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LIFEM 2010 on The Wire

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LIFEM 2010 dates and programme announced

03 – 07 November 2010


[USA/UK] [London Premiere] [75th anniversary celebration of Terry Riley]

[Belgium] [UK Premiere]

[France] [Rare UK Performance, Only UK Performance This Year]

[UK] [Only UK Performance This Year]

[Estonia/Ukraine] [UK Premiere]

[Brazil] [UK Premiere]

[Estonia] [UK Premiere] [75th anniversary celebration of Arvo Pärt and Giya Kancheli]


Building on last year’s inaugural festival, the London International Festival of Exploratory Music (LIFEM) continues its musical journey with exciting exploratory sounds from all over the world. It begins by celebrating the 75th birthday of composer Terry Riley, the father of American minimalism. Terry takes the stage with Mercury Music award-winning tabla player and multi-instrumentist Talvin Singh and progressive saxophonist George Brooks, on what is a rare visit to Europe. The festival ends with the oldest active early music group in Europe, Hortus Musicus, from Estonia. They celebrate two more 75th birthdays: those of Estonian Arvo Pärt and Georgian Giya Kancheli. In between comes the UK premiere of Flemish Belgium minimalist composer Wim Mertens, a rare UK performance by French Catalan musician Pascal Comelade, the only UK performance of UK composer Gavin Bryars, the UK premiere of Estonian power folk band Svjata Vatra and the UK premiere of Brazilian singer Fernanda Takai, best known as the vocalist of Brazilian super group Pato Fu.

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LIFEM on The Journal of Music

The Journal of Music is not like any other music magazine. It is a magazine of ideas as much as it is a magazine of music. Now in its fifth issue, their writers are leading musicians and composers who are creating a new conversation on musical life today. Contemporary, classical, jazz, traditional, rock, pop, folk, alternative and more – they cover all genres. Distributed in Ireland, the UK and major cities in Europe, The Journal of Music also has subscribers in over twenty-five countries. To order The Journal of Music visit www.journalofmusic.com/subscribe. As they say, intelligent writing on musical life.

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LIFEM on The Journal of Music

The Journal of Music is not like any other music magazine. It is a magazine of ideas as much as it is a magazine of music. Now in its fifth issue, their writers are leading musicians and composers who are creating a new conversation on musical life today. Contemporary, classical, jazz, traditional, rock, pop, folk, alternative and more – they cover all genres. Distributed in Ireland, the UK and major cities in Europe, The Journal of Music also has subscribers in over twenty-five countries. To order The Journal of Music visit www.journalofmusic.com/subscribe. As they say, intelligent writing on musical life.

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LIFEM on the live concert highlights of 2009 for MusicalCriticism.com

The London International Festival of Exploratory Music (LIFEM) which took place in London at Kings Place in November was amongst the live concert highlights of 2009 for MusicalCriticism.com (the new source for concert and opera reviews, articles and interviews on the web).

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LIFEM on Seen and Heard

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LIFEM on Brazilian News

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LIFEM on An Insider view from Outside

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LIFEM on Time Out

Time OutTime Out Nov 5-11, 2009 Critics' ChoiceTime Out Oct 29-Nov 4, 2009 Jenni RoditiTime Out Oct 29-Nov 4, 2009 Andrew PoppyTime Out Oct 29-Nov 4, 2009 Roditi + PoppyTime Out Nov 4-11, 2009 Nielsen + TagaqTime Out Nov 5-11, 2009 Lonely China Day et alTime Out Nov 5-11, 2009 Da Cruz et alTime Out Nov 5-11, 2009 Monster Ceilidh BandTime Out Nov 5-11, 2009 CukunftTime Out Nov 5-11, 2009 OorutaichiTime Out Nov 5-11, 2009 DJ Scotch Egg

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LIFEM on Jazz UK

Jazz UK, Oct_Nov 2009

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more DJ Scotch Egg live at LIFEM, 07nov09

Devil Man is a new collaboration project between DJ Scotch Egg and Dokkebi Q – live at LIFEM: London International Festival of Exploratory Music, 07nov09

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DJ Scotch Egg live at LIFEM, 07nov09

Devil Man is a new collaboration project between DJ Scotch Egg and Dokkebi Q – live at LIFEM: London International Festival of Exploratory Music, 07nov09

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LIFEM on Sonore Newsletter

Sonore Newsletter, November 1st, 2009

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LIFEM 09 ad on Kings Place TV sets

LIFEM 09 ad on Kings Place TV sets

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Cukunft live at LIFEM, 07nov09

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LIFEM on BBC Radio 3

BBC Radio 3 Late Junction plugged the festival and played tracks by artists performing in the festival.

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LIFEM on examiner.com

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Visits per Country/Territory

091031 Visits per Country/Territory

By the end of October, there were more than 5,427 unique visits coming from 99 different countries/territories... UK was the country with more unique visits (2,628), followed by Japan (604) and Portugal (300)

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Visits per City

091031 Visits per City

By the end of October, there were more than 5,427 unique visits coming from 842 different cities... London was the city with more unique visits (1,914), followed by Tokyo (584) and Lisbon (129)

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LIFEM on Japan Journal

Japan Journal

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LIFEM on Time Out’s Critics Choice

Time OutTime Out - Jenni RoditiTime Out - Andrew PoppyTime Out - Nive Nielsen, Tanya TagaqTime Out - Lonely China Day, Tri a Tolia, Lorcan Mac MathunaTime Out - Da Cruz, Madame Mim, Coletivo Radio CipoTime Out - Les Yeux NoirsTime Out - Monster Ceilidh BandTime Out - CukunftTime Out - Oorutaichi, Midori HiranoTime Out - DJ Scotch Egg

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LIFEM on Leros

Leros

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LIFEM on The Times

The-Times

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LIFEM on The Independent’s Ten Best Gigs

The Independent Top Ten Gigs

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