This event is koha at the door.
'Slow-Fast-Slow' describes the attitude and approach of the performer and is intended as the experience of the audience too. The 'Slow' is the groove ("The groove is not trivial" Alistair Fraser), laid down simply and barely on one track of a ditto loop pedal by amplified violin. The 'Fast' is the improvisation on top, extended melodically from the tune, which dynamically interacts with, comments on and peaks with the groove.
Idea and inspiration for this project comes from the 1970's album 'Solo' by Polish jazz violinist Zbigniew Seifert.