Repetitive Beats & Repetitive Conditionals - Gregor Schwellenbach (Piano) and Sam Aaron (RaspberryPi)

Repetitive Beats & Repetitive Conditionals - Gregor Schwellenbach (Piano) and Sam Aaron (RaspberryPi)

Two concerts will merge with the symposium, sitting in at the close of the fourth and last panel of the day.

Sam Aaron

Composer and software engineer Sam Aaron (Cambridge University, UK) reinvents musical instruments and uses a tiny computer for performing live on stage. He sweeps of the audience with his newly improvised and programmed classics of dance music. Live and coded.

Gregor Schwellenbach (KOMPAKT, Köln)

Gregor Schwellenbach is composer and multi-instrumentalist. He plays classics of electronic dance music - all un-digitally with his hands on an instrument whose first draft and documentary evidence goes back to the year 1397.It has not undergone substantial change ever since.

Gregor about his work:

Event Type: 
Concert
Time Slots: 
Thursday Afternoon
Location: 
Mousonturm, Saal

Date:
Thu April 30th: 21:30, Mousonturm, Saal

Admission:
Workshop Pass holders: This event is included. Please pick up your ticket at the Mousonturm front desk until 15:00 on Thursday April 30th.

This concert is included in the All-Day-Symposium-Ticket and is followed by an aftershow party.

Single Tickets are available  via Mousonturm.

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