JG Thirlwell + Ensemble will be performing at St Pancras Church in London on April 18 2020.
JG Thirlwell + Ensemble is a chamber group project initiated by Thirlwell in 2018. JG rearranged several pieces from the Foetus repertoire and one Wiseblood song with long time collaborator Simon Hanes (Tredici Bacci) for the instrumentation of harp, piano, viola, acoustic guitar/bass and drums. In February of 2019 they played two sold-out shows at National Sawdust in NYC.
The London iteration of the ensemble will include Manorexia alumni Angharad Davies (viola, violin), Tim Parkinson (piano) and Adam Morris (percussion) along with Thirlwell and Hanes. Tickets are available here
*UPDATE* Due to the global coronavirus pandemic, this show has been postponed indefinitely.
JG Thirlwell’s Manorexia will be embarking on a series of European dates this Spring. The shows are as follows
25/04/13 Copenhagen, Denmark Marble Kerken
26/04/13 Dortmund, Germany Schauspielhaus
27/04/13 Hamburg, Germany Kampnagel
28/04/13 Berlin, Germany Roter Salon
29/04/13 Bydgoszcz, Poland Mozg
30/04/13 Komarom, Hungary Mediawave Festival
01/05/13 Pardubice, Czech Republic Divadlo
02/05/13 Krems, Austria Donaufestival
03/05/13 Munich, Germany Ampere
04/05/13 London ATP / Yeah Yeah Yeahs curate I’ll be your Mirror at Alexandra Palace
On this tour, JG Thirlwell (compositions / laptop) will be joined by Angharad Davies (violin), Tim Parkinson (piano), Nozomi Cohen (viola), Rachel Steadman (violin), Adam Morris (percussion) and Jessica Cox (cello), with Katy Cox filling in on cello on just the Munich date.
We regret to announce that due to severe mismanagement most of the Manorexia European tour has been postponed.
Manorexia will be playing the following dates
April 12 ATP presents Union Chapel, London
April 13 Roadburn Festival, Tilburg, Holland
April 14 Extrapool, Nijmegen, Holland
The ensemble will be Angharad Davies (violin), Tim Parkinson (piano), Dan Gresson (percussion), Jessica Cox (cello), Rachel Steadman (violin) and Nozomi Cohen (viola), with the composer, JG Thirlwell, on laptop
The other shows in the tour will be rescheduled for a later date. Sorry for any inconvenience and disappointment.
JG Thirlwell’s Manorexia will play a rare London show on April 12 2012 at Union Chapel. The show is being presented by All Tomorrow’s Parties in conjunction with the First Contact agency. The ensemble will include previous Manorexia UK stalwarts Angharad Davies, Tim Parkinson and Dan Gresson, along with former alumni Jessica Cox and Rachel Steadman. The instrumentation of the ensemble is two violins, viola, cello, piano, concert percussion and laptop. Tickets are on sale now via Gigantic, See Tickets and HMV. More European Manorexia dates will be announced soon. The latest Manorexia album is the acclaimed Dinoflagellate Blooms, which is available in stereo and 5.1 surround sound .