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shut up and listen! 2019


Transdisziplinäres Festival für Musik und Klangkunst







Donnerstag, 5. Dezember 2019, 20:00


Wiener ARP Ensemble: Shut ARP, listen

Mit Eugene Ignashev | Sinan Ilhan | Wolfgang Musil | Frederic Stritter

[Wiener ARP Ensemble | Foto: Wolfgang Musil]

[Wiener ARP Ensemble | Foto: Wolfgang Musil]

Shut ARP, listen

Bei sual!2019 wird ein neues raumbezogenes Werk unter Einbeziehung von Christian Tschinkels Akusmonautikum zur Aufführung kommen.

Wiener ARP Ensemble

Eugene Ignashev | Sinan Ilhan | Wolfgang Musil | Frederic Stritter

The Wiener ARP Ensemble is an international sound art performing collective based in Vienna. Each member plays an ARP 2600 analog synthesizer. Their performances involve the use of multichannel sound diffusion systems as well as custom-made sound reproduction and live sound transformation tools, such as amplified metal plates or 20-meter long piano strings.

Evgeny Ignashev is a Moscow-born and Vienna-based composer and sound artist. He studied electroacoustic music, sound art and electronic media at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, as well as cello since the age of 6, and psychology in Moscow. His works range from multichannel compositions, purely acousmatic or in combination with live acoustic instruments and voice, to improvised music performances as a member of several collectives, to film music. His current focus lies on the spatial sound distribution concepts, utilising psycho- and otoacoustic phenomena in music, spectral sound transformations and digging out rare old or custom-built instruments and devices for his sound palette.

Sinan Ilhan is a Vienna based composer from Istanbul/Turkey who focuses on analog sound
and sampling. He began his musical career at an early age when he was studying rhythmics.
His music is primarily analog-based and often uses drum machines and synthesizers.

Wolfgang Musil Geboren 1958 in Linz, technische Ausbildung, anschließend Studium der elektroakustischen Musik bei Dieter Kaufmann in Wien. Unterrichtet seit 1985 am Institut für Komposition und Elektroakustik an der Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien. Zahlreiche Tonbandkompositionen, Performances, Klanginstallationen sowie Theatermusik, literarische Vertonungen mit Christian Loidl und Musik zu Hörspielen seit 1982. Klangregie und Realisation live-elektronischer Werke von Komponisten wie Peter Ablinger, Bernhard Lang, Wolfgang Suppan, Michael Moser und Choreographen wie Xavier Le Roy, bei Festivals wie Wien Modern, Wiener Festwochen, Salzburger Festspiele, Musikprotokoll, Tanzquartier Wien, Ultraschall Berlin, etc.

Frederic Stritter, born in Düsseldorf in 1985. He studied Theater, Film and Media Science and Computer Music and Electronic Media. His works are mainly influenced by environmental sounds. He examines the translation of sonic material in other media and explores acoustic panorama. stritter.audio