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Sounds for a Small Space - Tim York, Mike Adcock, Phonsonic

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Stratford Park

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Our first session this year, back in the beautiful Garden Pavilion and Phonsonic (synths, electroacoustic) is joined by Tim York (percussion, synths) and Mike Adcock (roof slates, accordion).

Our informal and relaxing sessions are suitable to all and the small and intimate space will allow you to get up close to the artists.

The percussion-influenced session will follow the, now usual, format of solo performances followed with a collaborative piece. Each artist will perform a uniquely different style, ensuring there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Tickets £2.50/£5 - available on-line in advance and at the door.

Mike Adcock is a musician and composer who has worked in a range of musical genres and styles. This has, perhaps inevitably, informed his approach to free improvisation and experimentation, seeing these terms as being inclusive rather than exclusive.

From first playing piano, then guitar and later accordion, Mike went on to develop an interest in less conventional means of making music, including the use of stone, which led to him to construct his own lithophones using Welsh slate.

Mike has released many recordings over the years, both solo and collaborative, the latest being an album of improvised duets with reed player Paul Jolly.


Tim York has been a professional musician since 1986. He plays drums. percussion, synths and also produces and composes. As a drummer he’s has worked with an eclectic mix of artists that include The Eurythmics, Danielle Dax and Peters and Lee. As an electronic music artist he has released two albums - the very well received 2012 release ‘Flight of Sound’ and the 2018 release ‘Ceremony Tools.’ Tim loves experimenting with sound and has an open heart and mind to any technique that can create something new and wonderful!

Phonsonic (Alexander Caminada) derives his inspiration from the precarious coexistence of man and nature. His photography and video often form the ideas for his audio pieces. His music is created using acoustic instruments, synthesisers and soundscapes made from recorded textures. Elements of rhythm and percussion shift his music between genres. His collaboration with other musicians explores how different styles can form the basis for a whole new world of sounds and ideas.

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