Anne La Berge – flutes & electronics
Ted Moore – electronics
Tickets: 5-8€ (sliding scale)
Dodo Kis, Aaron Lumley, Miguel Petruccelli and Thomas Jaspers are some
of the young driving forces of the Amsterdam impro scene.
Their combined musical backgrounds has a broad range; from cumbia to
renaissance music, from noise making to alternative pop.
This unique combination is to be heard for the first time tonight!
Chicago (USA) based intermedia artist Ted Moore joins local flutist Anne
La Berge for an evening of electroacoustic impro on his European tour.
Playing duo for the first time, these two musicians will be combing
their unique sound worlds to create electronic gestures, textures, and
forms using live processing with Kyma and SuperCollider, analog
hardware, and the flute.
Anne La Berge’s passion for the extremes in both composed and improvised
music has led her to storytelling and sound art as her sources of
musical inspiration. Her music gathers the elements on which her
reputation is based: ferocious and far-reaching virtuosity, microtonal
textures and melodies, and her unique array of percussive flute
techniques, all combined with interactive electronic processing and
text. She performs regularly as a soloist, with the ensemble MAZE. She
is a founding artist of Splendor Amsterdam, a collective of musicians
who have transformed an old bathhouse in Amsterdam into a cultural
mecca, where she regularly produces and shares small scale concerts with
Ted Moore is a composer, improviser, intermedia artist, and educator
based in Chicago, USA. His work focuses on fusing the sonic, visual,
physical, and acoustic aspects of performance and sound, often through
the integration of technology. He frequently performs on electronics
using his laptop, modular synthesizer systems, no-input-mixer, resonant
physical objects, lighting instruments, and video projection. Ted is one
half of Binary Canary, a woodwinds-laptop improvisation duo alongside
saxophonist Kyle Hutchins.