17.11.2021 Events, Music

Joanna Duda Trio

Part of EFG London Jazz Festival

Wed 17 November 2021, 8:30pm

LONDON Sanctuary Walthamstow, E17 6QQ


Innovative Polish pianist and composer Joanna Duda and her trio present music from the highly anticipated album ‘Fumitsuke’ using acoustic instruments (piano, double bass, drums) together with electronic sounds and of self – made samples

Joanna Duda Trio is a project including acoustic instruments (piano, double bass, drums) together with electronic sounds and of self – made samples. The music idea is to improvise in very consistent way – focus on the moving, rhythmic irregular motives as little independent beings in themselves; all together melted into one piece searching for collective consciousness in every single moment. The concept of the band is to sound like one organism, creating narration using layers, not solos in a straight meaning.

Joanna Duda is a pianist, composer and visual artist. She does not avoid the apparent ugliness of dilapidated instruments and looks for sound aesthetics where it seems to be lacking. Here projects include solo work (album KEEN Alpaka rec. 2019) and Joanna Duda Trio. She has also been a member of the Wojtek Mazolewski Quintet since 2008.

This concert is presented by B Side Events with support from Polish Cultural Institute.

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