Friday 20th April 2007Doors 7:30pm £7/£5 members & concessions Cellorhythmics was founded in the mid 90s by two formidable musicians from two diametrically opposed disciplines of musical thinking - punk/bebop/blues/rock and baroque/classical/romantic. The result is progressive chamber music. Continually developing and embracing a rich musical stream of influences, Cellorhythmics has gone through numerous transformations and experimented with the different formats - from performances in the rock group environment to the intimate chamber music venues, always open to collaboration with theatre, dance, films and word. Music by James Hesford Alfia Nakipbekova cello James Hesford cello, violin, harmonica Martin Radford cello Sergio Laviola bass guitar www.myspace.com/cellorhythmics Chiara Ambrosio is a filmmaker/photographer, her work incorporates the most traditional aspects of these mediums also borrowing the time and space coordinates of theatre to explore ideas of memory, time and ritual through video installations.Chiara Ambrosio was born in Rome and gained BA in Fine Arts and MA in Theatre and Film from Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London. She also studied puppetry and design with Petr Matasek at DAMU, Prague. Chiara's main influences are French and Eastern European Surrealism.