Accelerated Evolution Orchestra & Darko Rundek
20.05.17 / 22:00
Cul-de-Sac’s music is based on improvisation, elements of free improvised music, free jazz, noise avant rock, electronica and contemporary music. Sometimes it is structured and very often it is completely improvised.
Cul-de-Sac was formed by Dragan Pajić - Pajo and Damir Prica Kafka - Capri in 1986 in Zagreb. The first line up included Predrag Dubravčić and Nino Markovac. From 1987 to 1991 the group was joined by Igor Pavlica, Neven Jurić - Nenchi, Mario Barišin - Bara, Ivan Marušić - Klif, Darko Rundek and Nikola Santr.
During that period Cul-de-Sac published few audio cassete tapes and made the soundtracks for movies.
They performed concerts in Zagreb, Belgrade, Ljubljana, Copenhagen and Berlin. The last performance of the original line up took place in June 1991 on the balcony of the skyscraper on the main square in Zagreb. A few months later war broke out in the former Yugoslavia.
From 1993 to 2000 Cul-de-Sac worked in Amsterdam and became part of the improvised and experimental music scene there.
After his return to Zagreb in 2000, long term members of the group got together with a younger generation of musicians and Cul-de-Sac evolved into a large collective Cul-de-Sac Accelerated Evolution Orchestra, including some-times up to 20 musicians.
Entrance: 5 KM