Von: Jan Jacob Hofmann
Datum: 19. Juli 2012 09:24:01 MESZ
Betreff: KONZERT Phonophon 21.7.12 – Frankfurt am Main
Institut für neue Medien (INM),Schmickstraße 18, 60314 Frankfurt http://www.inm.de
Einlass 20:00, Beginn 20:30 – Eintritt: 5 Euro
Eric Leonardson (US)
is a Chicago-based composer, radio artist, sound designer, instrument
inventor, improvisor, visual artist, and teacher. He has devoted a
majority of his professional career to unorthodox approaches to sound
and its instrumentation with a broad understanding of texture,
atmosphere and microtones.
Belma Bešlic-Gál (AT)
Born 1978 in Tuzla (BiH).
Slovenian/Bosnian composer, artist and pianist, living in Vienna and
Piano studies at the LISZT SCHOOL of Music Weimar ((1996-2001, a. o.
with Gerlinde Otto and Lazar Berman), studies of composition, music
theory and composition for music theatre at the University of Arts in
Graz (2003- present, a. o. with Bernhard Lang, and Klaus Lang). During
the last years, her artistic concepts revolved around issues such as
cultural challenges of postwar/transitional societies, nihilism,
futurism, space exploration/science, manipulations of temporal
perception in (intermedia) music constellations.
Bernhard Gál (AT)
Owed to his multifaceted and interdisciplinary artistic approach,
Austrian artist, composer and musicologist Bernhard Gal is equally at
home within the domains of contemporary music, installation art and
media art. As of now, Gal has created around 70 sound installations
and intermedia art projects, combining sound, light, objects, spatial
concepts and video projections into multidimensional and prevalently
site-specific art works. He also composes music for acoustic
instruments and electro-acoustic music. As a laptop musician, Gál has
been performing extensively on five continents. Another aspect of his
work are collaborations with fellow artists, including the Japanese
architect Yumi Kori (‘audio-architectural installations’) and
musicians such as Tung Chao-Ming, Kai Fagaschinski, Jennifer Walshe
and Belma Beslic-Gál.
Goran Stevanovic (D)
Goran Stevanovic was born in 1986 in Bijeljina, Bosnia and
Herzegovina. At the age of 8 he began playing the accordion. After
studying with Professor Vojin Vasovic at the University „Slobomir P“
in Bijeljina, he continued his studies with Professor Elsbeth Moser at
the University of Music, Drama and Media in Hannover. He took part in
master classes by Yuri Shishkin, Mika Vayrynen and Jacques Mornet.
Numerous concerts have taken him to China, USA, Russia and Austria. He
is laureate of many international competitions. His musical repertoire
goes though all periods. In the field of contemporary music he has
appeared as soloist and chamber musician and has premiered works by
the composers Markus Stockhausen, Belma Beslic-Gal, Cheng Wen Chen,
and Da Jie, among others. Since 2011 he is scholarship holder of the
Foundation „Region Hannover“.