Late Works is a changeable collective of up-and-coming musicians that perform at events of the same name in London.
Late Works is a series of events comprised of cross-media improvisation and response between artists, musicians, designers, writers, film-makers and more. It aims to blur the boundaries between creative disciplines, as well as champion the spontaneous and diverse creativity inherent in a new generation of artists.
In the first Late Works, music collided with art as the musicians responded to folding screens painted by artists Daniel Kerrison Stock (Cousin Bill's Great Thrill) and Ethan Reeves (3 Folds in 2 Wholes), in an improvised hour-long set. The musicians for Late Works One were Billy Leach (guitar), Jesse Doniach (piano), Jordan Hadfield (drums - Club Kuru), Joe MacLaren (bass - Indigo Husk), Tara Cunningham (guitar - Odd Rocket) and Alex Dmochowski (saxophone - Odd Rocket). Recorded in front of a live audience at Louie Louie in Camberwell.
Late Works founded and curated by Joseph Bradley Hill.