 minutes before the start of the concert.