In collaboration with Electric Audio Unit (EAU), a Norwegian electroacoustic music group specialising in immersive spatial audio concerts, cutting edge 3D experiences and spatialisation performance. EAU performs works from around the world, commissions new composers and gives workshops and masterclasses.
Concert #5 and Concert #6 in EAU and Audiorama’s PULS Project , curated by Trond Lossius and Ríkharður H Friðriksson, will take place in Bergen, Norway, June 11–12.
Tuesday 11 June 1, 19:00
Concert #5, curated by Trond Lossius
Wednesday 12 June, 19.00
Concert #6 curated by Ríkharður H Friðriksson
Concert #3 and Concert #4 in our PULS Project 2018/2019, curated by Swedish composer Savannah Agger and Danish artist Cristian Vogel, will take place during the festival Svensk Musikvår in the legendary venue R1 Reaktorhallen in Stockholm. Programme TBA!
Saturday 16 March
16.00 Concert #3 curated by Swedish composer Savannah Agger
20.00 Concert #4 curated by Danish artist Cristian Vogel
SØS Gunver Ryberg, Shapeshifter (2017)
Jonathan Harvey, Mortuos Plango Vivos Voco (1980)
Anders Tveit, “And the ticks turn into tocks and the tocks turn into ticks” (2014)
Cristian Vogel, Acceleration Morphosis (2018, wp)
Koenraad Ecker, The Heart of a Stone (2018, wp)
Cristian Vogel, WokeSeq (2018, wp)
Banrei/Cristian Vogel, Cholalcho
Tine Surel Lange, WORKSFORLISTENING No. 2 & 10 (2017, wp)
— intermission —
Film: Cristian Vogel & The Automatic Message, Agnete and The Merman (2017, dur: 55′)
Hans Tutschku, Remembering Japan – Part 1
Hanna Hartman, Black Bat
Jorge Gregorio Garcia Moncada, Hüzün
Brona Martin, NightEscape
Clemens von Reusner, Definierte Lastbedingung
Erik Nyström, Latitudes
Savannah Agger, Undercurrents
At first only the point of entry is recognised; beyond lies space. In
time more and more landmarks are identified and the subject gains
confidence in movement. Finally the space consists of familiar
landmarks and paths – in other words, place. (pp.71 Yi-Fu Tuan 1977)
In acousmatic music both place(s) and spaces(s) are a great source of
inspiration and importance for the compositions to “become” and a
pre-condition for the music to be perceived.
In this concert you will hear a selection of compositions that relate
to place(s) and/or space(s) in many different ways.
Concert pre-talk with each curator 18:00
The curator will present and perform the concerts. As well, and before each concert at 18:00, we will arrange a pre-concert talk with each curator, to discuss further each curators artistic profile, choices for programme, approaches to spatialization etc.
Ambisonics in Marmorsalen, Sentralen, Oslo
Both concerts will be performed in Marmorsalen at Sentralen, Oslo, using 3DA’s 24-channel playback system for HOA Ambisonics.
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