Music on the Edge at White Moose..

To the Four Corners of the Earth (detail) © Edward Crumpton, 2013

To the Four Corners of the Earth (detail) © Edward Crumpton, 2013

“utterly captivating…clarinet and flute in sparse, unhurried collusion akin to a meditative Feldman work..” The Independent

Renowned Dartmoor based duo Music On The Edge will be playing a special set from their album ‘Mariner’s Way’ to celebrate the opening of the first solo exhibition by one of Devon’s most exciting emerging visual artists Edward Crumpton at new contemporary art space White Moose in North Devon, on Thursday 10th October.

‘Mariner’s Way’ was the duo’s first collaborative CD and follows, through music, the part- mythical footpath which navigates over Dartmoor. The Mariners Way is also the name of and inspiration for Edward Crumpton‘s mammoth project incorporating a video piece, oil paintings, drawings, photographs and several limited edition woodcut prints in addition to a major rope sculpture, exhibited in its entirety for the first time at White Moose this Autumn.

Music On The Edge is flautist Susie Hodder-Williams (piccolo, flute, alto flute, bass flute and ethnic flutes) and saxophonist/clarinettist Chris Caldwell (soprano & baritone saxophones and bass clarinet) who regularly invite guest musicians of international calibre to join them for specific projects. Their music is described as fresh and experimental, residing at the edge of folk, classical and improvisation, inspired by the landscape and natural history of Dartmoor.

For more information about Edward Crumpton‘s exhibition The Mariners Way at White Moose, please follow this link:

White Moose
Trinity Street
Devon EX32 8HX
T 01271 379872

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By Digital Institute of Early Parenthood Posted in Uncategorized

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