The concert will take place at the Goethe-Institut Rome (Giardino basso) and will also feature music by Hiromi Ishii, Sybille Pomorin, Bernd Leukert and Dirk Reith.
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Watch an extract of the premiere of “Seite an Saite”, an improvised sound performance with Book-Pages, Top-Guitar and Live Electronics.
@ Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst Leipzig | 22.03.2019 |
On Friday, march 22nd, I will perform a live electronic setup at the Get Together concert of the GNM (German Society for New Music) at the Gallery for contemporary art in Leipzig. The concert takes place on the occasion of the Leipzig Book Fare.
Besides, the concert will include performances and Readings by Hannes Bajohr, Michael Barthel, Anja Kampmann and Bernd Leukert.
18:00 | Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst Leipzig – Villa (Karl-Tauchnitz-Straße 11, 04107 Leipzig)
»inSonic« is a showcase for genre- and genre-spanning artistic confrontations with new media technologies and innovative concepts, which will be explored in lectures, hands-on demonstrations, concerts and live coding performances.
Friday, December, 7th | 20:00 | ZKM, Kubus
– Anemone Actiniaria
– Ya-Wen Fu
– Tom Mudd
– Mark Pilkington
– Florian Hartlieb
25.10.2017 | Studio 1 of BNR (Bulgarian National Radio): World Premiere of the piece “Spurensuche” at the festival Agitato in Sofia.
The piece was commissioned and performed by the Ensemble Crush. The Live-Electronics in this piece are quadrophonic. The sound you hear is the stereo mix of the live-broadcast by the Bulgarian National Radio on wednesday, october 25th.
Flute: Pia Marei Hauser
Bass clarinet: Kyusang Jeong
Violoncello: Andrei Simion
Composition / Live Electronics: Florian Hartlieb
The piece “Spurensuche” deals with finitude. The unfinished and repeatedly sweeping fragments of melody and articulation of the instruments symbolize the approach to traces of life. These appear to be opaque in detail, but on the whole they merge into a moment. The moment of their inevitable dissolution, in turn, is full of poetic beauty.
Recurring sound miniatures are mixed with algorithmic electronics to create a spectral minimalism. Generative loops of an empty record track serve as the base material for the electronics, which do nothing less than turn time into an acoustic sculpture.
I’m looking very forward to the premiere of my piece “Spurensuche” for Flute, Bass Clarinet, Violoncello and Live Electronics at the Agitato Sofia Chamber Music Festival.
The piece was commissioned by the Ensemble Crush. The premiere will be on wednesday, 25th at the Studio 1 of the BNR (Bulgarian National Radio) in Sofia /BGR.