How do we imagine the music of the future? Which sounds will fascinate the audience in a couple of years? The four performers of EW-4 (Electronic Wind Quartet) venture a glimpse into the future: with their wind controllers they trigger different sound and light sources and create a kind of an audiovisual electronic chamber music. Together with composers and electronic music specialists the four performers are exploring new sounds and possibilities for wind controller.
Curious about music and sound art residencies in the Nordic region? Come and join us on December 12th and learn more about five different residencies and their facilities and offers for you as an artist. You’ll meet representatives from NOTAM in Oslo, EMS (Elektronmusikstudion) in Stockholm, VICC (Visby International Centre for Composers) at Gotland, Inkonst in Malmö and Make Sound at IAC. Each residency presents their history, profile and facilities, and we end the seminar with mingling and glögg.
Equipped with three microtonal tubes, Microtub explores the possibilities of the instrument from a microtonal perspective. Color-coded sculpture scores are used to define places in the harmonic space represented by geometric structures that are explored by the musicians over time.