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Tilbury Duch Davies
John Tilbury (1936) is ”The grand old man” of british improvisation music. Tilbury is considered one of the foremost intepreters of Morton Feldman’s music, and since 1980 he has been a member of the free improvisation group AMM. He worked with Cornelius Cardew and has written the biography ”Cornelius Cardew – A life unfinished”, published in 2008.
Rhodri Davies (1971) is a harpist particularly interested in exploring noise, silence and abstract sound on his accoustic and amplified instrument. He has been very active on the London improvisation scene since 1995, and performed vividly in Europe, Japan, Canada and USA.
Michael Francis Duch (1978) was borned and raised in Trondheim, Norway. He is currently a research fellow at the University of Trondheim doing research on Free Improvisation and the use of improvisation in experimental music.
michael.duch (a) nymusikk.no