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Saturday, December 2nd, 2017
7:30 PM

squib-box and CRAM present:

2nd December

BAGGAGE is an evening of musical performances by two of London's most unhinged music collectives.

Compered by British-American music hall legends 'The Two Bennys', the evening features a variety of performances by leading players on the London experimental music scene.

The night culminates in a full performance of the Beethoven Violin concerto performed by internationally acclaimed soloist Chihiro Ono, and an chamber orchestra put together especially for the evening.


SQUIB-BOX is an artist collective and netlabel dedicated to the production and dissemination of radical and avant-garde music, regardless of its genre.
Founded in 2010 by Adam de la Cour, Neil Luck and Federico Reuben , squib-box has organized and performed at live events around the UK, with a variety of leading musicians, artists and performers from a range of disciplines.

CRAM is a music collective and independent record label, formed in 2011 by Benedict Taylor. It is focused on the promotion and development of improvised and new music. It is made up of musicians & artists at the forefront of the UK and European improvising & new music community.

Born in Japan, CHIHIRO ONO is a a London based violinist and violist. Her repertoire extends from Baroque and period performance to Classical, Contemporary Music, Improvisation, Experimental Performance and Noise.
No walls within so called music.
As chamber musical, and soloist she has performed at festivals and venues throughout the world such as Suntory and Oji Halls (Tokyo), the Wigmore Hall, South Bank and Barbican centre, Kings Place (London), Schoenberg Centre (Wien), Frankfurt Alte Oper, Philharmonic Essen, Philharmonie Koln, Berlin Philharmonie ( Germany), Teatro Coliseo (Buenos Aires), Prussia Cove Open Chamber music, Salzburg Festival (Austria), Sacrum+profanum (Poland), Donauenschinger Musiktag (Germany) and worked with artists such as Beat Furrer, Peter Eotvos, Friedrich Cerha, Johannes Kalizke, Peter Ablinger, Brain Ferneyhough, Helmut Lachenmann, Steve Reich, Ensemble Modern (Germany), ARCO (London)