FRI 29 OCT | BLACK BOX | 7PM, £15 / £12 (conc) BOOK HERE
PLEASE NOTE: updated C19 policy at bottom of the page
Moving on Music is thrilled to present the debut UK/Ireland performance from the Dave Gisler Trio feat. Jaimie Branch.
Switzerland’s Dave Gisler is a free-thinking force in contemporary jazz with a unique approach to the electric guitar. Joined by Raffaele Bossard (bass) and Lionel Friedli (drums), the Dave Gisler Trio veers effortlessly between punchy rock sensibilities and calmer worlds. The result is a brew of collective and distinct sounds, mixed with otherworldly textures.
Jaimie Branch is a Chicago-born-Brooklyn-based artist, shaking up the world of improvisation and composition. Through her musical practice, Branch is particularly interested in extending and expanding the limitations of the trumpet and the musical language of free jazz, with a personal focus on social justice and gender and racial equality.
Her classical training and “unique voice capable of transforming every ensemble of which she is a part” (Jazz Right Now) has contributed to a wide range of projects not only in jazz but also punk, noise, indie rock, electronic and hip-hop. Branch has released three albums on Chicago’s acclaimed International Anthem Recordings, amassing a worldwide fanbase along the way.
In 2019, these kindred spirits combined for a series of live performances leading to the release of the ‘Zurich Concert’ album on Intakt Records in 2020. We are delighted to welcome this remarkable outfit to Belfast for what promises to be an incredible night of music.
“An inspired match, as both Gisler and Branch combine a thorough grounding in jazz with a penchant for punk attitude and alternative energies. There’s mellow moments of stoner vibes and a heavy free-form bash not unlike Peter Brötzmann’s Full Blast in full flight. If you’re pining for the glorious and unpredictable joy of live performance, give this one a try!” – Jazzwise
“furious and impassioned, dejected and chaotic – Branch’s bursts of searing trumpet are a unifying narrative force.” – Guardian
Covid-19 Audience Updated Policy
Following Local Government Guidance, our Covid-19 policy has been updated.
We can new host seated shows at higher capacity. In advance of your visit there are a number of things you need to know.
All ticket holders aged 18 and over, will need to provide ONE of the following:
- Proof of full vaccination – both doses received (A full 14 days must have passed since the final dose of COVID-19 vaccine was received)
- Proof of a negative NHS Lateral Flow Test taken no more than 24 hours prior to attending the event
- Proof of natural immunity antibodies based on a positive NHS PCR test result for COVID-19, lasting for 180 days after the date of the positive test and following completion of the self-isolation period
Additional measures to keep you and our staff team safe:
- We ask that you are respectful of others and keep your distance from other people are you move through the venue
- We ask that you sanitise you hands on arrival and regularly wash and sanitise you hands throughout your visit
- Face coverings are required and should be worn on arrival
- We will have enhanced cleaning before and after events and additional sanitisation during events
- Staff and security staff will be to hand to help manage queues and the movement of people through the venue
- Contact details of visitors to the venue will be retained for Track and Trace purposes. Please scan the QR code on arrival. Date is held in line with GDPR.
It goes without saying, but please do not attend if you are showing any Covid-19 symptoms.