chris mapp - bass player, composer, improviser

gigs
date
band
where
13th June (18:45)
Atlas (Rebecca Nash)
Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff More info
22nd June (19:30)
Aaron Diaz/ Andrew Woodhead/ Chris Mapp
Free Improvisation at ORT Cafe, Balsall Heath, Birmingham More info
27th June (20:30)
Atlas (Rebecca Nash)
Jazz North East, Jazz Cafe, Newcastle More info
9th July (14:00)
Jonathan Silk Big Band
Mostly Jazz Festival, Birmingham, More info
29th July (15:00)
Atlas (Rebecca Nash)
Manchester Jazz Festival More info
current releases
gonimoblast

Live gonimoblast double album with very special guests Arve Henriksen & Maja Ratkje


flatland
bandcamp
third album from gonimoblast Leafcutter John, Chris Mapp and Mark Sanders with special guest Shabaka Hutchings


the depths
bandcamp
second album from gonimoblast Dan Nicholls, Leafcutter John, Chris Mapp and Mark Sanders


always darkest before dawnn
bandcamp
debut release by gonimoblast Sam Wooster, Dan Nicholls, Leafcutter John, Chris Mapp and Mark Sanders
solo


doomprov

doomprov 2 (live)

doomprov 3
Howard/Wiggan/Mapp

from dust we came...to dust we return
Limited vinyl pressing on Static Caravan Records. Previously unreleased solo recordings of saxophonist Noah Howard, reimagined by Justin Wiggan and Chris Mapp.
jim dvorak/paul dunmall/mark sanders/chris mapp


cherry pickin
iTunes CD
Jim Dvorak trumpet, voice; Paul Dunmall tenor sax, saxello; Chris Mapp bass; Mark Sanders Drums.
Residency 2014 - 2015: University Of Worcester

During the academic year 2014/15 I am Musician In Residence at the University Of Worcester. I'll be doing lots of playing at the University as well as programming some other gigs. I'll also be writing some new music and involved in various other things too. I've also got a Twiiter account for the project: Twitter (@miruow) and Tumblr.

Most recently I have been work with a group of third year art students to create a site specific piece which acts as a tour of the University. The compositions below are created from sounds sourced from various locations around the University. The students then created an accompanying artwork for each space and we presented the work as a guided tour of the University with Audio streaming via Soundcloud through smartphones and headphones. More about the project can be found here: Site & Sound Tumblr

If you want to get in touch about the project then you can email me.