A concert with David Vorhaus and the Master’s Live Electronics students from the Conservatory of Amsterdam
Hosted by Jos Zwaanenburg
David Vorhaus is an American-born electronic music pioneer with a background in physics and electronic engineering. He started out as a classical bass player working with symphony orchestras before establishing The White Noise in London in 1968 with BBC Radiophonic Workshop members Delia Derbyshire and Brian Hodgson. Founder of Kaleidophon Studios in London, and inventor of the Kaleidophon instrument, an electronic double-bass-like instrument that he uses on his recordings.
Of the series White Noise albums, the 1969 one called “An Electric Storm” has a strong cult status.
Date: Thursday 23 January, 2014
Time: 20:00 hrs. (Door open 19:30 hrs)
Location: STEIM Studio 3, Utrechtsedwarsstraat 134, Amsterdam