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Fields, Scott Multiple Joyce Orchestra: Moersbow Ozzo (Clean Feed)

A live concert of Fields' Quite Large Orchestra (aka Multiple Joyce Orchestra) with Frank Gratkowski, Christina Fuchs, Thomas Lehn, Carl Hubsch, &c. &c. performing modular compositions for improvising chamber group, plus an homage to Merzbow.
 

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Scott Fields-conductor

Christina Fuchs-soprano saxophone, clarinet

Frank Gratkowski-alto saxophone

Michael Heupe-flute, bass flute

Carl Ludwig Hubsch-tuba

Thomas Lehn-analog electronics

Axel Lindner-violin

Tom Lorenz-vibraphone

Matthias Mainz-trumpet

Annette Maye-clarinet, bass clarinet

Udo Moll-trumpet

Matthias Muche-trombone

Melvyn Poore-tuba

Eva Popplein-computer

Norbert Roderkicher-wooden flute

Vincent Royer-viola

Matthias Schubert-tenor saxophone

Angelica Sheridan-flute, bass flute

Florian Standler-accordion

Radek Stawarz-violin

Achim Tang-contrabass

Christian Thome-percussion

Georg Wissel-alto saxophone

Marion Worle- (aka Frau W), computer

Philip Zoubek-piano


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UPC: 0609063002355

Label: Clean Feed
Catalog ID: CF236
Squidco Product Code: 14995

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2011
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Cardstock Gatefold Sleeve
Recorded at the Loft, Cologne, Germany on January 25th, 2009 by Christian Heck.

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"Fields wrote OZZO and Moersbow with the idea of having a book (which continues to grow) that could be performed by any ensemble stocked with at least sixteen traditionally trained musicians who play pitched instruments and who improvise. The piece can accommodate many more pitched or unpitched instruments as well.

The musicians in this orchestra reflect Cologne's deep and wide musical pool. For decades the city has been a magnet for creative musicians of a particular ilk. Classical matter whetted, they are nonetheless zealous improvisers, boundary violators, genre ignorers, alliance formers, vagabonds. For decades they have been drawn to Cologne by Germany's largest music conservatory, supportive venues such as the Loft, the presence of avant-garde pioneers such as Stockhausen, Kagel, Ligeti, and Koenig, and close proximity to other musical centers such as Amsterdam, Paris, and Berlin.

OZZO, which takes up most of the bytes on this disc, is the most recent of Fields' modular compositions. The first was "48 Motives" and the second was "96 Gestures". An improvising conductor, Fields on this recording, selects material and indicates when, and sometimes how, the musicians are to improvise. The language that the conductor and musicians use to communicate is a set of physical gestures drawn from the American Manual Alphabet (the letter shapes that many deaf people use to spell words with their hands) and traditional conducting movements. In addition to playing their instruments, the musicians also can suggest, in the moment, modules they would like to play and with whom, whether they would like to improvise, solo, or even stop playing. This interaction makes the performances unusually organic and dynamic.

"Moersbow" is an homage to the Japanese electronics master Merzbow, who works the interactions of phased noise at extreme volume levels. In contrast to the music of its namesake, Moersbow is meant to be performed as quietly as possible. The ensemble is divided into groups that a conductor triggers to play a series of independent loops. The loops contain some combination of noises, pitch material, small melodies. Although Moersbow's outcome is not as variable as Ozzo, the phasing and timing of the loops and choices the performers make do result inconsiderable differences between performances."-Clean Feed Records


Artist Biographies

"Scott Fields (born September 30, 1952 in Chicago, Illinois) is a guitarist, composer, and bandleader. He is best known for his attempts to blend music that is composed and music that is written and for his modular pieces (see 48 Motives, 96 Gestures and "OZZO"). He works primarily in avant-garde jazz, experimental music, and contemporary classical music.

Fields was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He started as a self-taught rock musician but soon was influenced by the musicians of the Association for the Advancement for Creative Musicians (AACM), which was active in the Hyde Park neighborhood in which he grew up. Later he studied classical guitar, jazz guitar, music composition, and music theory. In 1973 Fields co-founded the avant-garde jazz trio Life Rhythms. When the group disbanded two years later, he played sporadically but soon was institutionalized for an extended period. He almost quit music until 1989.

Since then he has performed and composed actively. His ensembles and partnerships have included such musicians as Marilyn Crispell, Hamid Drake, John Hollenbeck, Joseph Jarman, Myra Melford, Jeff Parker, and Elliott Sharp."

-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott_Fields)
2/21/2024

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"Frank Gratkowski, saxophone. Born in Hamburg, 1963.

Started playing the saxophone at 16 and, following a period at the Hamburg Conservatory (Hamburger Musikhochschule), moved in 1985 to study at the Cologne Conservatory of Music with Heiner Wiberny, graduating in 1990.

Further studies with Charlie Mariano, Sal Nistico and Steve Lacy.

Frank Gratkowski has been working as a soloist in various international formations (Grubenklang Orchester, Klaus Koenig Orchester, Musikfabrik NRW, Tony Oxley Celebration Orchestra, Bentje Braam, BikBentBraam, All Ears, Zeitkratzer, WDR Big band, etc.). Since 1990 he has been giving solo performances throughout Europe, Canada and USA. With his first solo program, he was a 1991 prizewinner in the Musik Kreativ contest. The release of the solo CD "Artikulationen" followed the same year and a new one "Artikulationen II" in 2002.

Since 1992 he has been working in a duo with the pianist Georg Graewe (CD "VicissEtudes"). The duo is often extended through the participation of different additional musicians, such as drummer Paul Lovens (CD "Quicksand") and bassist John Lindberg (CD "Arrears").

In 1995 he founded the "Frank Gratkowski Trio" with Dieter Manderscheid (Germany), bass, and Gerry Hemingway (USA), drums, (CDs "Gestalten" and "The Flume Factor" ). In 2000 the trio has been extended to a quartet by Dutch trombonist Wolter Wierbos (CDs "Kollaps", "Spectral Reflections", "Facio" and "Le Vent et la Gorge"). Since 2003 also appearing as a Double Quartet plus Tobias Delius, Herb Robertson, Wilbert DeJoode and Michael Vatcher. In 2005 he got the SWR Jazzprize.

In 1999 the duo with the Italian trombonist Sebastiano Tramontana has been formed and since 2001 Frank Gratkowski has been performing with a trio including Wilbert De Jode (NL) on bass and Achim Kaufmann (D) on piano (CDs "Kwast" and "Unearth"). Since 2006 he's working with the Trio Gratkowski / Brown / Winant (CDs "Wake" and "Vermilion Traces/Donaueschingen 2009"). He is also a co-leader / composer of the Multiple Joy[ce] Orchestra and got a commission to compose for the ensemble Apartment House by "November Music " (Den Bosch NL) and the "Huddersfield Comtemporary Music Fesitival" (England) in 2009. Further actual projects are Fo[u]r Alto, a saxophone ensemble dedicated to microtonal music and "Artikulationen E" a solo program for saxophone with 8 channel live electronic.

Frank Gratkowski played on nearly every German and on numerous international Jazz and contemporary music Festivals including Vancouver, Toronto, Chicago, New York, Seattle, Quebec, Les Mans, Muelhuus, Groeningen, Nickelsdorf, Barcelona, Lithuania, Warsaw, Zagreb, Prague, Bratislava, Sofia, Bucharest, Odessa and Roma, Huddersfield, London.

He has been teaching saxophone and ensembles at the Cologne, Berlin and Arnhem Conservatory of Music and is giving workshops all around the world.

Furthermore he has performed with Robert Dick, Phil Wachsmann, Radu Malfatti, Herb Robertson, Marcio Mattos, Eugenio Colombo, Peter Kowald, Ray Anderson, Michael Moore, Ken Vandermark, Greg Osby, Kenny Wheeler, Louis Sclavis, John Betsch, Jane Ira Bloom, Connie and Hannes Bauer, Xu Fengxia, James Newton, Muhal Richard Abrams, John Lindberg, Michael Formaneck, Ernst Reijseger, Fred van Hove, Theo Jörgensmann, Phil Minton, Peter Brötzmann, Mark Dresser, Mark Feldman, Hamid Drake, Michiel Braam, Han Bennink, Mal Waldron, Misha Mengelberg a.m.o."

-Frank Gratkowski Website (http://gratkowski.com/biography/)
2/21/2024

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"Besides his own project like Hübsch's Longrun Development of the Universe, Drift and Hübsch's Primordial Soup he founded the ENSEMBLE X and co-leads the Multiple Joy[ce] Orchestra together with Matthias Schubert and Frank Gratkowski.

Hübsch is part of many collective projects and ensembles and works as side man in various projects. Carl Ludwig Hübsch performed with musicians like Arthur Blythe, Michiel Braam, Thomasz Stanko, Paul Lytton, Lester Bowie, Jasper vant Hof, Paul Lovens, Ernst Reijseger, Angelika Sheridan, Peter Keller, Thomas Lehn, Martin Theurer, Gunda Gottschalk, Axel Dörner, Ute Völker, Gino Robair, Philip Zoubek, Le Quan Ninh, Michel Doneda, Scott Fields, Michael Vorfeld, Uwe Oberg, Ulrich Phillipp, Franz Hautzinger, Sebastian Gramss, Nils Wogram, Frank Köllges, Udo Moll a.m.o. throughout the planet.

He participated in numerous projects like e.g.

• The F-Orkestra
• Oktoberorchestra Amsterdam 1994
• Humannoise Congress
• Hannes Zerbe / Willem Breuker Blech Band 1995
• Matthias Schubert Sextett 1997
• Kammeroper "Idyllen" von Thomas Beimel 1999
• Matthias Schubert Quartett 2002
• European Tuba Quartett from 2000
• Markus Eichenbergers Domino Orchestra 2003
• Toyteens `lil Rosies (Klare, Buhrs, de Jode, Hübsch)
• Post No Bills ab 1995
• Adam Noidlts Missiles
• Carl Ludwig Hübsch/Harald Kimmig Duo
• Adam Noidlts Missiles
• Thomas Heberers LipL from 2007
• Achim Krämer Georg Wissel Carl Ludwig Hübsch
• Franz Hautzingers Trompetenorchester 2008
• Bik Bent Braam / Braam Hybrid Tentett
• Ensemble [H]iatus from 2008

fellowships or study travels lead Hübsch troughout the continents, e.g.to India in 1997 for studies with Ramamani (Karnataka College of Percussion)or to Namibia in the year 2000, to the USA ( OMI-Arts Stipendium 2002) • but also to closer places like Essen (Jazzpott Award 2003 ) or to Basel (2008 / 2009 Residency of the Stiftung Bartels Fondation) Huebsch's work is documented in numerous radio and CD productions."

-Carl Ludwig Hubsch Website (http://www.clhuebsch.de/index.php/en/projects-en)
2/21/2024

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"Thomas Lehn was Born in Fröndenberg (Germany) in 1958. Since the early 1980s Thomas Lehn has been working as a author and performer of contemporary music. After studying recording engineering - piano with Prof. Wilfried Kassebaum - at the Music Academy of Detmold in Germany, studies at the Music Academy of Cologne with Peter Degenhardt and Prof. Klaus Oldemeyer (classical piano) and with Frank Wunsch and Francis Coppieters (jazz piano) completed his academical education. In the 80ies he took part on courses of Studio for pianistic interpretation held by Prof. Jürgen Uhde.

As an interpreting pianist he has been playing concerts since 1982 - performing both contemporary new music including numerous first performances and traditional composed music of the classical and romantical period. In 1989 he initiated the chamber ensemble Trio Dario and four years later the Mengano Quartett, performing compositions of the contemporary avant-garde, in particular numerous first performances of comissioned works. Developed parallel to his work as a pianist, since the early 1990s his major and widely reknown work has been performing and producing live-electronic music. Rooted in the experience of a wide spectrum of musical fields based on his background as an interpreting and improvising pianist in classical-, contemporary and jazz-music and having been involved in numerous other projects like music theatre, dance, multi-media, studio pre-/post-production etc., he has been developing an individual 'language' of electronic music.

The electronic equipment he uses consists of analogue synthesizers of the late 1960s, and since 1994 in particular the EMS Synthi A. Besides the substantial sound qualities of its analogue synthesis, the facilities of this modular instrument - for example to modify electronic sounds very directly as well as to combine and to control several parameters of the sound synthesis at the same time - allows him to spontaneously act in close contact with the various structural degrees of the musical process.

In 2000 his solo album Feldstärken had been released on German label Random Acoustics. Up today, his discography enclosures about 80 CD publications. Numerous appearances at major international festivals of contemporary musics and concerts tours in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Hungaria, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Scotland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the USA give evidence of his international profile and recognition.

He has been involved in projects promoted and/or supported by the Goethe-Institutes in Belgrade, Boston, Bratislava, Budapest, Chicago, Copenhagen, Glasgow, Lille, Lissabon, London, Manchester, Marseille, Milano, Montreal, Palermo, Rome, San Francisco, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, Toronto, Warsaw, Wellington and York. His musical activities enclosure long term and newer ensemble collaborations as well as involvements in numerous specific single projects. Long term collaborations are ensembles like KONK PACK, TOOT, THERMAL, FUTCH, MIMEO, SPEAK EASY, 6IX, VARIO-34, as well as the duo works with Marcus Schmickler, Tiziana Bertoncini, Gerry Hemingway, Paul Lovens, Frédéric Blondy Urs Leimgruber and John Butcher. More recently formed ensembles are the duos with Benoît Moreau and with the video artist Kjell Bjørgeengen, trio formations with John Butcher involving pianists John Tilbury and Matthew Shipp.

Further he is pianist and founding member of the ensemble]h[iatus, an ensemble for interpretation and improvisation of contemporary music, whichs members are all experienced interpreters and improvisers. The ensemble compiles concert programs integrating/alternating notated and real-time-created contemporary music. It has been first-performing commissioned works by Vinko Globokar, Peter Jakober, Jennifer Walshe, Anthony Pateras besides performing compositions of the contemporary repertoire. Besides performing his own electronic music, in the recent years Thomas Lehn became more active as a synthesizer interpreter of electronic compositions. The realisation of Boguslav Schaeffer's Electronic Symphony - live performed in 2010 and 2011 - has been documented on the CD PRES Scores on polish label Bolt/Monotype. In 2012 he world premierred OCCAM VI for synthesizer solo by Éliane Radigue at Berghain Berlin during festival Faithful! and - together with KlangForum Wien - dort for synthesizer and 15 piece ensemble by Austrian composer Peter Jakober at musikprotokoll Graz and at Konzerthaus Vienna."

-Thomas Lehn Website (http://www.thomaslehn.com/read/vita_e.html)
2/21/2024

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"Axel Lindner (born 1980 in Mönchengladbach, Germany) is a German violinist.He commenced Jazz - Violin studies in 2004 at the Hogeschool voor de kunsten in Arnhem.Since 2006 he has continued his studies at the Hochschule für Musik zu Kölnwith Michael Gustorff.

He played in Superstrings, Sunship String Quartet, Scott Fields String Feartet, Scott Fields Ensemble, Multiple Joy[ce] Orchestra, Hot Club de Cologne, Norbert Steins Pata-Ensemble and also with Jens Düppe, Frank Köllges, Roman Podeszwa, Maciej Sledziecki, Hannah Köpf among others.

Presently, Axel Lindner teaches the violin at the Offene Jazz Haus Schule (Cologne) and the English language Rheindahlen Music Centre (Mönchengladbach)."

-Panrec (http://panrec.com/artists/axel_lindner)
2/21/2024

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"Since the end of his music studies at the Folkwang Hochschule Essen and the Musikhochschule Köln, Mainz has been realizing works between composed, improvised and electro-acoustic music, media art, dance theater, theater and radio.

In 2001 he founded the interdisciplinary project ensemble realtime research and produced mixed media environments and performances, electro-acoustic music and theater projects until 2012. In connection with the projects, workshops and lecture performances were held at universities, art and music colleges in Germany, Poland, the USA, Turkey and Iran. Mainz has been dealing with questions of transcultural music and its integration into national and international cultural politics since 2012. Research took him to Kabul, Tehran and Istanbul. Mainz has been developing and managing the platform for transcultural new music as an instrument of artistic production and artistic-scientific research since 2015.

His transdisciplinary thinking on which his work is based repeatedly leads to collaborations beyond musical-artistic contexts. The contact with the ethnomusicologists Martin Greve (Istanbul), Azin Movahed (Teheran), Robert Reigle (Istanbul, Los Angeles) and Raimund Vogels (Hannover-Hildesheim) since 2013 opened up new rooms for Mainz to share artistic, musicological and sociological perspectives to bring in connection.

Formative musical influences for Mainz emerged from contacts with teachers and role models of different lengths since 1989, such as the trumpeters Markus Stockhausen, Manfred Schoof and Dave Douglas, the composing pianists Simon Nabatov and Georg Graewe, and the unfortunately deceased trumpeters Laurie Frink and Kenny Wheeler and the composer Johannes Fritsch. Further fleeting, rather coincidental encounters since 1998 with the composers Karlheinz Stockhausen, Györgi Ligeti, Anthony Braxton, Ron Kuivila, Alvin Lucier and David Behrman during studies and stays abroad also left formative impressions, some of which changed the direction of his further work.

Above all, the suggestions that resulted from the intensive collaboration with musicians and artist colleagues since 2001 influenced, shaped and changed the work and self-image of Matthias Mainz decisively - including the computer musicians Prof. Alberto de Campo and Hannes Hölzl, Joker Nies, Alex Gunia, Frank Schulte and Markus Aust, the electronic music producer Boris Polonski from the environment of Can and Mille Plateux, the music performance artist Rochus Aust, the composing improvisation musicians of the Cologne loft / Berlin real-time music and improvisation scenes Carl -Ludwig Hübsch, Matthias Schubert, Frank Gratkowski, Philipp Zoubek and Simon Rummel as well as the media artists Jörg Oswald, Alexander Peterhaensel, Daniel Burkhard, Luis Negron van Grieken, Egbert Mittelstädt and Tessa Knapp and the visual artist Matthias Groebel."

-Matthias Mainz Website (Translated by Google) (https://www.matthiasmainz.com/about)
2/21/2024

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"Annette Maye was born in Flensburg. After graduating from high school, she first completed a course in Eastern European history, musicology and Russian at the University of Freiburg. In 2000 she completed her contact studies in popular music (pop course) at the Hamburg University of Music. She then studied jazz clarinet and bass clarinet at the music academies in Cologne and Paris (2001-2005) with Frank Gratkowski, Claudio Puntin and Riccardo del Fra. She graduated from jazz in 2005 with a diploma.

Awards: In the year 2016 Annette Maye was awarded the NRW Female Prize by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia in cooperation with the WDR Jazz Prize. Before, he had won the SWR world music award "querBeet" with ensemble FisFüz in 1998, and in 2006 she had received the Torneo Internazionale di Musica (TIM) award in Rome in the jazz category.

Projects: The clarinetist works as an instrumentalist and also in her compositions with jazz, world music, contemporary music and improvisation. She played with internationally renowned musicians like Gianluigi Trovesi (Italy), Arkady Shilkloper (Russia), Jean-Louis Matinier, Michel Godard and Tomas Savy (France), Günter Baby Sommer and Hans Lüdemann (Germany), Claudio Puntin (Switzerland / Germany) , Glen Velez (USA), Giora Feidman (Israel), Mohamed Mounir (Egypt), Joris Roelofs and Alex Simu (NL), as well as with the Tonkünstlerorchester Niederösterreich, Concerto Köln or Noreum Machi (South Korea). Maye has been working with theater director Robert Wilson (USA) in productions at the Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus since 2017 and furthermore with director Stephan Bachmann in a co-production at Schauspiel Köln and Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus since 2021. She has also worked as a musician with the Théâtre de la Ville/Paris.

She participates in different formations, such as in the German-Turkish oriental jazz trio "ensemble FisFüz" (various CDs, including together with Gianluigi Trovesi), the modern klezmer duo "Doyna" (CD "Sammy´s Frejlach" 2015), the world music formation "Tabadoul Orchestra", the trio "Il Lusorius", the "Multiple Joyce Orchestra" or in their project "Annette Maye's Vinograd Express" (CD "Remembering Masada" 2015): Here the clarinetist together with the Italian Maestro Gianluigi Trovesi made the "Masada Songbook" by the New York avant-garde composer John Zorn, and Vinograd Express also play original compositions - a way of working that is exemplary for Maye: reshaping foreign material so that it can be integrated perfectly into your own creative cosmos.

The musician was a long-time member of the well-traveled world music formation "Schäl Sick Brass Band" and co-founder of the modern jazz quartet "New Gate" and the duo "PyromanDuo"."

-Annette Maye Website (https://annettemaye.wordpress.com/ueber/)
2/21/2024

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"Udo Moll (* 1966 in Kirchheim unter Teck) is a German jazzmusician and improviser (trumpet, melodica, cello, electronics).

Moll played first in the Jugendblaskapelle of the music association Uhingen. After his civilian service, he studied empirical cultural sciences at the University of TŸbingen. In 1992, he studied trumpet and composition at the Cologne University of Music with Manfred Schoof and Johannes Fritsch. Moll worked with Guildo Horn , Hella von Sinnen , Frank Kšllges , Matthias Schubert , Nils Wogram , Gerry Hemingway or Moritz Eggert. He contributed to the realization of the dance performance Spirales with Eleonora However and Gorm Neergard. He also founded the international septet Novotnik 44 , winner of the 2nd prize at the International Jazz Festival in Getxo / Spain and finalist at the International Jazz Competition of the Leverkusen Jazztage. He founded La Banda Metafisica together with Nicolao Valiensi. He plays with Sebastian Gramss and Matthias Muche in improvisation project Das moll's law , which has also worked with John Tilbury , Elliott Sharp , the Institute for Fine Motor Dynamics or Sidsel Endresen. He is also a member of the SchŠl Sick Brass Band and the James Choice Orchestra."

-Wikipedia (Translated by Google) (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Udo_Moll)
2/21/2024

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"Matthias Muche (D) trombone, born in 1972 lives in Cologne and works as musician and media artist. He studied trombone at the Amsterdam School of the Arts, in Rotterdam and at the "Hochschule für Musik" in Cologne with Bart van Lier, Henning Berg and Paulo Alvares and also audiovisual media with Anthony Moore at the academy of media arts cologne. Muche works in several formations, e.g. with the James Choice Orchestra, Das Mollsche Gesetz, Nils Klein Tentett, Schäl Sick Brass Band and with Mischa Mengelberg, Larry Ochs and Robyn Schulkowsky, having concert tours through Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

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As media artist, Muche combines contemporary music with new media in his audiovisual works. his latest works were presented in bern, paris and during the Art Cologne. Together with Sven Hahne he has been Artistic Director of the FRISCHZELLE festival for Intermedial Performance since 2004. Furthermore he is founder member of ZEITKUNST, which is an association for the advancement and conveyance of audiovisual art."

-Timeart Ensemble Website (http://zeitkunst.eu/index.php?zone=proj&feld=hots)
2/21/2024

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"The direction was clear from early on. From the age of four, I played euphonium - like my father; at seven I gave my first public performance; later, I started piano as well; and at twelve I finally decided in favour of tuba."

"But exactly how far one can go with this apparently unwieldy instrument only became clear to Melvyn Poore (born 1951) while he was studying. His experiences as "music director" of the "Birmingham Arts Laboratory" contributed to the realisation that there is a life as tubist beyond the humdrum of the orchestra. "Even as a student, I preferred to play pieces that weren't written for tuba at all."

Poore's first experiments in the "Arts Lab" with tape and electronics led him on to a new passion: the experimental interaction of acoustic instruments and technology, which for him now has the same priority as purely acoustic experiments involving the sound possibilities of the tuba. Poore has passed on his experience in the capacities of interpreter, composer and also lecturer: he was "Research Assistant" at the Salford College of Technology (1989-1991), a guest at the Zentrum für Kunst- und Medientechnologie (Centre for Art and Media Technology) in Karlsruhe from 1992-1994 (where he developed his concept 'METAinstrument'), and 1993-95 "Visiting Professor for Electro-Acoustic Music" at the Royal College of Music in London.

Since 1995 he is a permanent member of Ensemble Musikfabrik and dedicates himself to the creation of the pedagogical department of the ensemble."

-Ensemble MusikFabrik (https://www.musikfabrik.eu/en/ensemble/members/melvyn-poore/)
2/21/2024

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"Eva Popplein is a German computer musician and sound engineer, born in Munich in 1978. She is mostly active in the improvisation scene and composes electro-acoustic music for intermedia productions in the fields of opera, theatre and radio/radio plays. She's been working as sound engineer at Deutschlandfunk since 2006."

-Eva Popplein Website (http://www.merzougamusic.com/?p=249)
2/21/2024

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"Matthias Schubert (born April 18, 1960 in Kassel ) is a German jazz musician (tenor saxophone, oboe and composition).

Schubert had oboe lessons as a teenager. The saxophonists Allan Praskin and Melvin Phillips introduced him to jazz. He studied from 1979 to 1983 at the University of Music and Performing Arts Hamburg with Andy Scherrer, Herb Geller and Walter Norris. He played for a long time in the Euro Jazz Band, the Graham Collier Band and the Marty Cook Group, but also with the groups of Albert Mangelsdorff, Manfred Bründl and others.

He played in the quartet with Simon Nabatov, Lindsey Horner and Tom Rainey during the 1990s. He forms a trio with Carl Ludwig Hübsch and Wolter Wierbos. He has founded the James Choice Orchestra with Hübsch, Frank Gratkowski and Norbert Stein. He also played with Karl Berger, Klaus King, Kathrin Lemke, Jeanne Lee, Joachim Ullrich, Andreas Willers, Xu Fengxia, Scott Fields, Uwe Oberg,Uli Böttcher and Alois Kott. In 2001 he was appointed as a lecturer at the University of Music, Drama and Media Hanover."

-Wikipedia (Translated by Google) (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matthias_Schubert)
2/21/2024

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"Radek Stawarz (* 1973 in Myślenice near Krakow ) is a Polish, jazz and improvisational musician ( violin and viola ), based in Cologne.

Radek Stawarz is from Galicia and played alongside his classical violin education in jazz and rock bands, Polish folklore - and Czech Sinti and Roma music groups. He studied at the Silesian University of Classical Music in Katowice and has been living in Cologne since the beginning of the 2000s. He studied at the Musikhochschule in Cologne and studied with Michael Gustorff , Gorjan Kosuta , Bill Dobbins , John Taylor and Frank Gratkowski . In-depth studies followed & a. With Paulo Álvares in the area of ​​new music and free improvisation. In 2003, he won the university competition in Maastricht with the Five Spotz Quintet , and the Cologne Jazz Art 2003 competition with Simon Rummel's Fantasmonika .

Stawarz works in the Cologne improvisation scene in various projects in the field of jazz and new music with orchestras, big bands , kleinkunst as well as for film and theater music, a. With musicians of the WDR Big Band Cologne under the direction of Manfred Schoof as well as with Nicolas Simion . Since 2004 Stawarz has been a member of the James Choice Orchestra , with whom he performed at the 2007 Moers festival . Stawarz was a violinist in several productions and galas of the circus Roncalli .

Since 2005 Stawarz has been working as a stage musician at the Schauspielhaus in Cologne ; Since 2006 with Andreas Molinos Band Charanga . In 2008 he formed a trio with Philip Zoubek and Matthias Muche . In 2010 he works with the Electropunk Band Von Spar ; 2012 with Matthias Muche ( The Krzysztof Komeda Show ) . With Stevko Busch , Tom Arthurs and Ingrid Laubrock , he appears in the quartet. He also plays with DJs in House / Techno-Discos."

-Wikipedia (Translated by Google) (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radek_Stawarz)
2/21/2024

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"Achim Tang was born in Berlin in 1958.early musical experiences playing recorder, trumpet, guitar and bassguitardouble bass since 1984classical training in Basel (with Walter Imholz) and Berlin (with RandallNordstr¿m)after 1987 studies with Wayne Darling at the Hochschule fŸr Musik unddarstellende Kunst in Graz (Jazzdepartment). Graduated summa cumlaude.1993 until 2004 as a freelancing musician in Vienna/Austria.Collaborations with numerous musicians from various aesthetic backgrounds, invitations to many international festivals in Germany, France, USA, Korea, China, Scandinavia, Czech Republik, Poland and other countrys, many CD releases as a sideman, personal projects, compositions for dance, theater and film1998 bis 2001 part of the educational project "Klangnetze" in Vienna, led by professor Hans Schneider and the guitarist Burkhard Stangl.after 2004 in Cologne: intensification of the educational work. Different projects with children and teenagers based on own conceptions, awarded by the Sparda Stiftung and the local government of NRW. Yet continuous activities as a freelancing musician, founding member of the musicians cooperative ZAM e.V., collaboration with the new music network in cologne, interdiciplinary projects with national and international artists, incresing involvement in the issues of art and societyafter 2008 artistic director of the educational project "Grundschule mit Musikprofil Neue und Improvisierte Musik" for the Offene Jazzhausschule Cologne, conceptional and pedagogic cooperation with the educational program of the international moers festival, intense cooperation with the Hochschule fŸr Musik und Tanz and the university of cologne (teaching assignments)in 2011 living in Moers as the 4th "Improviser In Residence" of the moers festival-Achim Tang Website (http://www.achimtang.com/)
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"Christian Thomé (drums, electronics) studied at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam, Netherlands, using after hours to play in clubs with local bands. Besides the curriculum offered at the institute, he studied a lot of non western music and started researching South Indian Classical music from 1994.He learned the solfege system and other basics of Indian classical music, before going to Bangalore and Madras in 1995. There he studied with mridangist N.G Ravi, student to grandmaster Sivaraman. Is at the front of the new generation of european musicians bringing improvised music into the next decades. His versatile approach to jazz drumming and highly personal exploring for new sounds and techniques enables him to bridge the gap between modern jazz, pop-rock, world music, classical music and electro- acoustic improv, constantly inspired to expand his manifold range of instruments. Link laptop-based electronics with an old GDR-zither, join the Hamburg Philharmonics followed by a club set with colognes sample artist Niobe, producing a Ukrainian Singer in his own studio or interpret nursery rhymes with bowed piano: Thomé's aesthetic masters this balancing act.

Born in 1970, Christian Thomé grew up in Düsseldorf, Germany, playing music ranging from pop, rock and fusion to swing. He began playing drums at age 14, when he had already been studying the clarinet and piano from up age 6. In 1991 he went to Arnhem, The Netherlands, to attend the Arnhem Institut for the Arts, where he studied with Joop van Erven and René Creemers. During this time he let his own bands and consolidated his skills in composing and arranging. In 1997 he moved to Cologne, Germany, and has since become one of the most in demand drummers in germany's jazz/new music scene today. Christian Thomé has collaborated with Hans Lüdemann before, playing in the trio RISM and later taking part in his project "die kunst des trios".

In addition to co-leading and composing for the groups a si & twice no, Mariana Sadovska & Christian Thomé and Arnie Bolden, Christian records and tours with diverse groups including Trio Ivoir, Niobe, Trio Stockhausen/Comisso/Thomé, Nanoschlaf, Alony, and The Bliss. He recorded the debut CD "diving" of the trio collective Arnie Bolden in his own studio, where he also worked out a major arranging part for the latest CD "Entfernung" of the german pop oriented group Lühning. Christian is currently recording with the trio a si & twice no (Simin Tander - voice and Jörg Brinkmann - cello) and producing the new duo CD with Mariana Sadovska. His latest cd "hauptstrom" and debut album as a leader with his septet Tomatic 7 is available on JHM Recordings. He is teaching jazz drums at the conservatory of Osnabrück.

He also performed with musicians, including Lee Konitz, Peter Kowald, Evan Parker, Michael Moore, Dhafer Youssef, Michel Godard, Rainer Winterschladen, Ike Willis, John Goldsby, Markus Stockhausen, Claudio Puntin, Guillaume Orti, Till Brönner, Dieter Manderscheid, Frank Chastenier, Henning Sieverts, Achim Kaufmann, Sebastian Hess, Hartmut Kracht, Michiel Braam, Wilbert de Joode, Jorrit Dijkstra, Oene van Geel, Peter Fessler, Moritz Eggert, Sebastian Gramss, Nils Wogram, Matthias Schubert, Rudi Mahall a.o."

-Hans Ludermann Trio Ivoire Website (http://www.trioivoire.com/english/biography.html)
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"Georg Wissel *1964, Improviser, Composer, Sculptor of compressed air via (prepared) saxophones, clarinet and other soundsourcesWissel made his first important experiences in Improvised music recording and touring in the late 80ies in Germany, France and Southamerica as guest musician of 'Pöhlmusik' along with Jon Rose.Inspired by collaborations with electronic musicians, he began also (beside working on instrumental playing-technics) searching for new sounds by preparations,which by the time has become an integral part of his playing.

He is working internationally, performing solo under the title 'The Arte Of Navigation' and together with numerous exponents in Improvised music whilst he maintains long term collaborations with his duos along with Paul Lytton, Joker Nies and Tim O'Dwyer and ensembles like 'the WisselTangCamatta', 'Cajlan-Wissel-Nillesen', 'BlankDisk Trio' and 'Canaries on the Pole', Simon Rummel Ensemble, Wuppertaler Improvisations Orchester, La Grande Banda Metafisica... Wissel has been regular member of Frank Koellges' Adam Noidlt Missiles until his death in 2012.

Collaborations with ... Liz Allbee, Lawrence Casserley, Nicolas Collins, George Cremaschi, Gunda Gottschalk, Matthew Goodheart, Lou Grassi, Tomaz Grom, Carl Ludwig Hübsch, Erhart Hirt, Peter Jacquemyn, Miako Klein, Frank Köllges, Matthias Müller, Dan Peck, Tim Perkis, Melvyn Poore, Manja Ristic, Alan Silva, Lukatoyboy, Michael Vorfeld, GeSuk Yeo, LondonImprovisersOrchestra, Norbert Stein's Pata on the Cadillac ... Festival appearances at e.g. "Moers Festival"; "Schumannfest", Düsseldorf; "RingRing new music Festival", Belgrade; "Humanoise Congress", Wiesbaden; "Triennale", Köln; "Free Music Festival", Antwerp, "TransArt", Bolzano, "Jazz and More", Sibiu, "Irtijal", Beirut, "Audio Art", Krakow, "Relincha", Valdivia, Chile"

-Georg Wissel Website (https://georgwissel.wordpress.com/bio/)
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"Philip Zoubek (* 1978 in Tulln an der Donau ) is an Austrian pianist of the New Improvisation Music. A striking feature is his highly energetic play, the limits of the pianos, which also include preparation techniques and actions inside the instrument.

Zoubek studied piano at the Conservatory of the City of Vienna from 1996 onwards. He founded the Ubik quartet and took lessons with Uli Scherer before he enrolled at the Musikhochschule Vienna. In 2002 he moved to Cologne, where he studied with Hans Lüdemann, Frank Gratkowski and Marc Ducret. He founded the multimedia project Cauldron, with whom he won the composition competition of the bunker Ulmenwall Bielefeld and the cultural promotion award of the city of Herford; a DVD Q-Spektrum was created in 2003. With the group Snaut with Richard Koch (tp), Eric Schaefer (dr) and Christian Rainer (voice), he toured through Germany and Switzerland and became a prizewinner of the avant-garde competition for Young culture at the Düsseldorfer Altstadtherbst. Since 2004 he belongs to Achim Tang's Trio Torn, which performed successfully in 2011 in a quartet version at the Moers Festival. He was a member of the James Choice Orchestra ( Live at Moers, 2005), Ensemble Creativ, Org, Camera Obscura and the trio Muche / Zoubek / Tang. As a composer Philip Zoubek appeared with his own formation Philz. He also worked with Paul Lytton, Carl Ludwig Hübsch, Ernst Glerum, Herb Robertson, Wilbert de Joode and Christian Thomé.

In 2008 he received the Horst and Gretl Will scholarship for Jazz / Improvised Music of the City of Cologne. Also in 2008 he founded the Trio Z3 with Benjamin Weidekamp and Christian Weber. The formation Z3 was born out of the idea of ​​the music of the Jimmy Giuffre -Trios of the 1960s."

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