Atta-Anatta is a collaborative sound and visual art project exploring musical spaces through sound, voice and poetry. The duo was formed in March 2016 by Evgenia Emets and Nao Masuda who come from totally different backgrounds and disciplines yet share similar experience, vision and desire in exploring and transcending the boundaries of artforms.
Predominantly using traditional and folk instruments including Nepalese/Tibetan singing bowls, Indian bells, Japanese taiko drums along with their own voices, they explore and express their insights and journey through sound, poetry and visual art.
At the Holy Trinity Church the pair will be tuning into its unique space, architecture and aural qualities, to unfold a journey guided by sounds that reverberate through everything and everybody that happens to be in the space. The space and setting lends itself to an intimate acoustic yet expansive mode of listening and perceiving soundscapes.
The concert will be over an hour long. There will be chairs in the space and you are also welcome to use the floor space. Please bring cushions/mats to make yourself comfortable.
Tickets on the door £7
Address: Holy Trinity Church, Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2BA
Underground: South Kensington, Gloucester Road and High Street Kensington are all a healthy walk away, but with bus connections as below.
Bus: 9, 10, 52, 70, 360, 452 all pass nearby
Parking: Meter parking is available locally, but ‘yellow line’ and residents’ parking bay restrictions can be fierce and may apply over the weekend, including Sundays.
Venue web: http://www.htsk.co.uk/