- Created on Wednesday, 01 October 2014 11:17
Photo: Mark Rietveld
David Edren is an electronic music composer from Antwerp, working mostly with analog synthesizers. He performs live under the "DSR Lines" moniker. He also runs the Hare Akedod tape label, specializing in experimental and improvisational music. During his stay in Stockholm he will perform at Fylkingen on October 8th.
- Created on Friday, 26 September 2014 12:03
Annelie Nederberg is a composer and performer from Sweden currently based in the UK, pursuing an AHRC funded PhD in Musical Composition at University of Surrey. Annelie has a passion for the performing arts and composes for contemporary dance, theatre and film as well as acousmatic music.
- Created on Thursday, 25 September 2014 09:00
EMS welcomes Hafdis back for the last part of her residency!
Hafdís Bjarnadóttir (b. 1977, Reykjavik) graduated in jazz guitar performance from the FÍH School of Music in Iceland in 2002. She earned a bachelor’s degree in contemporary composition from the Iceland Academy of the Arts in 2007, followed by a master’s degree from the Royal Danish Academy of Music in 2009.
- Created on Tuesday, 23 September 2014 11:41
John Richards from Dirty Electronics will discuss his fascination with hand-held synthesisers and the intersection between artwork and printed circuit boards. Richards will also talk about his forthcoming release and synthesiser with Mute Records, and collaboration with graphic designer Jack Featherstone and Artists & Engineers that is a hybrid digital analogue artwork/circuit. There will be an opportunity to look in more detail at using embedded electronics (PICs and AVRs) as control signals for analogue circuits with some hands-on circuits and code hacking. Modular mayhem will unfold!
- Created on Thursday, 18 September 2014 16:52
We are happy to see Lars back at EMS for a second residency this year!
Lars Lundehave Hansen has been working in the fields of ambient/drones and noise for the past 16 years - as a soundartist, enthusiastic promotor of and dedicated performer in these fields. The usual works of Lars L. Hansen are often constructions, making a point of being constructions, that emit or react to sounds or noise. In an attempt to explore the relations between timbre / room and action / reaction the works often revolve around controlled randomness, manipulation, expectation, suspended animation as musical criteria and sound as a physical entity.
Photo: Sofie Amalie Klougart
- Created on Wednesday, 16 July 2014 12:33
On occasion of Mr. Rózmann's 75th birthday Editions Mego in collaboration with EMS will release the definite edition 7 CD box set of the masterwork Twelve Stations. It was composed between 1978 and 2001 and has a running time of nearly 7 hours.
RELEASE DATE NOVEMBER 17, 2014!