I’m late for this but, just to keep the record, here’s the flier and here are the participants:
At this round, there was no electric instruments opening the jam, just winds and drums.
Pablo Selnik – flute
Vasco Trilla – drums
Luiz Rocha – clarinets
and at the Jam:
Albert Cirera – soprano saxophone
Ilona Schneider – voice
Guy Lavoz – body percussion on and voice
El Pricto – piano and Patillas Black
Hilário Rodeiro – electronics
Gabriel Lody – recorder
Diego Caicedo electric guitar
Mariano Camarasa – piano
Ivan Edwards – soprano saxophone
Almudena Vega – flute
César Sangay- piano
Olivier Jambois – electric guitar
Know what happened at the last Free Improvisation Jams in Barcelona: here’s the 1st, the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th.
And if you’re curious, here’s the Jam we organized a week later in Lisbon.
Impro Jam at Soda Acústic – Nocturna Discordia #32 – 1st July 2015
Discordian Records organizes Free Improvisation concerts every Wednesday at Soda and yesterday was the first jam session. The opening concert was a quartet composed by Ada Rave (ts), Nicolas Chientaroli (pn), Vasco Trilla (dr) and me, Luiz Rocha (cl).
Ada y Nico curate the Impro Jam in Amsterdan. Playing and sharing a house with them at a the Free Flow Festival in south Italy and joining some great jams in Portugal at MIA and Desterro made me feel the urge to see such a thing in Barcelona: a meeting place where free improvisers – with different backgrounds, concepts and experience, can share music and communicate.
Simple mechanism: for each performance we threw a 4 sided dice to define if the group was either a solo, a duo, a trio or a quartet; then we picked the names of the musicians out of a hat. The grand finale was El Pricto conducting an improvisation with all the musicians who wanted to join.
Will be repeated.
A big synchronicity… today (one day later) the pals from Sessions at Robadors are closing the season with a jam.