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  • 26. května  2017 v 22:03       rubrika: Persons

    Podracký Ján

    Ján Podracký (*1993, Košice) is a student of Master’s degree of musicology on Masaryk University in Brno. He is self-taught in composition except private lessons with Pavel...

     
  • 20. února  2017       rubrika: Persons

    Tóth Miroslav (bio_eng)

    Composer and saxophonist. He is focused on contemporary, improvised, electroacoustic music and conceptual audiovisual work. He is author of...

     
  • 27. ledna  2017 v 13:29       rubrika: Persons

    Hejl Matouš

    Matouš Hejl (b. 1989) creates mainly instrumental and electronic music. He has contributed to many theatre, dance and other performances (at Jatka78, Meetfactory,... Lost in Munich, which was his film debut, was given the Český lev Award for the best film score.

     
  • 25. listopadu  2016 v 14:04       rubrika: Persons

    Ožvold Martin

    Martin Ožvold (1974) is a music composer and sound artist. In his work he deals with making electronic music instruments, live electronics,...

     
  • OPO / Opening Performance Orchestra

    Opening Performance Orchestra is a seven-membered ensemble moving within a large genre span – from 20th century electronic thrusts of the musical avant-garde as far as contemporary Japanese noise music. The ensemble´s own work is based on the... fraction music, when the initial sound is digitally destroyed, fractured, and uncompromisingly rid of all its original attributes in the sense of the credo... Spring Ceremony or Fraction Music, Evenfall, Creeping Waves) as well as reinterpretations of other composers’ compositions that the ensemble feels to be in the same vain – like Inspirium Primum referring to the material by Hiroshi Hasegawa, a Japanese noise music representative, Re:Broken Music based on destroyed music of a Czech Fluxus artist Milan Knížák, Chess Show as a distinctive John Cage reminiscence, Perceived Horizons, a tribute to musique concrète, The Noise of Art and The Futuristic Soirée, originating from ideas and texts of Italian futurists and using authentic instruments called intonarumori.

     

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