2023/02/16 @ 8:00 PM @ ARTist’s, Schützgasse 16 ・ € 9
Anaïs Tuerlinckx is a pianist, composer and sound artist from Brussels. Tending to a rather physical and expending way of playing, her performances are characterized by a decidedly harsh and noisy but at the same time elegiac, breezy and spacious sound.
Rettenwander spielt anstatt mit Mitgebrachtem mit Vorgefundenem. Mit dem Veranstaltungsort. Und Körper inklusive Stimme.
2023/03/02 @ 8:00 PM @ ARTist’s, Schützgasse 16 ・ € 9
Stefan Tiefengraber – DOWM
The sound artist Stefan Tiefengraber is presenting his latest sound-performance project DOWM. Three walkmans, three effect pedals, two mixers, a mini-synthesizer, microphones and several feedback loops create a noise-scape that ends in silence and emptiness.
Nikola Vukovic (trumpet), Ivar Krizic (double bass) and Tin Dzaferovic (double bass) are long time friends and colleagues who met on Kunst Uni Graz back in 2013. After years of playing in different Jazz and improvised music projects, Vazdan Trio was formed as an opportunity to explore different sound possibilities in an unconventional setting.
2023/03/16 @ 8:00 PM @ ARTist’s, Schützgasse 16 ・ € 9
Daniel Lercher & Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø
Daniel Lercher & Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø (based in Vienna and Berlin) have been collaborating as a duo since 2010, making tightly woven electroacoustic music that is both ethereal and in-your-face.
Composing with the confusion of provenance and the intermingling of acoustic and electronic sounds, the two instrumentalists develop a heterophonic game from a mimetic sound material, so as to combine a focal point with a harmonic complexity that unfolds, by natural bounces, in all directions.
2023/04/06 @ 8:00 PM @ Club Wakuum, Griesgasse 25/1
Marco Colonna x Francesco Cigana
A music born on the brink of the moment: clarinets and percussions caught in a spiral of imagination and conflict.
vincent jehanno & florian tositti
Vincent accumulates magnetic tape. Vincent also record, with microphones. Microphones and speakers that relate. He uses a Revox B77. Florian seeks to construct moments close to hearing.
2023/04/20 @ 8:00 PM @ ARTist’s, Schützgasse 16 ・ € 9
EYAL MAOZ SOLO
Eyal Maoz’s music features a unique synthesis of modern rock, jazz and classical music, tinged with middle- eastern, electronic and avant-garde sounds.
In a career that spans decades and countries, Eyal Maoz is a guitarist, performer, and composer; he is an ensembles leader at albums released for Tzadik, Out Now, Piadrums, Ayler, and Chant Records, and a member of John Zorn’s Abraxas and Cobra. He recorded with Tim berne and John Medeski, among many others.
Stéphane Clor solo – Rhizome
Stéphane Clor creates music with string instruments, objects and rudimentary electronic systems. His practice crosses the fields of sound art, cartography, photography, drawing and ecology.
2023/05/04 @ 8:00 PM @ Club Wakuum, Griesgasse 25/1
Double Bass solo with the focus on the potentiality of risk and it’s natural development, which generates intriguing sound textures
Lotte Anker / Christof Kurzmann Duo
Lotte Anker (ss, ts)
Christof Kurzmann (Laptop, Elektronik, Stimme)
2023/05/18 @ 8:00 PM @ ARTist’s, Schützgasse 16 ・ € 9
Solo for Voice and Electronics
Focussing on the voice in relation to noise and surroundings, for her live-performance Berlin-based sound artist Alessandra Eramo creates a collage of hypnotic soundscapes and voices to move beyond sound into more visceral layers of poetic expression.
2023/05/27 @ 8:00 PM @ Orpheum Extra, Orpheumgasse 8 ・ € 18
PoiL Ueda is a meeting and a musical creation between the french rock/contemporary music band of PoiL + Benoit Lecomte (bassist of the band Ni) and the Japanese traditional music singer / satsuma-biwa player Junko Ueda. The theme of the creation is around the Japanese epic story ‘Heike-Monogatari’ from the13th century.
2023/10/05 @ 8:00 PM
Jorge Espinal has embraced noise and rhythm, developing a technique that allows him to play with hands and feet multiple and strange voices at once. In his search for sound, he triggers samples, loops, freezes, percusses, and treats the guitar more as a rhythmic instrument than a harmonic one.