Following closely on the heels of his ravishing solo album Tomorrow is Too Late, Stockholm-based synthesist and improviser John Chantler switches gears to unleash the stunning second album by his trio with saxophonist Seymour Wright and drummer Steve Noble, Atlantis.
The trio with Steve Noble (drums) and Seymour Wright (alto saxophone) will be doing a short residency in Stockholm in mid-january including this concert as part of FRIM’s series at Fylkingen. We’ll then head to Norway for concerts in Oslo and Trondheim before coming back to Stockholm for two day’s recording at Atlantis Studion.
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body
18 January 2018 — Fylkingen, Stockholm, SE
21 January 2018 — Kafe Haerverk, Oslo, NO
22 January 2018 — Dokkhuset, Trondheim, NO
16 March 2018 — Alice, Copenhagen, DK
17 March 2018 — Sowieso, Berlin, DE
22 March 2018 — Cafe OTO, London, UK
26 April 2018 — Landmark/Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, NO
4 May 2018 — Showroom of Contemporary Sound, Zagreb, HR
I’m very much looking forward to hosting the first edition of a new festival here in Stockholm with:
Ellen Fullman — The Long String Instrument
Peter Brötzmann & Heather Leigh
Globe Unity Orchestra
Ute Kanngiesser / Seymour Wright / Billy Steiger
Okkyung Lee & Rashad Becker
Joe McPhee & Graham Lambkin
John Edwards & Mark Sanders
Graham Lambkin — solo for voice and tape
Future Music Workshops
I’m thrilled to be hosting The Necks – easily my favourite live band – in Stockholm this November at Fylkingen. Advance tickets are now on sale.