LUME @ Hundred Years Gallery 10.12.21

We’ve come to our final gig this season and have a very special evening in store: the album release set for ‘Hold Music’ (Luminous label) by cr-ow-tr-io: Cath Roberts (baritone saxophone), Otto Willberg (double bass) and Tullis Rennie (trombone). First meeting duo set from Elliot Galvin (keyboards) and Dee Byrne (alto saxophone/effects), plus a solo set from Hannah Marshall (cello).

Doors 19:30, music starts at 20:00. £5 or more – pay what you can. Tickets are on sale now – limited capacity of 20. buy tickets

Hundred Years Gallery, 13 Pearson Street, London, E2 8JD. Nearest station: Hoxton (Overground).

Dee Byrne
Dee Byrne is a London-based saxophonist, composer and improviser with an interest in pushing the boundaries of jazz. Dee collaborates with artists from the UK and Europe who occupy the area of contemporary jazz, avant-garde and free improvisation.

Elliot Galvin
Pianist Elliot Galvin is one of the rising stars of UK jazz. A superbly gifted composer and pianist, whose maverick imagination and magpie like ability to blend a disparate world of influences into his own unique musical vision has seen him compared to Django Bates although in truth he sounds like no one except himself.

Hannah Marshall
One of the leading improvising string players in the UK, Hannah Marshall has been active on the free improv scene across Europe for many years. As well as experimenting with approaches to the cello through improvisation, she is a sound designer and co-creates theatre, dance and performance projects.

Tullis Rennie
Tullis Rennie is a composer, improvising trombonist, electronic musician and field recordist. His work has been presented at concerts and festivals across 20 countries, alongside UK national broadcasts on BBC Radio 3 and Resonance FM. He is co-founder of Walls On Walls with visual artist Laurie Nouchka, and a member of the Insectotròpics audio-visual collective, based in Barcelona. He curates the multi.modal label with Claudia Molitor.

Cath Roberts
Cath Roberts’ work explores free improvisation, composition and the music at their meeting point. Her band Sloth Racket has toured widely and released several albums, and she collaborates with many other artists as an improviser, primarily on baritone saxophone.

Otto Willberg
Otto Willberg plays and improvises on electric and double basses, and has aspirations of playing other low end instruments too. Like many musicians he often plays in various groups, which all sound different. Otto also maintains the website, a collection of public space reverbs and sporadically releases music via the Heavy Petting label.