Geoff Eales

Born in Aberbargoed, pianist, composer and improviser Geoff Eales has enjoyed an incredibly varied music career. At Cardiff University he studied composition with Alun Hoddinott and piano with Martin Jones. He was awarded a Ph.D for his large-scale work An American Symphony and his setting of Dylan Thomas’ poem In the Beginning for tenor, horn and piano. Geoff has also written a piano concerto, string quartet, brass quintet and A Sussex Rhapsody, the latter commissioned by the BBC.

Marilza Gouvea

Marilza comes from a musical family in Brazil, her father played classical guitar and her grandfather was a maestro and music teacher. From an early age she got involved with music: bossa nova and Brazilian popular music.

At an early age she got involved with music: bossa nova

and Brazilian popular music.

Becoming involved in improvised music after moving to Europe, she has worked with many exponents of its artists such as Adrian Northover, Jim Dvorak, Terry Day, Phil Minton and Marcio Mattos.

Sue Lynch

Sue Lynch studied fine art at Coventry College of Art. She currently runs The Horse Improvised Music Club with Adam Bohman and Adrian Northover.

Performs with Adam Bohman, Eddie Prevost, Anna Homler, Richard Sanderson, Steve Noble, Crystabel Riley, Caroline Kraabel, Sharon Gal and N.O.Moore.

Recently performed as part of Tarek Atoui’s Reverse Collection at The Tate Modern and performs with the Psychedelic Afro Beat Sudanese band The Scorpios.

Formed, Paradise Yard in 2016-an electro accoustic ensemble, featuring women improvisers, performing at Iklectik, Cafe Oto and The ICA.In 2018, performed at 3 Klange Tag Music &Word Festival, Switzerland with Hildegard Kleeb, at Womad BBC Stage and, Tusk Festival and Guess Who Festival (Utrecht) with The Scorpios. Solo performance at Pied Nu Festival, Le Havre 2019.

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