Monday May 7th: Han-earl Park / Mark Hanslip / Dominic Lash / Phillip Marks

This week at Jazz @ The Oxford we’re very lucky to be able to bring you an amazing ensemble comprised of some incredible improvising musicians in a band featuring the visiting guitarist Han-Earl Park.



Han-earl Park  – guitar

Mark Hanslip – tenor saxophone

Dominic Lash – double bass

Phillip Marks – drums

Improviser, guitarist and constructor Han-earl Park (박한얼) works within/from/around traditions of fuzzily idiomatic, on occasion experimental, mostly open improvised musics, sometimes engineering theater, sometimes inventing ritual. He feels the gravitational pull of collaborative, multi-authored contexts, and has performed in clubs, theaters, art galleries and concert halls in Austria, Denmark, Germany, England, Ireland, The Netherlands, Scotland and the USA.

He is part of Mathilde 253 with Charles Hayward and Ian Smith, and is involved in ongoing collaborations withBruce CoatesFranziska SchroederAlex Fiennes and Murray Campbell. He has recently performed with Ishmael Wadada Leo SmithLol CoxhillPat ThomasPaul DunmallMark SandersMatana RobertsRichard Barrett,Pauline OliverosThomas Buckner and Kato Hideki. Festival appearances include Sonorities (Belfast), Sonic Acts(Amsterdam), dialogues festival (Edinburgh), and CEAIT Festival (California). His recordings have been released by labels including Slam Productions and DUNS Limited Edition.

A wonderful evening of improvised music beckons; please come and join us!

As ever doors 8:30; music from 9; entry only £5

See you there!

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