3 December: Sweet Spot. Lounge for Electroacoustic Music: UNCERTAINTY

Electroacoustic music with sound designer Martin Löcker (a.k.a. Murmler) will take place on Tuesday, 3 December, 2019, at 19:30, Fünfzigzwanzig (Residenzplatz 10, 2nd floor, 5020 Salzburg).

Martin Löcker arbeitet als freier Tonmeister, Sounddesigner für Filmproduktionen und leitet den Fachbereich Audio (MultiMediaArt) an der FH Salzburg. Zusätzlich kuratiert er in der Galerie Fünfzigzwanzig die Reihe Performing Sound. Unter dem Künstlernamen „Murmler“ versucht er die Bereiche „Musik und Performance” zu verbinden, kritisch, mit Witz und ohne sich stilistisch festzulegen. Für seine elektronischen Musikstücke, Performances und Klanginstallationen erhielt er mehrfach den Salzburger Landespreis für Elektronische Musik.
„Murmeln“ is the beauty of uncertainty.

Die Reihe SWEET SPOT versteht sich als Forum klassischer und ganz neuer Produktionen Elektroakustischer Musik in Salzburg. In Lounge-Atmosphäre werden ganz neue Stücke, aber auch „Klassiker“ des Genres gehört und miteinander diskutiert. Begleitet wird jedes Konzert mit einer kurzen Einführung und der Möglichkeit, sich im Anschluss über das Gehörte auszutauschen.

Idee, Technik und Moderation der Reihe:

  • Alexander Bauer (Komponist, Organist | SEM Studio für Elektronische Musik, Universität Mozarteum Salzburg)
  • Achim Bornhöft (Komponist, Leiter Institut für Neue Musik | Universität Mozarteum Salzburg)
  • Marco Döttlinger (Komponist | Institut für Neue Musik, Universität Mozarteum Salzburg)

Martin Losert (Saxophonist, Instrumentalpädagoge, Leiter Department Musikpädagogik, Leiter PB (Inter)Mediation | Universität Mozarteum Salzburg)

Eine Veranstaltung von (Inter)Mediation in Kooperation mit dem Studio für Elektronische Musik und dem Institut für Neue Musik der Unviersität Mozarteum Salzburg sowie Fünfzigzwanzig.

Mag. Ingeborg Schrems


PB (Inter)Mediation, Kooperationsschwerpunkt Wissenschaft und Kunst

Bergstraße 12, 5020 Salzburg

Tel: +43 62 8044 2380

E-mail to Mag. Ingeborg Schrems

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