Posts tagged with Ablinger

Peter Ablinger

Instrumente und Rauschen

Performed at SPOR Festival 2010, Aarhus by Sarah Nicolls, Alexander Waterman, Vicky Wright, Mark Knoop, Joanna Bailie, Tom Pauwels and Matthew Shlomowitz.


Performed at SPOR Festival 2010 by Tom Pauwels.

Cut and Splice 2015

8:00pm Friday 25 and Saturday 26 September 2015
Cafe Oto
18-22 Ashwin Street, London

Plus-Minus will be performing in this year’s Cut and Splice Festival at Cafe Oto, co-produced by Sound and Music, and BBC Radio 3. Cut & Splice 2015 links the work of the pioneers of the sonic avant-garde to the trail-blazers of today and explores the relationships between music machines and the environment. Moving from the centre to the edges of music-making practices, from the last century to our own, the programme seeks to explore these dual radii of influence, that somehow overlap, create interference patterns and forming a fuzzy and yet compelling continuum on which the programmed works lie.

Friday 25 September (Fields/Machines)

Henry Cowell • Aeolian Harp
Cathy van Eck • Groene Ruis
Luc Ferrari • Presque Rien No.1
Clara Iannotta • The people here go mad. They blame the wind.
Simon Løffler • b
Michael Pisaro • Fields have ears 1
Dawn Scarfe • listening glasses installation
Dawn Scarfe • Air Traffic
Agostino Di Scipio • Audible Ecosystems, n.3a (background noise study)

Saturday 26 September (Space/Translation/Device)

Peter Ablinger • Weiss/Weisslich 11b
Peter Ablinger • Renate Fuczik
Bryan Eubanks • Double Portrait
Bryan Eubanks • Listening through glass walls
Mauro Lanza/Andrea Valle • Regnum Vegetabile
Alvin Lucier • Sferics
James Saunders • Like you and like you
Hildegard Westerkamp • Kits Beach Soundwalk

Cut and Splice 2015
James Crosby

Kammer Klang

8:00pm Tuesday 2 December 2014
Kammer Klang
Cafe Oto
18-22 Ashwin Street

Alexander Schubert • Sensate Focus
Jennifer Walshe • Everything You Own Has Been Taken To A Depot Somewhere
Peter Ablinger • Instrumente und Rauschen

Kammer Klang
Nick Rutter

Transit 2013

4:00pm Sunday 27 October 2013
Transit Festival Leuven
Labozaal, STUK

Bernhard Lang • DW23: …Loops for Dr.X [wp]
Guy De Bièvre • Time Zones 0.3/Water Clock [wp]
Peter Ablinger • Voices and Piano
Nicolaus A. Huber • Harakiri (arranged)


6:00pm Wednesday 22 May 2013
City University Performance Space
St John Street, London EC1V 4PB

A concert exploring the possibilities created from interaction between live performance and digital technology. Steen-Andersen’s work turns a sonic microscope on the voice, amplifying and recontextualising phonemes into musical phrases while Ablinger transcribes the microvariations of a blank vinyl record for solo piano. Prins pits the live performer against a virtual avatar, blending the acoustic and digital together in a new reality. In Rodgers’ piece, a handson exploration of the sonic possibilities of percussion is captured and transformed by live sampling, the electronic processing enhancing and augmenting the live performance.

Simon Steen-Andersen • In Her Frown
Peter Ablinger • Piano and record
Stefan Prins • Piano Hero 1
Stefan Prins • Piano Hero 2
Georgia Rodgers • A to B

Mark Knoop, piano and voice
Serge Vuille, percussion and voice
Newton Armstrong, electronics

Huddersfield University

7:30am Thursday 10 March 2011
Huddersfield University Concert Series
St Paul’s Hall, Huddersfield

Plus Minus presents Dikhthas and Evryali by Xenakis, works by Simon Steen-Andersen, Peter Ablinger and two pieces written especially for the group by Huddersfield postgraduate composers. On Wednesday the 9th of March the group will hold a workshop with Huddersfield student composers.

Iannis Xenakis • Dikhthas
Matthew Sergeant • veils [wp]
Philip Glass • Music in Contrary Motion
Iannis Xenakis • Evryali
Colin Tucker • the indifferent horizon apathetically rests on the ground, devouring everything that looks like something [wp]
Peter Ablinger • Amtssee bei Regen

Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 2010

4:00pm Friday 26 November 2010
HCMF 2010

A Plus Minus double-portrait concert featuring two of the most distinctive voices in contemporary music: Peter Ablinger and Trond Reinholdtsen. Expect white noise, power-point, conceptual music theatre and some famous voices presented in a way you might never have anticipated.

Peter Ablinger • Instrumente und Rauschen
Trond Reinholdtsen • Concert Music Piece
Peter Ablinger • Voices and Piano
Trond Reinholdtsen • 13 Music Theatre Pieces

Spor Festival 2010

Ablinger/Reinholdtsen Double Portrait

Friday 7 May 2010
Granhøj Dans
Århus, Denmark

Peter Ablinger • Instrumente und Rauschen
Trond Reinholdtsen • Concert Music Piece
Peter Ablinger • 1-127
Trond Reinholdtsen • 13 Music Theatre Pieces

Spor Festival 2010
Nick Rutter

Durham University lunchtime concert

1:10pm Thursday 11 March 2010
Durham University

Mariam Rezaei • P.M. [wp]
Peter Ablinger • Voices and Piano
Laurence Crane • Riis
Iannis Xenakis • Evryali
Damien Ricketson • Same Steps

Bath Spa

7:30pm Thursday 21 May 2009
Bath Spa University

Afternoon workshops with Bath Spa composition students will be followed by a public concert including student pieces.

Joanna Bailie • On and Off
Øyvind Torvund • Tune Park
Thomas Meadowcroft • A Vanity Press
Peter Ablinger • Voices and Piano

BMIC Cutting Edge 2008

7:30pm Thursday 23 October 2008
BMIC Cutting Edge Series
The Warehouse, London

Peter Ablinger • Agnes Gonxha Bojaxiu, Mao Tse-Tung from Voices and Piano
Matthew Shlomowitz • Fast Medium Swing [wp]
Peter Ablinger • Instrumente und Rauschen
Peter Ablinger • Bertolt Brecht, Lech Walesa, Hanna Schygulla from Voices and Piano
Markus Trunk • Raw Rows
Peter Ablinger • Akkordeon und Rauschen
Laurence Crane • Octet [wp]

BMIC Cutting Edge 2008
Nick Rutter