Watch my interview with Amsterdam based composer Kate Moore on her piece Space Junk. In this piece Kate translates data set on movements satelites in space into 33 minutes 30 seconds composition for large ensemble, electronics, and 4 androgynous singers.
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Kate Moore creates sounds for acoustic and electroacoustic media and writes instrumental music, concert music, sound installations and more. She is an internationally acclaimed composer. Her works are performed by Asko|Schönberg, Bang on a Can, Icebreker, Slagwerk Den Haag, Ensemble Offspring, the Australian String Quartet, The Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra and Groot Omroepkoor, among others.
Watch my interview with Kate Moore on her music, her perspective and her views on new music. She creates sounds for acoustic and electroacoustic media and writes instrumental music, concert music, sound installations and more. She is an internationally acclaimed composer. Her works are performed by Asko|Schönberg, Bang on a Can, Icebreker, Slagwerk Den Haag, Ensemble Offspring, the Australian String Quartet, The Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra and Groot Omroepkoor, among others.
Selected works composed by Kate Moore
Watch my interview with Hannes Seidl on his and Daniel Kötters piece “Land (Stadt Fluss)”. It is the second part of their trilogy Stadt Land Fluss. It is a music theater piece for ensemble, electronics, video, book, and installation. In this piece Seidl and Kötter reimagine country side with farmers and craftsmen, brass music, security forces, flags, stable smell, and pyrotechnics. This idiosyncratic commune moves from the country to the theater and spreads out for five hours in the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm.
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Hannes Seidl is a composer of instrumental and electronic…
Watch my interview with Frankfurt based composer Hannes Seidl. He works as a composer of instrumental and electronic concert music, often in collaboration with other artists — on music theater, installations, and other cross-genre formats. He was the winner of the Impulse competition and the composition competition of the Bremen State Music Council and has won award of Best Experimental Film for “Film für über Sofa” (together with Daniel Kötter) at the Bolzano Short Film Festival (2010). His music has been performed at most major european festivals for contemporary music such as Donaueschinger Musiktage, Darmstädter Ferienkurse, Klang! Kopenhagen, Ultima Oslo, Warshaw Autumn, Biennale di Venezia, Wien Modern, Musica d’hoy Madrid, Maerzmusik Berlin, ultraschall …
Selected works created by Hannes Seidl
Watch my interview with Simon Steen-Andersen on his music and contemporay musical landscape. He is a Berlin-based composer, performer and installation artist, working in the field between instrumental music, electronics, video and performance. His works from the last decade concentrates on integrating concrete elements in the music and emphasizing the physical and choreographic aspects of instrumental performance. He is teaching composition at The Royal Academy of Music and at Bern University of the Arts.
Selection of works created by Simon Steen-Andersen
TRIO (2019) for orchestra, choir, big-band and video:
Walk the Walk (2020, trailer)
The Loop of…
Watch my interview with Rob Hamilton on his piece Trois Machins de la Grâce Aimante that is created for string quartet musicians who with the help of VR headsets play Coretet. Coretet is a virtual reality instrument that explores the translation of performance gesture and mechanic from traditional bowed string instruments into an inherently non-physical implementation. It offers musicians both a flexible and articulate musical instrument to play as well as a networked performance environment capable of supporting and presenting a traditional four-member string quartet. Rob Hamilton is continuously using this instrument to create new musical pieces, e.g. …
Jennifer Walshe is a new music composer, performer, and improviser. She widley uses multimedia, performative elements and archive material in her pieces. She frequently performs as a vocalist, specialising in extended techniques. Many of her compositions are commissioned for her voice either as a soloist or in conjunction with other instruments, and her works have been performed by her and others at festivals all around the world. She has been the recipient of fellowships and prizes from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, New York; the DAAD Berliner Künstlerprogramm, the Internationales Musikinstitut, Darmstadt and Akademie Schloss Solitude among others. …
Watch my interview with composer Dmitri Kourliandski on his music piece “Crypto Silence”. In his piece he has created and tokenised digital silence as digitally unique file that could be bought and re-traded in the form of non-fungibal token (NFT). Crypto Silence is refference to John Cage piece 4′33″. It is his second musical piece that is tokenised and traded on Open Sea platform. His first piece created as NFT token is called Piano Space.
You can listen, experience, and buy Crypto Silence here.
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Dmitri Kourliandski is a contemporary music composer from Moscow. His compositions…
Watch my interview with David Stout on his and Cory Metcalf piece Interium. Interium is both a video installation and an integrated virtual reality experience. The project utilizes real-time animation and generative sound to immerse the viewer-participant in a detailed other worldly expanse populated by morphogenic visual forms. Interium is rendered in a hybrid visual language that seamlessly fuses supple pattern formations inspired by the flora and fauna of the natural world with kinetic sculptural structures reminiscent of man-made artifacts and architectures. …
Watch my interview with Marko Ciciliani. He is a multimedia music composer and performer based in Austria. Interactive video, light design and laser graphics often play an integral part in his compositions. His works has been programmed by festivals for post-avantgarde music such as Donaueschinger Musiktage, Wien Modern, Ultraschall Berlin, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival or Maerzmusik. He is Professor for Computer Music Composition and Sound Design at the Institute for Electronic Music and Acoustics (IEM) of the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz.
Selection of works created by Marko Ciciliani
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