AN EVENING WITH SERAFINA STEER
19:00 Thu 16 Jan 2014
Join harpist and songwriter Serafina Steer in The Pavilion set in the gardens of the Horniman Museum, first opened in 1901. In this magical setting with its panoramic view across London, Serafina will perform alongside a selection of short films, including animations by her brother Sam Steer, who recently graduated from the Royal College of Art.
Serafina’s 2013 album The Moths Are Real was produced by Jarvis Cocker and was Rough Trade shop’s Album of the Month. Recording took place in St Leonard’s Church, Shoreditch and various East London studios, and Jarvis came on board after previously cited her 2010 album Change Is Good Change Is Good as his favourite of that year.
Programme will include:
SLUG SEX + sound of crickets スラグセックス by Julian Simmons
with live musical accompaniment of a new work for total Harp by Matt Rogers, performed
by Serafina Steer
videos by Jenny Moore
Animations by Sam Steer
The Postman (with live soundtrack)