6/12/2009 The venue is St. Mary's Old Church,
Stoke Newington Church Street N16 9ES.
Doors open 7:30pm concert starts at 8:30pm Musicians
confirmed to play: Paloma Carrasco,Rodrigo Montoya, Christoph Irmer, Marcio Mattos, Eugene Martynec, Ricardo Tejero, Javier Carmona, & Terry Day.
THE LONDON IMPROVISERS ORCHESTRA LAST CONCERT OF 2009 SUNDAY 29TH NOVEMBER 2009 AT 8.00 PM HMS PRESIDENT (VICTORIA EMBANKMENT, OPPOSITE OXO TOWER)
Sunday 9th November 2008. Large Improvisation Groups
Festival Sons Liberes 08, Charlotte Hug & Terry Day, Saturday 25th October 2008. Belgium
On thursday 2nd October 2008 at CAFE OTO (18-22 Ashwin Street, Dalston, E8) there will be two duos of :Veryan Weston & Darren Morris performing a piece for 'Two Old Pianos'. and John Edwards (bass) & Terry Day (bamboo reed pipes, lyrics, poems).
This will be a 'rare' performance of a 'continuous stream'
of lyrics & poems by myself, plus plus the chance to hear the Bamboo Reed Pipes AMPLIFIED!
DescriptionFriday, 25th July 2008, Carole will be talking to Terry Day, musician, poet and artist
who she had known since the mid 60’s. We will reminisce a bit about the old times and play a few early recordings before
moving on to Terry’s more recent activities. Hopefully Terry might recite one of his many wonderful poems.
Free Radicals Chefa Alonso Rodriguez soprano sax and percussion, Vanessa Mackeness voice, objects Barbara Meyer violin cello, Terry Day Bamboo flutes, Lyrics. The Red Rose, Finsbury Park, London N7 7QG Wednesday February 7th 2007
In Your Town Chefa Alonso Rodriguez soprano sax and
percussion, Vanessa Mackeness voice, objects Barbara Meyer violin cello, Terry Day Bamboo flutes, Lyrics. The Red Rose,
Finsbury Park, London N7 7QG Thursday January 18th 2007
THE ROLAND RAMANAN QUARTET (w/MARCIO MATTOS, SIMON FELL (tbc), MARK SANDERS)
Resonance104.4fm Diggers, Edwin & Sharon Gal Interview with Terry Day On Tuesday 20th June 2006 17.00-18.30
Highlights from this year's festival 'Freedom of the City 2006'will be broadcast on Jazz on 3 on BBC Radio 3 on Friday June 9 starting at 23.30-1.00pm. The format is to have about five minutes from each
of the fifteen groups that performed.
In The June Issue of The Wire 2006 The former People Band drummer talks to Julian Cowley through
his interrupted Improvisation history.