AMAZING OFFERS: 1) 15% pre-show food discount at The Grasshopper. 2) £1 for young people (U18) and their ‘guardians’!
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This performance by Theo Travis at SoundCellar on 30 July 2020 will be his first ever live streamed performance, and a rare opportunity to hear him in a solo context. Expect music from his solo albums – ‘Slow Life’ and ‘Open Air’, ambient and experimental improvisations, imaginative and radical rearrangements of pieces from Theo’s albums such as ‘Heart of the Sun’ and ‘Earth to Ether’, a cover of a John Surman classic, alto flute, soprano sax, tenor sax and possibly a surprise or two as well.
Theo has released 10 acclaimed solo albums, for which he composed, arranged, produced all the material and played saxophones and flute and he has played on over 130 albums in total. He has performed over 70 times at London’s Ronnie Scott’s club, tours the UK regularly with his jazz quartet, and has performed all over the world including Japan, Norway, Finland, Sweden, the USA, France, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Spain, Denmark, Germany and Israel. He has released recordings made live in New York, Philadelphia, Tokyo, London, Paris and Oslo.
As a sonic experimentalist, he has developed his own system of ambitronics, which utilises looping technology to create canvases of sound on flutes and saxes that are then woven into the music he makes. Such music, performed on the alto flute, was first released on Theo’s acclaimed album Slow Life, which was credited as the inspiration behind the Jonathan Coe novel “The Rain before it Falls”. Theo has developed this technique and incorporated it into his work with Robert Fripp (5 CDs, 3 download albums/ vinyl releases/ 3 tours), David Sylvian (Nine Horses CD and European tour), Soft Machine (4 albums, many international festivals and tours 2006 to date), Gong (2 studio CDs, 3 live albums, 2 DVDs, 3 world tours) and his unique solo performances.
He has also collaborated with other musicians including Harold Budd, Roger Eno, Palle Mikkelborg, Anja Garbarek, John Foxx, Bill Nelson, Keith Tippett, Mick Karn, Steven Wilson, Hatfield and the North, Jah Wobble, John Etheridge and Lol Coxhill
MOJO magazine referred to him as “a brave and restless talent to watch for”.
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15% pre-show food discount at The Grasshopper. Our regular host The Grasshopper, is kindly offering a 15% discount on food from their restaurant prior to every SoundCellar gig! Just show your ticket for that evening’s performance (the ticket QR code on your phone, or a printout). A table must be booked here or tel: 01202 741463 and food orders placed at least 60 minutes prior to the start time of the gig (eg by 7pm for a 8pm start).
£1 for young people (U18) and their ‘guardians’! Thanks to BCP Council’s Music Education Hub, Soundstorm, we are offering entry to all SoundCellar gigs for £1, when accompanied by an adult (entry also £1 for them!) Advance booking only, simply select the U18 option when booking your tickets. The offer is subject to seat availability, so for some of our gigs, it’s best to book early to avoid disappointment. This offer will continue for the foreseeable future, so now is the time to become a regular SoundCellar visitor!