Engines Orchestra | CHEW YOUR EAR OFF – Launches September 20th!
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CHEW YOUR EAR OFF – Launches September 20th!

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On Sunday 20th September, The Engines Orchestra are proud to launch our brand new monthly concert series – Chew Your Ear Off!


Combining incredible live music with on stage interviews, demonstrations and Q&A in a family friendly atmosphere; Chew Your Ear Off is a concert series where the audience shares the stage based in the beautiful canal side setting of The Proud Archivist in Haggerston, London!

Our launch event presented by Jazzwise’s Mike Flynn features the sounds of multi-award winning jazzers Laura Jurd and Elliot Galvin alongside BIRDWORLD; where cello and drums combine through the work of Oslo and Parisian based musicians Gregor Riddell and Adam Teixeira. (More info on our artists below).

We hope you can join us to celebrate and as with all things new, we need your help to spread the word!


Venue: The Proud Archivist (N1 5ET) – Haggerston Overground.


Show Time: 4pm-6pm (Doors Open 3:30)


Tickets: £10 / £12 with a glass of house red, white or a beer. Students/Concessions: £6






Laura Jurd is a London-based, award-winning trumpet player and composer. An active improviser playing regularly in the UK and more recently in Europe, Laura specializes in writing for hand-picked musicians in her own projects and ensembles.  She received critical acclaim from the national press and music publications for her debut album ‘Landing Ground’ released in 2012 (featuring the Ligeti Quartet) and went on to release her 2nd album ‘Human Spirit’ featuring vocalist Lauren Kinsella.


Elliot Galvin is an internationally award winning jazz pianist and composer.  His trio were announced as the winners of the 2014 European Young Jazz Artist of the Year Award in Germany, opening the Burghausen International Jazz Festival. He has been commissioned by the Dance Company DIPTIK as part of the Resolution Festival at the Place, Choreographer Tony Thatcher, the London Jazz Festival, Match and Fuse Festival and many other notable festivals and ensembles.


Expect 100% improvisation!







BirdWorld presents a diverse interaction between ‘cello, percussion and electronics molding a distinctive sound world of rhythm, harmony and melody. The two musicians met at the Banff Centre for the Arts 2012 creative residency and have since developed concepts inspired from their first collaborations in their individual work (Texture, Monsoon, Living Room In London, Tre Voci Cello Ensemble) performing at international festivals and venues. The duo recently reunited in London where they are both currently based and have since performed across the UK, Scandinavia and Germany.




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