June 13th, 2013 | Published in Blog
Focusing on free improvisation, experimental and noise music, Place of Safety is a new monthly open session in which players, noise makers, listeners and musicians of all levels meet and make music together. Anyone can join in; participants will be placed at random in ad hoc ensembles that improvise together for around fifteen minutes; whoever isn’t playing forms the audience; the next group is formed and the process repeated so that as many people are included as possible. Unsafe music in a (relatively) safe environment.
It will happen once a month in the the former police station turned art, dance and music space, The Island.