Phonos 40 years of electronic music. Event at Arts Santa Mònica

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Tuesday, 2014, October 28 - 19:00
Phonos, 40 years of electronic music
28.10.2014 - 19:00h
 
La Rambla 7
Barcelona

Free admission

 
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of Phonos (1974-2014) this year we are organizing various activities. In this context, on October 28th, we present an event at Arts Santa Monica in which several people who have been related to this institution will be participating.

Detail of the program:

19:00 - Phonos now and future: present and new challenges for the future of the institution. By Andrés Lewin-Richter and Sonia Espí.

19:30 – Debate around the evolution of electronic music over the last 40 years and the role that Phonos played. With:

Josep M.Mestres Quadreny, composer, honorary president of the board and founder

Gabriel Brncic, composer, ex teaching and artistic director, member of the board

Josep Manel Berenguer, composer, ex research director, member of the board

Sergi Jordà, researcher of the Music Technology Group, member of the board

Magda Polo, teacher at Universitat de Barcelona

Andrés Lewin-Richter, composer, secretary of the board and founder

Moderator: Francesc Prat

21:00 Concert of percussion and electronics

Pilar Subirà, percussion

Gabriel Brncic, viola

Concert program:

Gabriel Brncic. Redoble per a un amic (a Jep Nuix) (1998) - Percussion solo

Pablo Fredes. Free-hand (2011) - Electroacoustic octophony

Gabriel Brncic. Quodlibet VII (a Pilar Subirà) (1998) - Percussion solo

Oriol Graus. Tritam II (2014) (premiere) – Tam-tam and electroacoustic octophony

Josep M.Mestres Quadreny. Espai Sonor  (1976) – Viola, percussion, real time processing and electroacoustic.

Andrés Lewin-Richter. Imágenes (2010) (premiere) – Percussion and electroacoustic octophony

Mercè Capdevila. Txutxumil (1998) – Percussion, real time processing and electroacoustic octophony

Josep Manel Berenguer. rram (2014) (premiere) – Tambourine, Tibetan bowl and live electronics (octophony)

 

with the support of:

Arts Santa Mònica
Generalitat de Catalunya: Departament de Cultura
Ajuntament de Barcelona: Institut de Cultura
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Microfusa

 

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