Steen-Andersen

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Open Music

Saturday 10 December 2022
Graz
Austria

Sarah Nemtsov • Drummed Variation
Matthew Shlomowitz • Lecture about Listening to Music
Simon Steen Andersen • Difficulties Putting into Practive
Jessie Marino • Interior Morning
Steven Kazuo Takasugi • Strange Autumn

Open Music
Andy Catlin

Reid School of Music 3

7:00pm Thursday 7 July 2022
West Court, Edinburgh College of Art
74 Lauriston Place
Edinburgh

Sarah Nemtsov • Drummed Variation
Simon Steen Andersen • Difficulties Putting into Practive
Jessie Marino • Interior Morning
Steven Kazuo Takasugi • Strange Autumn

Reid School of Music 3
Andy Catlin

A-B

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


Kings Place October 2012

8:00pm Monday 15 October 2012
Kings Place, London

Sound Source. Plus Minus presents an international programme of works focused on the ways and means of producing sound and harnessing its resonance. Sound sources include rice grains falling onto a variety of different surfaces, two amplified performers using extended vocal techniques, a piano modified by live electronics, and almost nothing - namely the “sound” of background noise. A new work by Alex Hills especially written for the group joins music from experimental American composer Michael Pisaro, the young Dane Simon Steen-Andersen and Italians Fausto Romitelli and Agostino Di Scipio.

Fausto Romitelli • Trash TV Trance
Simon Steen-Andersen • In Her Frown
Michael Pisaro • ricefall
Alex Hills • After and Before [wp]
Agostino Di Scipio • n.3a/Background Noise Study