Longrunning spontaneous ensemble to become regulars at the South London venue
London Improvisers Orchestra have begun a new residency in the capital. Every first Sunday of the month the spontaneous big band will be performing at South London free music institution Iklectik. The LIO began nearly two decades ago, under the guidance of Steve Beresford, Ian MacGowan and Evan Parker, among many others, and in the years since numerous significant improvisors have emerged from the group.
Forthcoming events at Iklectik also include a screening of Eddie Prévost's Blood by Stewart Morgan which will be followed by a Q&A with Prévost on 25 February, Mark Cunningham's Blood Quartet on 15 April, and as part of The Engine Room project, Philip Jeck will perform on 11 May.