Hailing from Chicago, Kate Simko has woven a flourishing international career as an electronic music producer, film composer, DJ and classically trained pianist. Kate’s boundary-crossing music has absorbed the sounds of London, tapping the city’s pulse as a DJ on the club circuit as well as her days as a student at the Royal College of Music. She is the founder of the all-female London Electronic Orchestra, which marries her twin passions: live orchestral performance and electronic music.
Innovative sound artist Kayla Painter will open the night, representing Bristol’s colourful and cutting edge electronica scene. Championed by BBC 6Music’s Mary Anne Hobbs, Painter has just been long-listed for Glastonbury Festival’s Emerging Talent Competition – so if you missed her play to a full capacity room at Simple Things 2016, now’s your chance to see this hotly-tipped artist play an intimate show on home turf.
This event follows the Sound Industry conference taking place all day on 30 March in Colston Hall, hosted by Bristol Women in Music. If you’ve already got a ticket to the conference, you can grab a ticket for Kate Simko’s gig for just £10.75 (inc. booking fee).
This is a seated show.
Under 16’s to be accompanied by an adult
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