FESTIVAL OF ELECTRO-ACOUSTIC MUSIC 27-28 January

HENRY VEGA, HANS VAN ECK, HANS VAN KOOLWIJK, FELIPE NORIEGA

ANNE VEINBERG, ANAT SPIEGEL AND ROBERT VAN HEUMEN

27 January 20:15h

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Henry Vega and Anat Spiegel will perform “Wormsongs” for voice and computer

Hans van Koolwijk and Hans van Eck will perform “Sounding Porcelain” for new sound objects and electronics

Hans van Eck will present a tape-composition “Bythos”

28 January 15:00h

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Code & Klavier

 

Concert by Off<>zz, Felipe Ignacio Noriega and Anne Veinberg, featuring the CodeKlavier and special guest Robert van Heumen.

 

    • Off<>zzome New Year (2018), pno and live coding, 20’
    • John Cage, 4’33’’ (1952), pno 4’33’’
    • Henry Cowell, Aeolian Harp (1923), pno 3’
    • Stefan Wolpe, Dance in the form of a Chaconne (1939), pno 2’20’’
    • Einojuhani Rautavaara, Etude Op.42 “Fifths” (1969), pno 1’
  • Nick Collins, Type a Personality (2015) , pno and live electronics 3’

 

Break

  • CodeKlavier- “hello world” (2017) 10’
  • CodeKlavier- Motippets    (2017) 12’
  • Off<>zz and Robert van Heumen (2018) 20’

 

Code & Klavier –  the Toets des Tijds!

A unique program with an array of music that’s played, coded and the combination of the two.

 

This concert is presented by  Off<>zz, Felipe Ignacio Noriega (live coding) and Anne Veinberg (piano), which is an ensemble which draws from classical music practices  to morph live coding and piano performance into a ‘beyond’ classical music experience.  Since March 2017, Off<>zz has been developing the CodeKlavier,  a project supported by the Creative Industries Fund NL, which enables the pianist to live code through playing the piano. The concert will also feature one the Netherland’s finest live electronics performers, Robert van Heumen.

 

In this concert, Off<>zz will perform the opening set. Starting with a solo by live coding wizard Felipe Ignacio Noriega and continued with fresh and alternative approaches to piano and live coding music creation.  This will be followed by John Cage’s iconic 4’33’’ and a selection of shorter piano works  by Cowell, Wolpe, Rautavaara and Collins.

 

After the break, they will present their CodeKlavier project. Anne will first perform “hello world”,  winner of the Conlon competition 2017, where the pianist live codes a toy piano sampler. This will be followed by Motippets, a work that combines musical motifs and code snippets as a means of musical programming.  

Finally, Off<>zz will be joined by Robert van Heumen for an action-packed set of live coding, live sampling and live piano playing that  will be a feast of virtuosity on all keys.

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