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Ron Geesin live performance tomorrow evening Print E-mail
Written by Matt   
Friday, 19 April 2013

Ron GeesinRon Geesin, the composer and musician who worked with Roger Waters on the soundtrack to the movie, The Body (and subsequent soundtrack album), and with the Pink Floyd on their 1970 epic, Atom Heart Mother, appears at the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill tomorrow, Saturday April 20th, as part of a Serge Chermayeff exhibition.

"Dear Serge" is an homage to the forward-thinking mind of Serge Chermayeff - an architect, designer, thinker and prominent educator - who the Pavilion proudly has as part of its history. The event - for which tickets are free - runs from 2pm to 10pm, and Ron's performance is scheduled between 9:20pm - 10pm. Facing Ron Geesin is described as "a vibrant probing of the ether through piano, banjos, bass-xylophone, percussion and throat. Wholly consumable see the manic expressive at play." Should be a hugely fun performance and very much worth attending.

For more information, visit the De La Warr Pavilion's website.

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