Bex Burch (Gyil)
Ruth Goller (Bass)
Jim Hart (Drums)
Vula Viel are a jazz group from London, playing music based on the sound of the gyil, a wooden xylophone from West Africa, fused with elements of electronica and minimal music. Vula Viel were formed by Bex Burch and name means “Good is Good” in the Dagaaba language, Dagaare. Originally from Yorkshire, Bex Burch trained in percussion at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where she was introduced to the minimalist music of Steve Reich, and then spent three years with the Dagaaba people of the Upper West Region of Ghana.Vula Viel come to Newcastle in support of their new album ‘What’s Not Enough About That’.”One of the most exciting young UK groups I’ve heard” – Jez Nelson (BBC Radio 3)
This concert is presented by Jazz North East in association with Jazz.Coop at The Globe
AT THE GLOBE
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