10th December, 17.30-18.30.
Works by Roxanne Turcotte, Natasha Barrett, Anders Vinjar, Anders Tveit, Daniele de Virgilio. Our guest performers for this concert are Karin Hellqvist (violin) and Heloisa Amaral (piano).
Roxanne Turcotte: Mères et monde (acousmatic, sound diffusion).
Natasha Barrett: Allure & Hoodwink (piano, violin, live electronics and 8-ch electroacoustic sound).
Anders Vinjar: Oppspent line (acousmatic, sound diffusion).
Daniele de Virgilio: Everything that shines (acousmatic, sound diffusion).
Anders Tveit: TBA.
‘Three Fictions’ from 2002 broadcast here in Max Shea‘s monthly program http://martiangardens.blogspot.no/…/martian-gardens-episode… Follow the links to RADIO4ALL and hear the free podcast including my own ‘Three Fictions’ and other pieces by Robert Scott Thompson, Laurie Spiegel and Philip Perkins (set II): http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/89438
Electric Audio Unit (EAU) are playing their next acousmatic concert on the 22nd November at 19.30, in Sentralen, Oslo.
The diverse program contains classics such as “Klang” by Jonty Harrison and “Chiaroscuro” by Francis Dhomont (who celebrated this 90th birthday on the 2nd November), a premier commissioned by EAU from Koka Nikoladze called “Ritual for a 3D printer”, and much more!
The stereo works on the program will be performed debuting the new Virtualmonium instrument. The Virtualmonium is a virtual loudspeaker orchestra, emulating a real acousmonium in higher order ambisonics.
Jonty Harrison: “Klang” (1996)
Monique Jean: “A Farewell to SOS” (1997)
Ambrose Field: “Storm” (extract) (2006)
Francis Dhomont: “Chiaroscuro” (1987)
Koka Nikoladze: “Ritual for a 3D printer” (premier)
Elizabeth Anderson: “L’Heure Bleue” (2016)
Åke Parmerud: “Raw” (2012)
For more info and tickets: http://www.electricaudiounit.no/concerts/
Entering into the third week of my Master Artist residency at the Atlantic Centre for the Arts. My eight associated artists are doing great work at this fantastic centre. On Thursday 3rd November they will share some of their creative output to the general public.