Let’s the artists introduce themselves…
Flavia Bertram is a physical theatre performer and director who trained in Corporeal Mime. She performed with Twisted Hip, OneTaste Cabaret, OneTaste Theatre’s Buster’s Silver Screen Daydreams commissioned by Happy Days International Beckett Festival Enniskillen. Most recently she has co-devised The Lonely Room as well as Tack-On Tours in association with the London Festival of Architecture and In TRANSIT Festival.
Terra Viva perform their passionate and emotive take on Italian folk song of the past, present and beyond. Together with their original material, their melodic stylings draw you in as it slides smoothly from narratives of social and political struggle to upbeat and gypsy style songs that will make your spirits rise.
Barbara Reggio is a versatile Italian singer based in London. She has performed different styles of music, ranging from Jazz, Bossa Nova and Ska and has been collaborating with diverse talented musicians. She is currently writing her own pop-orientated Debut Album, which also reflects her love for jazz and electronic music. You can listen to some of her demo tracks on https://soundcloud.com/barbara-reggio. Barbara is also singing with The Moonstompers, a reggae-ska band, who have been supporting artists such as Roy Ellis and Dawn Penn and are soon due to release their first album of originals.
Craig Carri is a young jazz guitarist based in Hackney. Originally from Ireland, he studied in Hull for several years before moving down to become a part of the vibrant London scene. Craig has been fortunate enough to perform with many great musicians including Esben Tjalve, Andrew Oliver, Andrea Di Biase, and more. On top of writing his own music, he also runs a jazz band which can be booked for all forms of venues and events.
Performing poetry since 2002, Sam Berkson has toured the UK and performed at festivals from Latitude, to Edinburgh, to Hay-on-Wye, Secret Garden Party and Bestival and as the UK representative at the European Lyd plus Litteratur Festival of literature and music in Aarhus, Denmark. He performs under the stage name,Angry Sam.
Tiziano Doria, photographer. He graduated from the two-year specialisation course in photography from the Brera Academy in Milan. He has collaborated with a number of artists and institutions including the Brera Academy, Mario Cresci, Bruno and Paola Di Bello, Tomas Saraceno, Emilio Isgrò, MUFOCO Museum of Contemporary Photography, Marconi Foundation Milan, MART Rovereto and the Isola Art Center. He currently works at the Brera Academy as an assistant on the two-year specialisation course in photography coordinated by Professor Paola Di Bello. His passion for the photographic process has led him to investigate technical limits ranging from traditional techniques to the latest technology. He addresses various topics, from the collection to the reuse of existing images. This reuse does not just constitute manipulation but above all choices, repositionings and reflections.