Coen van der Zanden
Viv has played flute with the Multiple and has been happily involved with all its various combinations and projects, since 2010. She met Billie during a foray into cabaret after leaving London. Performance has always been the chosen path; after a music degree, Viv went to drama school and spent a decade in the theatre. The amazing creativity and and amount of wonderful musicians in Devon have furthered the passion to play, record, compose and teach. Viv is also the flautist and backing vocalist for Gong family band, The Invisible Opera Company of Tibet (UK), based in deepest Devon.
Roz has enjoyed lots of different roles as a musician and has worked within the UK music scene for many years performing in a huge variety of ensembles and recording projects.
Performing live is an essential focus and provided Roz the opportunity to play alongside many interesting musicians (including Mark Lockheart, Issie Barratt, Paul Dunmall, Deirdre Cartwright, Alan Wakeman, Jaqui Dankworth, Jay Darlington, Harry Beckett, Mike and Kate Westbrook, Kathy Dyson, Zoe Rahman, Lou Gare, Dave Sinclair, Chris Biscoe, Dave Holdsworth, Andy Tweed, Pete Wyman, Mark Bassey and Karen Street), play live on air for BBC Radio 3 and take her music to established venues including The Vortex, London Jazz Festival and Birmingham Jazz Lines.
Roz lives in Devon and likes to play new music. She can also be found playing saxophone in Mike Westbrook's 'The Uncommon Orchestra' plus leads her own band ///SUPERMOOD\\\ which features Mike Outram on guitar and Jim Bashford on drums. Roz can also be found exploring the hand made visual art techniques of 1960s light shows with her ///SUPERMOOD LIGHT SHOW\\\, an adventure she is keen to follow and set alongside her music and other projects.
As a musician and audio-visual artist Lee seldom adheres to convention. He has created and contributed towards a number of critically acclaimed works, collaborating with artists spanning the globe.Together with long-term musical cohort Markus Reuter he is a founding member of Unsung Productions, an international collective of independent audio professionals.
Martine grew up in London surrounded by opera, jazz, choral music and urban beats.
An only child, Martine occupied her time exploring her father's busking keyboards whilst singing along to R&B videos she taped from MTV.
Whilst studying Music at university, Martine found herself playing complex time signatures on violin with neo-prog band, Qadesh.
This initial encounter with Billie led to the forging of a great friendship and musical partnership.
Moving to Devon has given Martine the space to explore performance, composition and gardening.
As well as The Multiple, she appears on Dave Sinclair's solo albums and currently sings in Mike & Kate Westbrook's Uncommon Orchestra and Company Westbrook. She is a vocal tutor at The Academy of Music and Sound, Exeter and at Plymouth University.