Gypsy Fire Dance
BJ Cole & Emily Burridge performing Gnossienne No.1-3 in The Convent Club chapel.Watch the whole show here: https://theconvent.netgig.co.uk/event/bj-cole-uk-tour/
BJ Cole & Emily Burridge performing Indian Willow in The Convent Club chapel.Watch the whole show here: https://theconvent.netgig.co.uk/event/bj-cole-uk-tour/
Prayer for the Rivers
As artist in residence for the American Ubiquity University Wisdom School at Chartres Cathedral, France 2014. 'Prayer for the Rivers' is a recording of an improvised piece played during a live performance in the crypt of the cathedral.
from the double CD production "Out of the Blue & Into the Amazon" produced by Emily Burridge. This stills video features photographs taken by Emily when she was living and working with the Xavante Indians of Marimbu village, Mato Grosso, Brazil.
Emily Burridge cello & Felix Gibbons percussion, with special guest Marco Campos 10-string guitarist from Rio de Janeiro.
Emily's music is regularly used for films and documentaries, extracts from her CD productions and works are represented in various library music companies.
As a session 'cellist working on film scores, recent achievements include her multitrack 'cello performance on BAFTA-nominated director Gary Tarne's acclaimed film "The Prophet" and Terry Flaxton's new film "To Stand and Stare" where she watched the film and responded with improvised 'cello.
In the video above Emily plays extracts of two pieces "Globalisation" and "Rain Man Sings" from her release "Out of the Blue & Into the Amazon" and demonstrates her use of modern sampling technology which she utilises while she is playing the 'cello and which enables her to create multi tracked pieces during her solo performance production.
Duos for Pedal Steel Guitar & 'cello. Emily and Pedal steel guitar legend BJ Cole talk about their work as a duo ensemble. An interview is followed by a performance of their arrangement of Erik Satie's Gnossienne No3
'Rain Man Sings Video' features extracts from Emily Burridge’s first performance at the Brazilian embassy in London of her production "Into the Amazon" and includes video footage of Xavante Indians of Brazil filmed by her when she last visited the tribe.