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Jason Singh and Mo Fo - A sonic return to the source

Event organized by Kino-Teatr

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The extraordinary sound artist, beatboxer and composer Jason Singh joins Anna-Helena McLean on vocals and cello to evoke shared experiences as parents and musicians. From conception to birth, through bond and isolation, from the inside out and back, this will be a journey into the other. Something intimate, both prayer and divine.







Jason Singh is a sound artist, beatboxer and composer. Singh creates both as a solo artist and collaborator and performs with musicians from a wide range of genres including Nitin Sawhney, Talvin Singh, Stuart Macallum (Cinematic Orchestra), Rokia Traore, Leafcutter John, Scanner, Graham Massey, Shabaka Hutchings, Aidan O Rourke (LAU), Arun Ghosh and Yazz Ahmed. His sound and music output covers a wide range of creative disciplines including film, theatre, dance, museum objects, ceramics, textiles and photography.He creates performances and installations projects with the BFI, TATE Britain, British Council, HOME, Celtic Connections, Jaipur Lit Fest, Glastonbury, Green Man Festival, V&A Museum and the British Museum.

Anna-Helena McLean was brought up in a touring theatre family to a violin maker Father. After specialising in solo performance (cello) and ensemble (piano trio) in a BA Hons degree (1:1 RHUL) she became lead in the legendary Polish physical music theatre company Gardzienice with which she toured as Electra worldwide for 7 years (LaMama ETC 05, Barbican BITE & Meyerhold Centre Moscow 06). Studied technique at the music conservatory in Krakow. Co-created Orkiestra Antyczna (Ancient Greek Orchestra). Since Poland Anna-Helena worked with Awake Projects and Love Orchestra and hosts ongoing exchange projects with world folk musicians (England, Ireland, Scotland, Italy, NYC, Palestine, Russia, Greece, Scandinavia, India, Eastern Europe & Balkans). She directs and composes her own multi disciplinary music theatre under the umbrella Moon Fool (Titania; STORM) and works freelance: Penny Dreadful's How To Be Immortal (Jackson's Lane; The Lowry); multi award winning West End/Broadway, and recently BBC4 televised, play by Mike Bartlett, King Charles III directed by Rupert Goold. Currently lecturer in Extended Voice and Polyphonic Song at Rose Bruford College and Winchester Uni.