Ship of Fools: ROGER O’DONNELL / JO QUAIL
SHIP OF FOOLS with:
Sunday 5 June
8.00pm – 23.30pm
WCR2, closest tube: Temple
Info line: 07870 832505
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Roger O’Donnell is an English keyboardist best known for his work with The Cure. O’Donnell has also performed in the Psychedelic Furs, the Thompson Twins and Berlin, as well as an active solo career.
Roger is going to perform an exclusive set of his dark(ish) ambient and highly suggestive composition for piano and synthetizers.
He will back for the Ship of Fools fresh from the success of THE CURE double appearance at Vivid Festival in Sydney, Australia (31 May-1 June).
The Cure are going to perform a Trilogy (the sequel) consisting in playing the albums TIB, 17 Seconds and Faith consecutively with Lol also playing keys and percussion on Faith!
As electric cellist and composer Jo has written and recorded instrumental music for several years under the name SonVer, and more recently under her own name ‘Jo Quail’.
Joanna Quail has performed in a wide range of venues from the Royal Albert Hall, St James’ Piccadilly and the Blackheath Concert Halls and has recorded numerous live sessions for the BBC and independent radio and TV channels.
Jo has written and recorded with a variety of leading performers from popular opera singers to classic rock icons, her commissions including music for film and theatre companies such as Casear Productions, Danish Orphic Films and Teatro Vivo.
Jo is committed to taking the cello and its stunning repertoire to a wide audience, performing at venues as diverse as Glastonbury Festival and Leipzig’s Volkerschlachtdenkmal memorial.
She will be presenting also tracks from her solo album ‘From The Sea’.
Ship of Fools promotes and supports the best of contemporary folk, electronica, neo-classical and avant-garde presenting monthly a selection of both established and up and coming acts.
More info: www.kaparte.info