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In collaboration with the London Contemporary Orchestra, Birdgang Dance Group, and jazz musicians.
Deptford native Dan Samsa is set to take his debut album ‘Contours’ to new heights as the artist brings his live musical experience, ‘Spectrumº’, alongside the new collaborative surround sound, music, and dance project Deptford-360° to London’s venue The Albany this upcoming September 11th.
Titled ‘Spectrumº’, the experience brings together live musicians, dancers, and state-of-the-art surround sound speaker array with the aim to ‘completely rewire our expectations of a musical performance’. Dan will engulf the audience within a live surround sound brass section of some of the city’s finest jazz brass players, vocals from Rosie Strobel and Zosia Jagodzinska, and 360° atmospheric textures created in awe-inspiring environments, such as Southwark Cathedral.
Led by local violist Alison D’Souza, choreographer Ukweli Roach and Dan Samsa, Deptford-360° is an immersive combined arts piece performed by The London Contemporary Orchestra, SE London dance group Birdgang and vocalist Rosie Strobel, celebrating the joining of cultures and exploring themes inspired by the historical, social and cultural landscape of Deptford.
For more info and tickets for Dan Samsa’s ‘Spectrumº’ click here.