DATE: 12 February 2017 // DOORS: 17:30 // CONCERT STARTS: 18:00
Concert w/ Adam Goodwin (double bass) and Andreas Dzialocha (e-bass, computer)
FREE ENTRANCE but registration required
https://www.eventbrite.de/e/cluster-3-registration-31584455958#tickets or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Cluster comes back on February 12th 2017 as a part of Transmediale and CTM Vorspiel Programme. The new concert of the series will explore this time the low-frequency sound and the vibrating strings of the bassists Andreas Dzialocha and Adam Goodwin who will alternate on stage with real-time e-bass computer processing and double bass.
“Cluster” is a music series devoted to sound investigation with a particular focus on contemporary languages, new music and extended techniques. “Cluster” supports the collaborative work and aims to offer an exchange platform for musicians, composers and electronic music performers in Berlin-Treptow.
We have a very limited space, the concert is upon registration only. If you like to attend please register to the list.
Don’t be late, the admission during the concert will be not allowed.
image © by Valentina Besegher
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Adam Goodwin is a Texan contrabassist, composer, and visual artist. He engages in a wide spectrum of artistic activity that involves frequent collaboration with performers, composers, sound artists, choreographers, dancers and visual artists. Goodwin’s musical approach places a heavy emphasis on physical gesture and spontaneity, along with a conscious consideration of the particular space and context in which the music is taking place. As composer and interpreter, he strives to obliterate the false pretenses that tend to surround contemporary art world, and return to a primordial mode of expression which places the highest priority on the individuality of the performer and the spontaneity of each unique moment. He has performed extensively throughout Europe, North America, and Asia, presenting contemporary chamber music and symphonic works as well as free improvisation, original compositions and a vast range of pieces written for solo contrabass.
Andreas Dzialocha (DE) is an electric bass player, programmer and composer, founder of the Serenus Zeitblom Oktett. Studies of art history, musicology, media theory and computer science. Writes environments with and without computers for instrumentalists, theater and sound installations. Performs in various ensembles between free improvised music, chamber music and pop. Publisher of the BLATT 3000 paper platform for contemporary music and founder of the label Hyperdelia. Young artist award 2012, nominated by the Moers Festival. Lives and works in Berlin.
His Slip debut Solo [SLP016] “is a collection of lilting electric bass melodies refracted through a tangled network of live computer processing. Solo‘s ruptured nocturnes are intimate duets between instrument and machine, with Dzialocha eloquently responding to randomised pulsing reverbs, filters, and compressors, which snatch his delicate motifs into virtual space in real time.”