Jürg Frey – One Day Residency at Café Oto – 27/01/18

Organised by Phil Julian and Jürg Frey, I’m performing in two pieces in the evening concert of this one day residency. I’ll be playing Distant Colours and Circular Music No. 6.


Zwei Räume (37 mins approx)
Phil Julian


Distant Colours (10 mins)
Jennifer Allum (Violin)
Phil Maguire (Electronics)

Die meisten Sachen macht man selten: 100 different sounds (10 mins)
John Macedo (Electronics)


Circular Music No. 6 (variable)

Jennifer Allum / violin
Angharad Davies / violin
Sarah Hughes / zither
Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga / zither
John Macedo / electronics
Luciano Maggiore / electronics
Phil Maguire / electronics
Phil Julian / electronics




the world according to bob – kickstarter

Two Days of Music and Talks around the work of musicologist, author, performer and inspirational teacher Bob Gilmore (1961-2015)

City University, London, 1st & 2nd March 2016 and at Café Oto Wednesday 2nd March 2016, 8pm until late

I’m helping Bob’s partner Elisabeth Smalt, and colleague Patrick Ozzard-Low, run a Kickstarter to run a memorial conference and concert for my former mentor, Bob Gilmore. We need to reach £5,000 by 11th December, so please pledge and share!

Update from Patrick:

Dear Friends, Colleagues and Students of Bob! 
We’re extremely grateful to the 25 backers who have together already pledged £1,314 towards the ‘Bob Fest’!  Thank You!!!  
For the events to go ahead the campaign has to reach the target of £5,000 by 11th December.

If you haven’t pledged support yet, and you’d like to, here’s the link — https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/540669535/the-world-according-to-bob — the programme of events is also shown here.
If possible – please share the link!   

While not achieving the impossible task of representing all Bob’s musical passions – we hope the events will be a fitting tribute and exploration of his work and thought.  

Thanks again to everyone!  
Best wishes,

Patrick Ozzard-Low
with Elisabeth Smalt and Phil Maguire [Bob Fest Kickstarter Fundraising Team]

PS: thanks also to Tim Rutherford-Johnson for his enthusiastic preview: https://johnsonsrambler.wordpress.com/2015/11/20/the-world-according-to-bob/