Contemporary Classical, bespoke acoustic songwriting and World Music merged in a relaxed strollable atmosphere with stories, art, food and drink-that's the chilled agenda for Modulation Therapy which debuts at The Warehouse. an atmospheric venue much used by BBC sessions these days, just off Stamford Street in Waterloo. Highgate-based Chris Bowen of the BBC singers will perform a song cycle written for him by Greenwich's Morag Galloway, 'A vie-able die-able age'and there'll also be brand-new a capella music from Tongue Stuff, and things by post-romantic pianist Alex routledge, Arab/Hindi guitarist Amrit Son, Aisle 22 , Sounds Familiar and The Eternal Sunshines. The art this time is an exhibition of London photography by Wolf Media, the MC is Andy Bungay and the foodie delights by Sue of Ladywell.
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