Ensemblekollektiv Berlin

Electronics by Eduardo Moguillansky

Electronics by Eduardo Moguillansky

© Eduardo Moguillansky

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Recorded for Deutschlandradio Kultur. Radio live broadcast on 17 March, from 20:03

In Ensemblekollektiv, four Berlin-based ensembles – Adapter, the Sonar Quartet, Ensemble Apparat and ensemble mosaik are united to form one collective body, build upon the extensive chamber music experience of the groups. This situation is of particular benefit to two composers: the Argentinian Eduardo Moguillansky carries out a “measurement of the human body” and investigates the secondary acoustic effects of physical performance actions on a range of instruments and technical devices. And the American Timothy McCormack also roots his work in a scientific interest: in his new piece “KARST” he pursues the notion that sound has a mass, that displaces air and is tangible as a physical object.

Eduardo Moguillansky
Jardin d’Acclimatation
for large ensemble (2011–2016) WP

Timothy McCormack
Uns – Apparatus
for ensemble (2013)

for large ensemble (2016) WP

Follwed by
Eduardo Moguillansky, Timothy McCormack and Samuel Stoll
talk to Lydia Rilling (in English)

Production and commission in collaboration with Ensemblekollektiv Berlin. Funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds and Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung.

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