Samstag 28. Apr 2012, 18.00 Uhr
Dienstag, 1. Mai, 20 h 30 (Attention, concerts start Sharp!!)
Axel Dörner | Trompete
Nils Ostendorf | Trompete
Kim Myhr (No) | Akustische Gitarre
Michael Renkel | Akustische Gitarre -
Philippe Lauzier (Can) | Bassklarinette, Altsaxophon
Havard Volden(No) | Gitarre
Miles Perkin(Can) | Kontrabass
Mike Majkowski (Aus) | Kontrabass
Sam Pettigrew (Aus) | Kontrabass
Freitag 27. Apr 2012, 17.31 Uhr
Freiag, 11. Mai, 20 h 30 (Attention, concerts start Sharp!!)
Seiji Morimoto | Electronics
Alessandra Eramo (aka Ezramo) | Vocals, Electronics
Paul Hubweber | Trombone
Paul Hubweber | Trombone
Pär Thörn | Tape recorders, Sine waves, Electronics
Freitag 20. Apr 2012, 18.17 Uhr
Samstag 28 April 2012 ab 20 Uhr 30
HALStER is a guitar trio from Malmö, Sweden,
and consists of Anders Lindsjö, Mattias Nihlén and Adam Persson.
Using acoustic, electric and prepared guitars they since 2008
play dynamic intense improvisations.
HALStER has cooperated with well known improvisers as,
among others, saxophone player Martin Küchen and Americanguitarist
Eugene Chadbourne and made a row of performances in Sweden
but also in Copenhagen and Berlin.
Anders Lindsjö was part of the free improvisation-movement in Sweden
in the late eighties after returning from acouple of years on the New York
scene. Played with amongst others Mats Gustafsson, David Moss,
Sten Sandell andRaymond Strid. The recent years he has done a lot
of collaborations and recordings with among others Christian Munthe,
Angharad Davies and Jakob Riis.
Mattias Nihlén has mostly worked with his soloproject VED in a fusion
of folk- and progressive rock and ambient soundscapes.Among his many
collaborations is a trio with Anla Courtis (Argentinian guitarist from
legendary Reynols) and Klingsorplaying music to silent films.
Adam Persson has a background in experimental rock groups such as
Kürten, Klingsor and Nyckelbarn. Also worked onthe performance
scene with the American/Swedish collective CTB, and made text-sound
compositions with Swedish authorPär Thörn. Constructs some of his
own weird instruments.
Olivier di Placido is a self-taught musician who performs on electric guitar.
His approach is mainly focused on the manipulation and the sonic possibilities
of each elements of the guitar as a sound source (Unscrewed neck, unfixed
pickup, broken strings or not, electricity and short circuit, frets, whammy bar,
magnets…).He’s ausculting and trashing them all by mooving the pickup
around the instrument…