Union Chapel presents:

Daylight Music 301

Andrew Wasylyk + Robert Stillman + Victoria Hume

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    Sat 23 February 2019

  • Doors open: 12:00

  • Pay-What-You-Can on the door (suggested ticket price £5)

Entry Requirements: Under 16s accompanied by an adult

A lazy afternoon with music, tea and cake

An event for all ages, produced by Arctic Circle

Andrew Wasylyk is the alias of Scottish writer, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Andrew Mitchell. In 2018, Andrew was extended a residency invite from arts centre and historic house, Hospitalfield, Arbroath, Scotland to create new music for their restored, 19th century, Er-ard Grecian harp.During Wasylyk’s five-month sojourn he created melodies and progressions echoing the building’s unique relationship with the looming North Sea horizon. Using not only the harp, but the house’s original grand piano, Andrew explored the Angus landscape and beyond, gathering field recordings on trips to neighbouring Seaton Cliffs and Bell Rock Lighthouse (the world’s oldest surviving sea-washed lighthouse) He plays a selection or music and melodies in intimate arrangements for the chapel today.



Robert Stillman is a composer and multi-instrumentalist from the northeast United States. His music juxtaposes the archaic with the futuristic, incorporating influences of Jazz, Minimalism, American Folk music, and experimental electronic music to create a sound described by the Guardian Observer as “lending an avant-garde shimmer to pre-modern American sounds.” Stillman has released 8 albums of his music, the most recent of which, Rainbow, (Orindal Records) has received praise from Mojo, Aquarium Drunkard, Uncut, and Other Music, and has been played on radio programmes such as Late Junction (BBCR3), Jamie Cullum (BBC2).



Victoria Hume self-released her first albums Limbs & Digits and Landing – the latter was championed by Lauren Laverne on BBC 6 Music, who called it “really beautiful stuff.” She also writes about experiences of health and illness, including 2013’s Delirium and 2017’s Delirium Part II – both made with support from the PRS Women Make Music fund, and based on interviews with people who have experienced delirium in hospital. She is currently working on a new choral piece for the Singing for Breathing programme at Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust. Her most recent EP, “Closing”, released on Lost Map, was chosen by Lauren Laverne for her Best of 2016. She is releasing new music through Lost Map in 2019.


Times & Useful Information

Daylight Music runs from 12noon to 2pm.

Margins Cafe is open throughout serving a range of homemade cakes, quiches and hot drinks.

There’s no need to book in advance for Daylight Music, just come along on the day.

Our venue is entirely seated and seating is unreserved but if you have any specific access requirements please do get in touch.

There’s lots more useful information in the Visiting section of our website.

Ticket Information

Pay-What-You-Can on the door (suggested ticket price £5)

All ages welcome

All of the money from your ticket goes to the running costs of the event and expenses of bringing these bands, from all over the country, to the venue. We couldn’t run these events without your generosity – it makes the whole thing possible, so thank you!

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