Acoustic hallucinations for violin and piano from the duo of violinist Erkki Veltheim and pianist Anthony Pateras, exploring spectral techniques throughout extended temporal structures to generate unrelenting harmonic waves that create a singular psycho-harmonic texture.
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Catalog ID: IMM003
Squidco Product Code: 21045
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold with 16 page booklet
Recorded at Studioboerne45, in Berlin, Germany, by Roy Carroll.
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"Long-range acoustic hallucinations for violin and piano. Exploring spectral techniques throughout extended temporal structures, Pateras and Veltheim physically generate unrelenting harmonic waves to create a singular psycho-harmonic texture, blurring perceptions between two otherwise distinct instruments to create something otherworldly and hypnotic."-Immediata
"Erkki Veltheim is a musician and interdisciplinary artist. He has performed with ensembles such as Australian Art Orchestra, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Elision and Ensemble Modern, and has also featured as a soloist with London Sinfonietta and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. He has performed with and composed arrangements for artists including Black Arm Band, Gurrumul, Shane Howard and Zulya, and as an improviser has worked with Australia's leading practitioners, such as Anthony Pateras, John Rodgers, Jon Rose, Scott Tinkler and Tony Buck. He has appeared as an on-stage musician in the Belvoir Street production of 'The Diary of a Madman', directed by Neil Armfield and starring Geoffrey Rush, and on-stage electric violinist in Brett Dean's opera 'Bliss'. Erkki has been commissioned by Adelaide Festival, Vivid Festival and New Music Network, and his compositions have been performed by ensembles such as London Sinfonietta, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Soundstream Collective and Sydney Symphony Orchestra. He frequently collaborates with Sabina Maselli on audiovisual performance and expanded cinema projects. Erkki is a recipient a 2013 Myer Creative Fellowship."-Chambermadeopera.com
"Anthony Pateras (b.1979) is an Australian composer, pianist and electro-acoustic musician based in Berlin. His work explores sound and its mutation through varying constellations of notation, improvisation, electronic and acoustic materials.As soloist he has performed his work at Walt Disney Concert Hall (Los Angeles), Sydney Opera House, Zitadelle Spandau (Berlin), Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter (Oslo), L'Église Saint-Merri (Paris), Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna, the ICA (London), Concertgebouw Brugges, Foundaçao Serravles (Porto), Hamer Hall (Melbourne), Great American Music Hall (San Francisco), Logan Centre for the Arts (Chicago), Ancienne Belgique (Brussels), State Theatre (Sydney) and Melos-Ethos (Bratislava).
Pateras has written over 50 works with the aim of discovering uncommon acoustic and physical phenomena. These have been performed by Brett Dean, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Matthew Coorey, Erkki Veltheim, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Richard Tognetti, Speak Percussion, Ensemble Phoenix Basel, Orchestra of the Royal College of Music, Timothy Munro, Percussionists of the Basel Symphony Orchestra, Ensemble Intégrales Hamburg and Vanessa Tomlinson, amongst others."-Anthony Pateras website
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"Anthony Pateras is a composer and pianist. His works have been performed by The BBC Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Toronto Symphony, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Brett Dean, Jessica Aszodi as well as a large body of work for percussion by Synergy, Speak Percussion, Slagwerkgroep Den Haag, Vanessa Tomlinson, Diego Espinosa and the percussionists of the Basel Symphony.
Pateras is the producer/songwriter for tetema, a quartet with vocalist Mike Patton and frequent collaborators Will Guthrie (drums) and Erkki Veltheim (violin). Anthony has also performed concerts with Stephen O'Malley, Han Bennink, Paul Lovens, The Necks, eRikM, Valerio Tricoli, Anthony Burr, and has a working trio with Veltheim and trumpet virtuoso Scott Tinkler entitled North of North.
He has been commissioned by Radio France, SWR2 Baden-Baden, Melbourne Symphony, Kitchen Orchestra Stavanger, Muzzix Lille, Richard Tognetti, Lampo Chicago, Jérôme Noetinger, the National Gallery of Lithuania and Ensemble Hiatus through the French Ministry of Culture.
Pateras was the composer-in-residence at the Australian National Academy of Music in 2010, was nominated twice for the UNESCO Rostrum of Composers (2004, 2011) and is a recipient of the 2014 Myer Creative Fellowship.
Anthony has released over 30 albums on Tzadik, Editions Mego, Ipecac and on his own Immediata label. He holds a PhD in composition from Monash University, which explores intersections between composition, improvisation and electro-acoustic music."-Anthony Pateras Website (http://anthonypateras.com/blog/?page_id=12)
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