Electronic Music and Performance Workshop

Electronic Music and Performance Workshop

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Sun 03 Mar 2019, 8 pm
Goethe Institut
56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc, Ba Dinh, Hanoi

From Goethe Institut:

Berlin-based sound artist, composer and experimental turntablist Ignaz Schick will visit his colleagues and friends, players, performers, composers from the “highly unique Vietnamese experimental music scene” (Ignaz). The meeting will include a workshops with rehearsals, discussions and performances including both compositions and improvisations by the invited participants.

Ignaz Schick visited Hanoi two years ago during his extended research trip through various South East Asian countries. He met well-known artists from the local scenes, gave a workshop with young local musicians, and premiered a graphic score piece written especially for traditional, modern and even self-built instruments. The collaboration was so promising that the Berlin Arts Council could be convinced to support a second travel. For reasons of continuity Schick has invited the same musicians from last time but also added a few new faces.

Besides Ignaz Schick the following musicians have been invited: Nguyen Thuy Dung (Dan Tranh), Nguyen Thu Thuy (Pipa), Pham Thi Tam (Objects), Nguyen Thi Thu Huong (Objects), Nguyen Hai Duy (Electronics), Kim Ngoc Tran (Voice), Ngo Tra My (Dan Bau), Nguyen Xuan Son (Percussion), Giang Hong Nguyen (live-electronics) & Vu Nhat Tan (piano).

Ignaz Schick (* 1972) is sound artist, composer and experimental turntablist. He lives in Berlin. As a child he learned to play saxophone after meeting Don Cherry. He received composition lessons from Josef Anton Ried and at the Academy of the Arts Munich. In Berlin, he has been and is a major figure for electro acoustic music. Among other things he co-founded the real-time music scene Berlin. He toured worldwide, received numerous scholarships, and collaborated with renowned musicians such as Mwata Bowden, Don Cherry, Douglas Ewart, Limpe Fox, George Lewis, Toshi Nakamura, Charlemagne Palestine, Akira Sakata, and Martin Tetreault. Since 1999 has made the label Zarek, curated and organized several festivals for experimental music (FAM Festival, Erase & Reset, Sound Shifts, Realtime Music Days 2010, The International Turntable Orchestra, Flux Festival). In 2018 he received the prestigious scholarship for the Cultural Academy Tarabya in Istanbul.

Listen to music by Ignaz Schick:

Hanoi Meeting/Ignaz Schick’s visit in South East-Asia is funded by Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe.

Free admission

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