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Takahiro Kawaguchi

October 12, 2008

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Born in Osaka, 1980.In 2000, Kawaguchi started thinking about field recordings. His interest lies not in the kind of field recordings that focus on sound tones obtained in the field, but on the configuration of sound in a specific space. He creates recorded works using sound-making objects, presents installations, and is active in the field […]

Seijiro Murayama

October 8, 2008

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Born in 1957, in Nagasaki, Japan, percussionist, drummer, worked with Fred Frith, Tom Cora, Keiji Haino, KK Null between 1980 and 1998. Since 1999 he lives and works in France. He collaborated with some contemporary dance/theater/performance groups as a composer-musician. His artistic principal is especially to work with the idea of the interdisciplinarity between music […]

Gabriel Paiuk

October 8, 2008

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Gabriel Paiuk is a composer, pianist and improviser born in 1975 in Buenos Aires. As a composer Gabriel Paiuk works within the exploration of conventional instruments, extended techniques as well as with electronics, focusing on concrete sounds and the exploration and co-existence of different electronic and acoustic “registers.” As a pianist he is particularly focused […]

Sergio Merce

October 8, 2008

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Sergio Merce was born in 1973 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is tenor saxophone and self made electronic set player who works in projects that involve the interaction between free improvisation and contemporary music. He studied classic saxophone for 9 years in the official conservatory of Moron “Alberto Ginastera”, improvisation inside jazz style with Sergio […]

Robin Hayward

October 8, 2008

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The tuba player and composer Robin Hayward was born in Brighton, England in 1969. He has developed a specific approach to tuba playing, on the one hand treating the instrument as a labyrinth of tubing within which air may be trapped and redirected, and on the other hand as a collection of individual tube lengths, […]

Andrea Neumann

October 8, 2008

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Born 1968 in Freiburg, grew up in Hamburg. Piano lessons since 1974. Studied piano at “Hochschule der Kunste” in Berlin. Since 1996 primarily active as improviser and composer in the areas of experimental and new music. In the process of exploring the piano for new sound possibilities, she has reduced the instrument to strings, resonance […]