Introducing rhythmic music duo

Posted by Leonie Harris

Introducing rhythmic music duo "Mythm" - Get involved with Emerge

Interested in getting involved in the Emerge project? Want to find out more about the artists associated with the Spalding lab? Then read on...

Eclectic, rhythmic music duo "Mythm" are formed of spoken word poet / musician / designer Jenny Hibberd and percussionist / painter / illustrator Carise Zangerle Murray.

They will be coming to the South Holland Centre every Wednesday 4-6pm from October 2017 to April 2018 to deliver a variety of creative workshops inspired by Shakespearean stories.
These workshops will include:
Participants of these workshops will get the chance to DELIVER A WORLD PREMIERE ARTS FESTIVAL in APRIL 2018.

Why should you be a part of this? >>>

☆ Be a festival maker!
☆ A heap of new friends
☆ Multi-artform experience
☆ Work with established artists
☆ Will look awesome on your CV
☆ Chance to complete Arts Award
☆ Update, celebrate and recreate Shakespeare!

Jenny Hibberd is a regular performer and currently working with mental health groups, vulnerable adults and refugees alongside directing Leicester based performance collective, House of Verse CIC. She loves exploring new realms, finding faces in unexpected places and is also learning B-Boy foundation having just performed her debut spoken word / B-Boy collaboration with Super Cedric at Breakin' Convention.

Carise Zangerle Murray currently works as a freelance illustrator, creative arts tutor and performer alongside working for Phoenix Cinema and Art Centre in Leicester. Carise loves to climb walls and trees and more recently enjoys personally exploring gender identity and expressions alongside performing in Channel 4 First Acts short 'FAG' by Danni Spooner.

As Mythm, they perform on the Leicester circuit as well as sharing their music in hospitals and care centres across Leicestershire.

They can't wait to meet you!

If you'd like to give involved please register your interest on the South Holland Centre website.

Written by Jenny Hibberd.