A scrumptious evening with 3 performances, an installation and some lovely tunes for dessert.
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As 2013 is coming to a close, STEIM is organizing one last concert to celebrate all of the previous events, workshops, residencies and other activities
Date: Thursday 12 December, 2013
Time: 20:30 (Door open 20:00 hrs)
Location: STEIM Concert Space, Utrechtsedwarsstraat 134, Amsterdam
Since we are a small venue, there is a limited amount of tickets. So please make sure to be on time, FULL = FULL!
Free improvised music, flowing between electro-noise, contemporary music, postmodern jazz, free punk and soundscapes
Michael Fischer (A): tenor saxophone, feedback_saxophone, violin
Marcos Baggiani (NL): drums, small instruments
An energetic noise impro duo, psychedelic and poetic at the same time, with an ever uncontrollable microphone feedbacking from inside the saxophone and a frenetic drummer trying to cope with it
bAgg*fisH’s online pre-release ‘seven feedback_saxophone drums duos’, ar 070, 2012 http://www.auditionrecords.com/ar070.php
two sets live in Amsterdam and Den Haag, NL, 2012
at Wonderwerp, Studio Loos, Den Haag, NL, 2012
Miha Ciglar will perform an improvised set based on “no input mixing board” feedback concepts, involving the „Syntact“ new musical interface, which he developed within IRZU – Institute for Sonic Arts Research and its spin-off company Ultrasonic Audio Technologies. The revolutionary technology behind Syntact provides contact-free tactile feedback to the musician. By utilizing airborne ultrasound a force field is created in mid-air that can be sensed in a tactile way. It allows a musician to feel the actual sound and its temporal as well as harmonic texture. While an optical sensor system is interpreting his hand gestures and mapping the descriptors of hand motion onto sound synthesis/processing parameters, the musician can physically engage with the medium of sound by virtually molding and shaping it – i.e. changing its acoustic appearance – directly with his hands.
Raphael Vanoli: Fender VI, electric guitar, electronics, casio
Gerri Jäger: drums, percussion, synth, electronics, casio
Sandor Caron: sound engineer
Carlos Dalla Fiore: dubs/processing
Rosa Menkman: Visuals
For this evening Knalpot will play a special set which is more dub inspired. With less electronics on stage, more improvisation and joined by Carlos Dalla Fiore for dubs&processing. Rosa Menkman will complete the picture by adding live glitchy visuals.
GABEY TJON A THAM
5 etudes for )))) repetition at my distance
duration: 05:00, loop
The installation consists of five short pieces for three blue light wires that are based on a subjective interpretation of sound traveling through space.
Inspired by the wind passing through trees they explore various relationships and associations between image, sound and movement; as individuals and as a group.
Electronic & Electro
And for a fine finish of the evening some tunes by dj Rugon