Roger Eno

Roger Eno

7th September 2013

Roger Eno, a composer, multi-instrumentalist and sound artist who cannot be easily categorised. He is hard to pin down and slippery as a fish, yet creates lush, emotive soundscapes which quite easily swallow you whole.

His powerful and versatile body of work easily lends itself to, and is frequently used in, TV and film (Trainspotting, Dune, Nine and a Half Weeks, The Jacket and many more). Roger takes this opportunity to introduce Rosie Toll, on violin, with whom he will present the exquisite pieces he has developed for this year's performances.

30 years since his first solo performance of his own works finds Roger back where it all began - Colchester. In celebration of this 30 year anniversary, 2013 sees Roger releasing two new, vastly different albums, Ted Sheldrake and Endless City/Concrete Garden with Plumbline - on top of this, a host of other activities are on the boil.

Accompanied by the visuals of acclaimed artists John Rixon and Dom Theobald, the evening should prove to be an interesting, unusual and beautiful one, certainly not to be missed.

Tickets £10 / £8 concs.
Doors open 8pm, show starts 8.30pm.

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