Woodbridge Festival 2020 Lockdown Part Three Continuing our programme of online and socially distanced Lockdown 2020 events, Noise of Art has been programming and filming live performances across the Suffolk market town of Woodbridge for the Woodbridge Festival of Art
BLACK MONTMARTRE: American Jazz and European Street Music 1920’s-2020’s. Noise of Art's Black Montmartre project is inspired by the arrival of Black American music and clubs in Europe after WW1 and celebrates the way Europe has embraced black American music
As Part of Noise of Art's Black Montmartre project, exploring the long relationship between black American and European street music, we commissioned US poet H.E Ross to write about the true story of King, a slave owned by Benjamin
HE ROSS READING LIVE AT TURK'S HEAD SOCIAL - BENJAMIN FRANKLIN THE LADY AND ENSLAVED BOY NAMED KING. San Franciscan born American poet reads his Noise of Art commissioned poem. The pice was specially commissioned to coincide with the anniversary
Exclusive new music from Red Snapper for Noise of Art's new project, Black Montmartre. Inspired by the long cultural dialogue between Europe and Black American music, we had planned to launch it this year, until the pandemic changed that. 'Brother'
Pioneering Brit soul and funk singer Leee John performs an intimate live set and talks to Ben Osborne about the story of British black music as he lived it. The streamed show is raising money for Save Our venues.
On Sunday 2 August 2020 Woodbridge Festival of Art and Music presents 2020 Lockdown, an online broadcast of specially recorded new live shows featuring Leee John of Imagination, Red Snapper (new track recorded in lockdown), DJ Ben Osborne, J.S