De huvudsakliga arbetsuppgifterna är att i samråd med EMS studiochef och övrig personal ansvara för Elektronmusikstudions tekniska utveckling och underhåll samt att tillhandahålla teknisk och administrativ service till EMS användare och gästtonsättare.
Arbetet sker i en liten personalgrupp och kräver kreativitet och självständighet. Personalgruppen eftersträvar att komplettera varandra så det är viktigt att du trivs med ett varierat arbete och är bra på att samarbeta.
Genom samarbete inom personalgruppen möjliggör vi vid behov anpassning av arbetstidens förläggning för att underlätta eventuell egen konstnärlig verksamhet.
Engelska används ofta som arbetsspråk då EMS har en stor andel internationella besökare, gästtonsättare och forskare, men goda kunskaper i både svenska och engelska krävs.
Sista ansökningsdag är 30 september. Ansökan sker via Musikverkets hemsida: https://musikverket.se/lediga-tjanster/
Joasia (Joanna) Cieślak is a cellist, producer, composer and teacher. Frederik Bülow is a drummer and composer. Emil Sana is a musician, composer, producer and sound artist. Together they have been accepted for a residency to explore EMS resident halldorophone.
Joasia’s project with Frederik (Jazz drums) and Emil (keys/production) nurtures a budding culture of use for halldorophone. Relatively small repertoire for this young instrument made Joasia interested in expanding halldorophone’s use into next musical genres. The goal of the residency is to become familiar with halldorophone’s specific characteristics and to begin the process of composing dance music on it. Trio will submit themselves to the unpredictable musical beating of halldorophone which will inspire further creation of loops and melodies. The absence of preconceived ideas is a starting point to the trio's organic growth in this project.
Flo Menezes (São Paulo, 1962) is considered one of the leading composers of his generation. With a solid background in several genres – orchestral music, opera, chamber music, mixed electroacoustic music, acousmatic music, works for choir, solo instruments with or without interaction with electronics in real time and deferred time –, he is the holder of several international awards. His work has been premiered at Carnegie Hall in NY and in theaters around the world, and his music has been performed at international festivals and by renowned ensembles and orchestras.
He has defined his music as maximalist, even before the New Complexity fad came to the fore. His music is built on a 5-Pointed-Star by which the composer defines five fundamental elements of composition: materials, variations, directionalities, connections and craftsmanship.
Since the 1980s, he has been developing techniques of musical writing with which he has been working. As a theorist, he is the author of about 20 books, published in Brazil and Europe.
He is Full Professor of Electroacoustic Music, founder and director of the main studio of the genre in Latin America: the Studio PANaroma, of Unesp (State University of São Paulo).
Alyssa Moxley (USA/IRL) is a composer and artist working with narratives of identity, place, and embodied experience through sound.
She uses field recording, interviews, composition, digital and analog sound design, speaker placement, and sculpture to create detailed sonic interventions and environments via compositions, live improvised performances and installations.
Her solo and collaborative works have been heard and installed in venues and radio stations internationally.
Photo by Stephane Charpentier
M is a multimedia artist who creates audio-visual performances and game-like music systems. Their music falls into the broad category of experimental pop with sticky melodies, brutal sound design, and sporadic beat-driven structures.
M’s performances are reactions to conventions within electronic music. The default often involves someone standing behind a laptop on stage, which can be indistinguishable from checking email. M has played with this inscrutability by posting to social media “live on stage” and by appropriating PowerPoint slides and Karaoke into their audio-visual performances. M also designs musical interfaces with the aim of creating more physically expressive musicianship. For example, by using a heart rate sensor to control the pulse of literal dance music and flashing lights.
M holds a Masters in Sound and New Media from Aalto University School of Arts Design and Architecture. Their 2021 interactive composition “unburn.it” was commissioned by the Aalto Media Lab for the Ars Electronica Festival of Art, Technology, & Society. They have recently performed at Berliner Festspiele’s 70th anniversary “The Sun Machine is Coming Down,” the Art for All festival, and Ääneen Lumo’s “Learning by Ear.”
Photo by Agustina Sentana
An AiR-programme grant from Nordic Culture Point has made it possible to invite
M to work at EMS.