Results for "Electroacoustic"
Yorgos Dimitriadis, born in Thessaloniki Greece 1964, is a Berlin based percussionist, composer/improviser. In his original solo work he uses drums, cymbals and microphones to compose real time sonic landscapes, with an emphasis on timbre, sound color and long durations. Current projects include: KOPFKINO (solo for drums & microphones), Duos with Achim Kaufmann, Ignaz Schick, Andrea Parkins, Axel Dörner, Ingo Reulecke (dance), DYET with Erato Tzavara (video), Trios GLUE (w/Tom Arthurs, Miles Perkin), GRIX (w/Antonis Anissegos, Floros Floridis), KERN (w/ Edith Steyer, Matthias Müller), FABRIC (w/Frank Paul Schubert, Mike Majkowski), Trio (w/ Andrea Parkins/Philippe Lemoine), The Ohz (w/Bryan Eubanks, Andrea Parkins, Andrew Lafkas), TVBOON (w/Floros Floridis, Jannis Anastasakis). Since 2006 he lives in Berlin and appears at festivals and concert series worldwide. He has performed/recorded as a soloist and in collaboration with an array of renowned international artists like Audrey Chen, Paul Dunmall, Tristan Honsinger, Alexander von Schlippenbach, Conny and Matthias Bauer, Frank Gratkowski, Lori Freedman, Michel Doneda, Ulrich Gumpert, Amir ElSaffar, Tobias Delius, Marc Turner, Hilary Jeffery, Robin Hayward, Oguz Büyükberber, Meinrad Kneer, Johannes Fink, Jan Roder, Silke Eberhard, Berlin Improvisers Orchestra (BerIO) and many more. http://www.yorgosdimitriadis.com/about Festival appearances include Jazzfest Berlin, Jazzdor Berlin/Strasbourg, Enjoy Jazz, Onassis Cultural Center Athens, Nice Jazz Festival, Theatre de la Bastille, Paleo Festival Nyon, Jazz and More Festival Sibiou, Soundance Festival, Moving Silence Nicosia and others. Yorgos Dimitriadis can be heard on recordings on Jazzwerkstatt, NoBusiness, Creative Sources, FMR and Not Applicable labels.
Craig Scott (b.1987, Aberdeen,Scotland) creates sound works for human and non-human performers. Using handmade analogue hardware, robotics and modified obsolete audio technology exploring the disquieting tension that exists between human and machine made music. this takes form across three streams: Animating instruments and domestic objects in the absence of/in collaboration with improvising human performers; Exploiting malfunction as artistic expression, harnessing the inherent instability of obsolete audio technologies through the precision digital control affords; Acousmatic music in which live instrumental recordings are dissected, transformed and blended with synthetic sources and field recordings, blurring perceptions of the organic/artificial. As a solo artist he is the recipient of the PSR Composers Fund, Jerwood/PRS Take 5, Francis Chagrin Composer Award, Gain Trust Award, Hope Scott Trust Award, ECF and PRSF grants
Mike Bullock is a bassist, composer, improviser, visual artist, and writer based in Western Massachusetts. Bullock has been performing since the mid 90s at venues across the US and in Europe, including Fylkingen in Stockholm, Sweden; Instants Chavirés in Paris; Café OTO in London; Experimental Intermedia and ISSUE Project Room in New York City; The Philadelphia Museum of Art; and EMPAC in Troy, NY. In June 2015, Bullock received a Performance Grant from the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage. Bullock is an Ambassador for the Kingdoms of Elgaland-Vargaland. mikebullock.com finenoiseandlight.bandcamp.com
Matthew Steckler, aka Matty Stecks, performs and composes in several musical settings internationally. Since Fall 2017, he is on the faculty in Jazz & Contemporary Popular Music at the renowned Brandon University School of Music in Canada. Primarily a saxophonist/woodwind specialist, he also performs on vocals, keyboards, percussion and electronic media, bringing a dynamic, holistic approach to the live musical experience. His Musical Tramps project on Ropeadope Records features Canada’s Keith Price, Eric Platz, Matt Kozicki and special guests, and is a research-based exploration in jazz, popular, film and electroacoustic music idioms. As a composer and bandleader, Matthew has been recognized for his seminal work with the projects Dead Cat Bounce and Persiflage (Innova and Cuneiform labels), which made Best CD lists in Downbeat & Jazz Times, and earned commissions from Chamber Music America, Meet the Composer and American Composers Forum
Awarded Arts Council England support for the 2017 ‘Stations of the Cross’ Solo Piano Tour and nominated in 2014 for a Paul Hamlyn Award for Artists, Simon Vincent is a performer and composer of acoustic and electronic music, who has been challenging the boundaries of genre and musical expression with a highly personal language since the early 1990’s. “Visionary and expressive”, “rich and surprising”, “incredibly individual”, “masterful compositions”, “an immersive experience”, Simon’s music has attracted praise and radio play from critics as varied as Fran Wilson, Lauren Redhead, Ben Watson, Julian Cowley, Nick Luscombe, Robert Hugill, Massimo Ricci, Gilles Peterson, Mr
Stefan Kristinkov is an eclectic composer, known primarily for his work in independent film, and a clarinetist with an extensive performing background.
His music is characterized by its inventiveness in combining diverse, often unexpected elements, blurring the boundaries of styles and genres.Regardless of being an accomplished musician, music producer and an ambitious composer with years of professional experience, Stefan retains a profound curiosity allowing him to consistently explore new ideas and pursue unique creative solutions.
Jeff Morris is an improviser, coder, and composer. His live sampling debut album, Interfaces (Ravello Records) explores different ways for a computer performer to fit in a jazz trio without dominating it (like Ornette Coleman thought of the piano for forty years). Jeff is joined by free jazz legend Karl Berger (vibes, piano) and NYC dynamo Joe Hertenstein (drums, found percussion). In all his work, Jeff creates experiences that engage audiences’ minds with their surroundings. His performances, installations, lectures, and writings appear in international venues known for cutting- edge arts and deep questions in the arts