Composition for live generated electronic resonating body
2 percussion sets and 5 brass instruments
The live generated electronic resonating body is the host to which the sounds of the string players attach and adapt, they penetrate into it and use it for their replication. At first the body is immune, but during the course of the piece the body stops resisting, takes in the sounds of the string instruments, and allows the viruses to multiply freely. It is a struggle and synthesis between two resonating bodies. Together they stay alive.
25 10 2012 Kabelwerk, Wien
organized by e_may
in Kooperation mit Wien Modern
curated by Pia Palme & Gina Mattiello
Virus #2.1 for voice and percussion
16 10 2015 Escuela Superior de Música
| Salon 222, Mexico City
Virus #2.2 for harp, harpsichord, Renaissance flute and piccolo
04 04 2017 Musik im Sudio
translated by Kimi Lum | supported by niederösterreich kultur, bm:ukk, österreichisches kulturforum mexiko
The instrumentation with harp, harpsichord, transverse flute and recorder is unique and aside the mainstream.
PHACE | contemporary music | Wien
(former ensemble on_line) has been an active member of the contemporary music scene for many years and is one of the most innovative and versatile Austrian ensembles for contemporary music.
Students of Escuela Superior de Musica (2)
Daniela Falcón, Miguel Francisco Manriquez Fernandez