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Rewire x Korzo #15

Liz Harris & Roy Montgomery, Mary Lattimore

Thursday 12 September 2019 — 18:00

On Thursday 12 September, we kick off the fourth season of our collaborative concert series with Korzo Theater. Our fifteenth edition welcomes musician and vocalist Liz Harris - also known as Grouper - who will join forces with guitarist Roy Montgomery, as well as a solo performance by Mary Lattimore, on grand harp and electronics.

Rewire x Korzo

Thursday 12 September
Location: Korzo Theater, Prinsestraat 42, The Hague
Doors open at 20:00, concerts start at 20:30

Presale: €15 / €10 (students, CJP and age below 27)
Door: €17 / €12 (students, CJP and age below 27)

Liz Harris & Roy Montgomery

For the past 15 years, American musician Liz Harris, also known of her solo-project Grouper, has composed an exceptional body of work. Harris has created an intimate, meditative musical signature, delicately exploring spaces between ambient, field recordings, and more song-structured music. During Rewire x Korzo, she will be joined by New Zealand-born guitarist and experimentalist composer Roy Montgomery. Just like Harris, Montgomery has a minimalist approach to music, with more power and noise. Liz Harris and Roy Montgomery already joined forces in the past, as Harris was featured on Montgomery's latest solo album 'Suffuse', collaborating on its ethereal noise track 'Landfall'. The two also teamed up before, releasing a split EP in 2010. This night will be a rare opportunity to hear both grandmasters live together, presenting their only performance in The Netherlands.

Watch "Roy Montgomery - Landfall (with Liz Harris/Grouper)" by "Alex N." on

Mary Lattimore

Mary Lattimore is a Los Angeles-based musician who uses her concert grand harp to conjure up beautifully abstracted forms that evoke a host of memories, landscapes and allusions. Across a breadth of recordings, collaborations and art commissions her music explores a realm of wordless narratives and indefinite travelogues, where – with the help of effects and occasional vocals - extended harp improvisations morph into spectral songforms. In live performance she reveals the impressionist magic of her chosen instrument, blurring classical technique and ambient electronics to beguiling effect.

Watch "Mary Lattimore - Silver Ladders" by "ghostlyintl" on