She is ‘cellist and MD of contemporary music group Icebreaker, soloist, performer for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company and has had many pieces written for her. She is a tutor at the Institute Of Contemporary Music Performance, lectures at Brunel University, teaches ‘cello at Goldsmiths College and regularly gives or takes part in master classes at colleges and Universities.
Moving to london in 2008 he completed his degree at The Institute, studying under tutors such as Terry Gregory, Dave Marks and Holger Skepeneit. It was while studying that his interest in composition and sound design first arose, leading to work providing music and foley for film shorts and computer games.
He currently writes and performs for We Are Children (We Make Sound), Synth-Rock band Karman Line (www.karmanline.co.uk) and Gypsy Swing out-fit Tzigauners (www.facebook.com/tzigauners)
Music producer, DJ with Mind The Dubstep
Jeremy Muchenje is a freelance professional bass guitarist who has been playing for over ten years in a variety of acts and across a range of contemporary styles.
Jeremy is currently employed as a show band musician with cruise line Holland America, where he plays all styles of music all over the world. When he’s not travelling the globe he performs around London in various covers bands, musical theatre productions and studio sessions, and maintains an active online presence through YouTube, Facebook and other social media.
In addition to teaching music privately Jeremy also works as a tutor for the new School Of Rock program run by Arts First, part of Islington Council’s Music Service.
Jeremy Muchenje is the co-principal bass guitarist for ‘We Are Children (We Make Sound)’ and has played with the group since its inception.
On Sunday 9th March Jo launches her highly anticipated Matchbox EP at Belushis in Camden.
Richard is a dynamic, exciting young British violinist who strives to forge and unearth musical collaborations between a wide range of musical contexts. Having trained for his Masters in Jazz at the London Guildhall School of Music and Drama, he already holds a wealth of experience within him, and his portfolio of work over the past years is testament to his virtuosity, creativity and dexterity as a player. His influences as a musician are ever emerging as he continues to play, though improvised music remains at his core. Far removing the violin from the orchestral setting, he delves into Rock, Folk, World music and Jazz to find his sounds.