- Published: Wednesday, 29 March 2017 15:47
Spring is here and in order to celebrate, Villa K returns with its legendary dinnerkafe / koncert event series for two nights in April.
The first event will take place on the 5th of April and we'll have 4 acts this evening presented in two blocks with Djurre spinning some records in the meantime:
Set 1: Martijn Barendregt : "Elementals" - solo improv for overtone-singing and electronics
Set 2: Erfan Abdi : "Gaps Collapse" - solo improv on Tanbour and electronics
Break - more food???
Set 3: KANG : solo improv utilizing a combination of analog and digital electronics, as well as acoustic elements
Set 4: Felipe Ignacio Noriega, Robert van Heumen, Oguz Buyukberber: "Code, Chains and sCreams" : live coding, live sampling and instrumental wizardry
As always we will have delicious food for you.
the address is:
Villa K, Violenweg 2 The Hague
Start 19:00hrs, Music starts around 21hrs
Make sure you arrive before 8 if you want to have food.
Food: € 3,50
Suggested donations for the musicians: >> € 3.00 - € 5.00
More details about performances:
"Code, Chains and sCreams"
This is a concert with live coding, live sampling and instrumental wizardry. Music is coded while you watch, air blown and whistled and acoustic sounds sampled and processed while you listen. All in the NOW.
Felipe Ignacio Noriega - live coding
Robert van Heumen - live sampling
Oguz Buyukberber - bass clarinet
A variation of physical musical controllers, both electronic and acoustic. Intricate interplay between the bass clarinet and a laptop-instrument sampling the acoustic sound in split-second interaction. All the while code is being built on-screen to generate beats, tones and effects, interspresed with humor and interaction between the players and the audience.
KANG [aka Ji Youn Kang] a solo performer in 'true hard core experimental abstract ritualistic primitive' music based in Den Haag, The Netherlands. Her act leaves nothing to be desired on the need of the mental void by offering a heavy, empowered, yet detailed noisy environment using a variety of media including handmade analog devices, acoustic instruments, and computer.
Erfan Abdi takes advantage of the possibilities offered by DIY technology, and constructs his instruments from found or re-purposed material, seeking new ways of relating to the world of production and consumption. He researches the concept of active perception in the context of performing arts, investigating the interactions between performer, instrument and audience.
Martin's main subject is feedback-systems in both the digital and analogue domain. A great deal of his oeuvre consists of improvisations where either digital or analogue forms of feedback are used as the basis of his performances.