Watch: Simon Whetham & Jan Hendrickse

May 2013

Field recordist Simon Whetham performs with multi instrumentalist Jan Hendrickse in the third and final instalment of South Hill Park's Embedded series of concerts.

This is the third and final of South Hill Park's series of Embedded concerts.

Simon Whetham is a field recordist and composer, and Jan Hendrickse is a multi-instrumentalist who plays a number of Eastern woodwind instruments, including a prepared bass flute. Hendrickse also makes his own flutes, and creates intallations field recordings and sonic manipulation.

More details on the series here, which included Max Eastley, John Butcher, Paul Whitty and Jonathan Coleclough.

This video will be available till 8 June.

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Watch: Simon Whetham & Jan Hendrickse

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