2 WORKSHOPS

Datum: 
6 Dec 2009 - 10:00

vi har glädjen att presentera 2 workshops av högsta klass:

SUPERCOLLIDER med Fredrik Olofsson - söndag 6/12 kl 10.00 - 14.00
och
SOUND PAINTING med Sabine Vogel - söndag 6/12 kl 15.00 - 18.00 (3 timmar med avslutande publikpresentation kl. 19.00).

Pris per workshop: 300:- / 200:- för Fylkingenmedlemmar

Anmäl er till
intermedia@fylkingen.se
senast tisdag 1/12.

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Snabbkurs i SUPERCOLLIDER, en praktisk och påtaglig (hands-on) workshop i att skapa syntetiska ljud med dator.

Vi kommer att använda det öppna och fria programmeringsspråket SuperCollider (http://supercollider.sourceforge.net/ ).

Tillsammans skriver vi kod som skapar allt från kliniskt rena sinustoner över knaster och sprak till riktigt skitigt oljud.
Inga förkunskaper i programmering krävs, men ett litet hum om analog eller digital ljudsyntes (olika typer av oscillatorer, enveloper, modulation) är ett plus.

Vi kommer att främst att bygga våra ljud på frekvens och fasmodulation.

Ta med: dator och hörlurar.

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SOUNDPAINTING
Workshop by Sabine Vogel

for musicians, dancers and actors

3 hours workshop and a final public performance

SOUNDPAINTING is the name given to the system of conducting developed by
Walter Thompson for musicians, dancers, actors, and visual artists working in the
medium of improvisation. At present this system includes over 700 signals that consist
of gestures made by the conductor indicating the type of improvisation that is desired of the performers.
Soundpainting developed as a method of communicating with the musicians
during a performance without having to shout above the music. In its early
days, the technique was primarily used as a tool for keeping the windows of
improvisation close to the style of the notated music.
Soundpainting has now evolved into a complete system with which an entire
concert, dance or theatre work, film score, or educational presentation can
be realized spontaneously.

more infos at:
www. soundpainting.org

Sabine Vogel - www.sabvog.de

born in Munich, studied jazz-flute at the Anton Bruckner Conservatory in Linz, Austria.
Sabine Vogel focuses on sound and improvisation, using extended techniques both acoustic as well as electronic, creating a very personal contemporary language for the flute.
With the support of STEIM in Amsterdam she developed foot- and sensor controllers for her electronic set-up. (http://steim.org/projectblog/)
She has a busy concert schedule with performances in Europe and throughout America, working privately in group ensembles as well as collaborating with New Music composers, a.o. Alex Nowitz, Swedish composers Malin Bång, Mattias Petersson and the Japanese composer Shintaro Imai.
She played with the Anthony Braxton 12tet, which had its worldpremier on the Free Music Festival in Antwerp in August 2005.
She has played and worked a.o. with Arto Lindsay, Tony Buck, Jim Denley, Chris Abrahams, Jack Wright, Axel Dörner, Andrea Neumann, Schwimmer, Ensemble Zwischentöne and the Walter Thompson Soundpainting Orchestra.

She began studying Soundpainting with Thompson in 2000, taking part in his Soundpainting residencies held at Byrdcliff Arts Colony (Woodstock, NY) in 2000 and 2001, and she has performed with the New York City–based Walter Thompson Orchestra.
She has conducted workshops in Berlin and Potsdam at several schools and did Soundpainting with several different groups on festivals in Italy, Austria and Germany
In 2002 she collaborated with Jennifer Emily Rahfeldt’s Swedish Soundpainting Orchestra in Helsingborg, Sweden.