Beyond the Airwaves 2 Concert 2022

with David Wright, Carys and special guest Stephan Whitlan

Friday, 29th July 2022 – from 19:30 – 22:30

Electronic music composer David Wright welcomes you to his ‘Beyond the Airwaves 2 Concert’, live streaming on Youtube on July 29th 2022.
This event features electronic space music from David Wright, music from his special guest Stephan Whitlan plus music by David Wright and Stephan Whitlan.
Carys will open the event with a set of her unique folk/rock music.
Venue: The Maltings, Pirnhow Street, Ditchingham, Bungay, Suffolk, NR35 2RU
Concert starts 19:30 GMT end 22:30 GMT
The Beyond the Airwaves’ series of concerts are planned for the last Friday of January, April, July and October. Each event will feature an opening set by Carys, electronic music by David Wright, and music from another electronic musician. Carys will also join David Wright on occasions for their unique blend of electronic ambient music.
The concerts will be free to watch but donations are appreciated.
For those wishing to attend in person, tickets available from:…/beyond-the-airwaves…/
Please note: because the event is being live streamed, there are only limited number of tickets available for those wishing to attend in person. Visibility to the stage and performers may be partially obscured by cameras etc.
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Words, articles, poems, sleeve notes, articles etc penned by David Wright

Over the years, David Wright has written articles for publication and has written poems and text for his CD releases. This page includes those writings plus additional text provided by other authors. click here to read more

David Wright & Carys

David Wright & Carys started working together in 2012 when they performed at ‘The Bungay Bash’. Both musicians are fans of Klaus Schulze, Lisa Gerrard and Dead Can Dance, so they discussed the idea of doing something ’similar’ to the Schulze & Gerrard style, but ‘different’.

Merging vocal textures with synths and rhythms to become both part of the backing and an unobtrusive but integral part of the whole became the raison d’être. A number of musical ideas were laid down, and their first attempt at this ’style’ was ‘Dreaming Desire’, a track both artists are particularly fond of. They also recorded the jazz/chill-out ballad ’Call to Me’, both tracks appearing on ‘Beyond the Airwaves Volume 2’

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