Anatomy Orchestra

16 Jun 2023

Regular hours

Fri, 16 Jun
19:00 – 22:00

Cost of entry

Tickets: £5/4 concession. If you are financially able, please consider the 'pay it forward' option. This helps keep the event accessible to all, while supporting the artists with costs. Tickets here

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Staffordshire St

England, United Kingdom


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  • Queen's Road Peckham
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Join us for live music responding directly to the work in Full to Bursting exhibition


Come on down to Staffordshire St for a live musical happening dabbling in the surreal.

Anatomy Orchestra forms part of Full to Bursting’s public programme. The immersive exhibition indulges in the bizarre and unsettling.

Settle into the night as group of professional jazz musicians perform a direct, improvised piece of music inspired by artist and curator Haydn Albrow’s dream language.

Albrow will create a graphic score based on recordings from her sleep/wake brain activity, which, combined with an alphabet she created, will be converted into musical scores. Watch as the musicians interpret her dreams, creating a completely unique live sound experience.

Interlacing music and art, this performance will swaddle the audience in a dream-like soundscape.


Andrew Lisle is a London based drummer working in the field of jazz and improvised music. He performs and records with the likes of: Alex Ward, Kit Downes, John Edwards, Colin Webster, Rodrigo Amado, John Dikeman, and Dirk Serries - among others.

Hannah Marshall is a Cellist, sound designer and performer living in the UK. She is an improviser, who also works with composition and structures, making recordings, sound for theatre and more recently original short films and drawings.

Benedict Taylor is a leading figure within contemporary composition, modern string performance and improvised music in the British and European new music world. The central focus of his work is in new composition for live performance, film, theatre, contemporary dance, art installation and electro-acoustic composition. In performance, he predominantly works within improvisation, new composition and 20th/21st century music.

Caius Williams is a double bassist, who’s background and specialism is largely in improvised music and Jazz, but is also regularly involved with electronic music, rock, and more experimental music. 

Doors Open at 7pm

Performances: 7.30pm


Flora Bradwell

Flora Bradwell

Haydn Albrow

Haydn Albrow

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