17. January 2012 | 19:00 - 22:30 (CET)


19:00 1.000.049 orquestra (CZ)

20:00 SHRACK (AT)

20:45 Ondřej Gášek (CZ)

21:20 Frutti di mare (SK)


19:00 1.000.049 orquestra (CZ)

Veronika Vlková - harp, flute and sweetness
Václav Peloušek - programing, data, hardware and physical computation
Andrea Rottin - guitar, percussion and pomodori 
Michal Fridrich - xylophone, mouthorgan and soul
Ondřej Mert - etris, tape and prepared coffee
Blu Simon Wasem - direction and transcription as his final task of Grau Kllktv's artistic residence
You – You

1000049 orquestra

1000049 orquestra

 

1000049 orquestra was founded to recapture the beauty of the art pieces from composers like Gabjauja Barastir,Baba Aitvaras, Bagisht Biegg-Olmai, and other significant names of  the post-meta-classic musical forms. Most of played compositions were first played 49 years ago, when art celebrated its 1000000 birthday.  Important names of Brno experimental scene will now  reinterpret their transcriptions for our new times, new medias and new generation.


20:00 SHRACK (AT)

stefan fraunberger: cymbale, bass
david schweighart: extended drumset

peter kutin: guitar, electronics, soundalchemie

- inside a russian cuckoo clock

- burning things of your imagination
- tick tack tick tack tick tack

http://kutin.klingt.org
http://stefan.fraunberger.at/


Peter Kutin

Peter Kutin

 

Peter Kutin
* 1983 / Austrian country-sideLives and works in vienna since 2002 as musician / composer / soundartist / producer. Studied electro-acoustic music at the University for music and interpretive arts in Vienna. Founded the band 'dirac' with which he released on labels such as spekk (japan), ucover /drone-records/, valeot. His solo works were released on u-cover and karate-joe and valeot-records so far, besides numerous compilations. At solo live performances kutin creates impressive and sparkling sonic glooms and dense soundscapes using mainly a guitar and a laptop. His shows appear as a dedication to the sensation of listening, require sensitivity and awareness. Besides his activities as musician he founded the organisation 'velak' which curates regular concert-series and festivals, where numerous international artists and musicians from different scenes had opportunities to realize their performances. He works at the multidisciplinary studio-spaces of garnison7, a center for music and art in vienna, along with dieb13, martin siewert, a.o.He developed a specific interest in non-western musical forms / traditions and far-eastern soundart, which lead him to travel and do fieldrecording / musicethnolgical-projects at various places such as india, madagascar, sicily, japan, iceland, greece....Kutin is part of the groups dirac, shrack, kutin_roisz and mimu. He is member of velak and kling.org. He worked and collaborated with various artists like Billy Roisz, dieb13, Heribert Friedl, Taku Unami, Kazuhisha Uschihashi, Manuel Knapp, i8u, Martin Siewert, Tim Blechmann, Glim (Andreas Berger) and many more. For more information and audio-recordings, see websites: 

http://kutin.klingt.org | http://dirac.klingt.org |
http://velak.klingt.org


Stefan Fraunberger

Stefan Fraunberger

 

Stefan Fraunberger
Born 1980 in Hausruckviertel / UpperAustria :: lived and worked for two years in Romania :: used to play the organ in a left church :: was haunting “unseen” information in Syria, Iran, Yemen, Pakistan, Georgia, Ukraine :: studied computer music, Arabic & Islamic sciences and Philosophy in Vienna :: plays double bass, zambale (Romanian dulcimer) Santur (Persian dulcimer) and Church Organ in- and outside of itself :: development of software concerning intonation and its possible rooms :: research and writings on the theme of intermediary realms concerning human interval crisis, language as noise and harmony and its cultural meanings named the imaginal in the context of the late 12th century mystic ibn al-'arabī :: composes electro-acoustic and instrumental pieces as well as radio theatre plays.
Lives and burns in Vienna.

http://fraunberger.at/stefan


David Schweighart

David Schweighart

 

David Schweighart
born 1984 in Vienna, plays drums and studied three years of jazz guitar at the Gustav Mahler conservatory in Vienna without finishing it :: scope - drums and guitar between sweet pop and painful rock, complex compositions, performance and free improvisation mostly with focus on acoustic sounds, extended playing techniques and prepared instrument(s) :: piano compositions (mostly for the group Tupolev) and songwriting :: song arrangements for records and guitar arrangements for live concerts :: electroacoustic experiments::played shows in germany, austria, france, belgium, netherlands, serbia, croatia, italy recent

projects: Shrack (w/ Stefan Fraunberger and Peter Kutin), Tupolev (w/ Peter Holy, Lukas Scholler, Alexandr Vatagin), Protestant Work Ethic (Simon Usaty), Misha Marks 4 (w/ Eric Arn, Michael Fischer, Misha Marks), le Cowboy (w/ Meaghan Burke and Bernd Klug), The GoreGoreBoys (w/ Al Bird Dirt), Loose Lips Sink Ships (w/ Meaghan Burke, Mathias Frey, Werner Kitzmüller, Mimu Merz, Simon Usaty), SCHWEIGHART/TROBOLLOWITSCH (w/ Andreas Trobollowitsch), BAGDASAROV/POLLACK/SCHWEIGHART/VATAGIN (w/ George Bagdasarov, Fabian Pollack, Alexandr Vatagin), Mimu Merz, Werner Kitzmüller


20:45 Ondřej Gášek (CZ)

Ondřej Gášek

Ondřej Gášek

 

The concert in Brno will feature samples of metal towers, bridges, sculptures and objects the author has encountered on his trips around the Czech Republic, Switzerland, and Ukraine. All these sounds come from the environment of deserted industrial estates. Another musical instrument will be the glass pipes from the former Vsacan Brewery in Vsetín. The author has extracted those parts that are in tune with each other. These acoustic sounds will also be combined with purely electronic samples. In this musical and sound performance the author will attempt to develop almost a stage adaptation of his sound composition, heading towards ambient and electronic music.

Born in Vsetín in 1981. He has studied at a machinery training school in Vsetín, at Zlín Film School (where his major was sound), and at the Faculty of Fine Arts (Multimedia Studio) of Brno University Technology. He is currently studying multimedia composition at Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno. Since 2005 he has been working in Prague as a sound engineer for actors‘ films, documentaries, advertisements, and independent audiovisual production in the film and television industry. He has created sound and musical compositions for featurettes, videos, and theatre plays. He lives in Brno now.

In his work he has been oscillating among many electronic music genres. He has been influenced by ambient, trip-hop, industrial music, techno, noise, post punk and minimalist music. He plays both acoustic and electric guitars, the drums, bass, and piano. In his current works he pursues sound and musical compositions as well as electric-acoustic industrial music. He examines the acoustic nature of iron. His musical instruments are metal sculptures and objects, cylindrical metal objects, etc. He also uses sampling, digital sound modulation, granular synthesis, etc. For his performances he usually uses an interactive combination of music, sound and video.

http://soundcloud.com/aleff
http://aleff.bandcamp.com
http://www.youtube.com/alefelektronik


21:30 Frutti di Mare (SK)

ddkern - percussion instruments

Rafal Mazur – bass guitar
RBNX - vocal and electronic instruments

Andrej Gál - cello

Miki Havrila - trombone

Peter Čaputa – electric guitar
Miro Tóth - alto sax / conductor

http://www.frutti.sk

Miro Toth

Miro Toth

 

Frutti di Mare is a conceptual audiovisual project, whose part were ten concerts played in 2007–2009. Its subjects of interest and line-up changed according to the specifics of each particular venue (from a punk club to the philharmonic). The soul of this project is Miro Tóth. He assembled about sixty players (singers, instrumentalists, conductors, and a complete choir) who were ready to take the path of experimenting in different line-ups and combinations. Frutti has always been about the interaction of vocals, instrumentation, and visual projection. The VJ has always been in the position of an equal. The projection is a score which the singers and players were guided by. 



The line-up and the number of players have always depended on the themes of the individual concerts – there were six players in Odin’s Eye and sixty players in Štefan H’s Passions. Both the concept of the theme and the playing technique changed too. The third of the concerts – CHAT – was an interactive and live way of setting various projections of social communication to music. EJACULA was a musicalization of the 1990s pornography with distinct storyline motives. 



Frutti di mare are coming to Brno in a purely instrumental line-up as the herald of the forthcoming opera, Moje more Kaddáfi.


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