Free Festival of Choral and Electronic Music on September 10 in Shoreditch



For the third time, Autorotation present this FREE festival of electronic and choral music. In our new home in Shoreditch, you will enjoy performances by
Green Army Choir
Autorotation + Guest
Kirsten Morrison Music
Adjoa Akoma
Simon Satori
The Soap Company DJ
September 10, 2016
Free Entrance
3PM to 9PM
St. Leonard’s Church, Shoreditch High Street, London
Yummy affordable cakes and non-alcoholic drinks
Stalls by independent, local book and music publishers
Stunning ambience of the historic St. Leonard’s Church in Shoreditch
About the performers:
Petrels is the solo project of London-based musician and illustrator, Oliver Barrett. Since releasing his debut Haeligewielle in 2011, Petrels has toured across Europe and shared a stage with the likes of Tim Hecker, FIRE!, and Nate Young. Having also collaborated with and provided remixes for artists as varied as Duane Pitre, Brassica, Talvihorros and Max Cooper, Petrels’ output is proving to be thrillingly eclectic and unpredictable.
Autorotation are an electro-acoustic pop band from London, UK. Combining real voices and acoustic instruments with laptops, synths, samplers and visuals, they create compelling and unique live performances. Robyn Sellman, Laura Tanner and Igor Olejar are multi-instrumentalists who are not afraid to experiment with instruments, sounds and arrangements within a relatively conventional pop song format. With
influences ranging from Kate Bush and David Sylvian to Aphex Twin and Laibach, Autorotation are at the same time accessible, intriguing and experimental.
Growing up in the Thames Valley in the UK, Tim Ingham stood shoulder to shoulder with the likes of Slowdive at local gigs but his own musical endeavours didn’t get off the ground until he found he could use a laptop to create his own electronic version of the kind of warm, hazy sounds that he had gravitated to since his youth. Winterlight’s music lives somewhere adrift in the hazy moments of life when happiness and sadness are indistinguishable.
Adjoa is a Tribal Soul artist from the UK. She fuses soul with chants and vibrant traditional percussion from Ghana. Adjoa sings in the Ghanaian languages of Twi, Ga, Ewe, as well as French and English. Adjoa has performed at venues and events including Ronnie Scotts Club, The Royal Albert Hall, Somerset House, Pizza Express Jazz Club Soho, The London African Music Festival, St James’s Piccadilly, The Melkweg Amsterdam and Notting Hill Carnival World Music Stage. She has been played or featured on BBC Radio, Jazz FM, London Live TV, Voxafrica TV, Colourful Radio, Outerglobe on Resonance FM and Spectrum Radio.
Kirsten Morrison is a singer, composer and violinist who has worked as a musician in several fields: as a composer for film and tv programmes, commercials, radio plays and theatre, and as a singer, songwriter, arranger and backing musician. She also performs her own songs influenced by poets such as Blake, Rossetti, Siddall and Taylor Coleridge. Recent gigs include collaborations with Pete Murphy at the O2, Leila Arab at Oval Space and she is currently performing with and supporting Lene Lovich on a European tour.