Tue 6 Jul

Bastille Day Concert: Agathe Max, Charlotte Kaslin & Nexcyia

Women Shaping The World

A concert by Agathe Max & Charlotte Kaslin with electronic music by Nexcyia

Agathe Max, violin
Charlotte Kaslin, cello
Nexcyia (Adam Wilkie-Dove), electronic composition

Drawing inspiration from a mixed repertoire including pieces by French and British composers and their own compositions, violinist Agathe Max, cellist Charlotte Kaslin (De Beauvoir Trio) and Nexcyia (TakuRoku/Alien Jams) meld both classical and contemporary music with electronics, performed live at the Institut français on 6 July and shared on our social media on Bastille Day.

Onsite: Tue 6 July 6.30pm
£15, conc. £13, students £5

Tune in onto our Facebook & YouTube channels on 14 July at 12.30pm for a free streaming of the concert

logo Salon en Musiquelogo Women Shaping the World

About the artists

Agathe Max is a multi-instrumentalist and composer based in London.

Recent projects and albums:
2018: Ofield OFIELD | Agathe Max
2018: Fragments FRAGMENTS | Agathe Max
2016: Parallele PARALLELE | Agathe Max


Charlotte Kaslin is an alumna of the Royal Academy of Music and cellist of the De Beauvoir Trio

Recent concerts:
2021: Leeds Town Hall


Nexcyia (Adam Wilkie-Dove) is an African-American/Scottish/French sound artist (TakuRoku / Alien Jams), experimental ambient musician and alumnus of the Royal College of Art, based in London and Paris.

Recent albums :
2021: Origin – Café OTO
2020: Crawl – Alien Jams


See also:



Tue 06 Jul
Ciné Lumière