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Pygméteatern / Vasastan

mån 27 nov 2017 kl 20.00 – AVSLUTAD

KROCH kör vidare, mot alla odds, och presenterar den här kvällen i samarbete med Lupino Live: flamenco & finsk ursång (aptitretare inför kommande gästspel), gong & elektronik, dada-punk-pop med live visuals, nutida-avantgarde-soloviolin från Italien. ALLA VÄLKOMNA!

Anna Fält & Pia del Norte. A Finnish-born flamenco dancer from Stockholm dances to the rhythm of Finnish folk song tradition. Two different forms of expressions, a surprisingly obvious encounter!

Antti Tolvi is a father, composer, sound artist, performer, taiji teacher and more. Born in 1977. Lived first 19 year in farm, west coast of Finland. Then moved to City (Turku) where little by little world started to open. Found first wind instrument, didgeridoo. Then found free jazz (saxophone in Rauhan Orkesteri 2001-), but at the same time Indian classical music started to sound very interesting. Soon trip to Varanasi and studying Indian classical music. Next was nature and taiji studies. After 10 years in Turku moving back to countryside. Slowly from wild / chaos / free to more solo and minimalism world. Zen meditation came in. Children. Everything starts to come together. After 10 years back in countryside, everything starts from beginning. Didgeridoos sounds again great and interesting. Schlagers sounds better than ever, birds, wind, silence, harmony...

Broken harmonies played on an oddly stringed toy guitar. Up tempo slap-back delay with jazzy-punky drum beats relayed through contact-mics. Pitched dada vocals and circuit-bent synthesisers recorded onto cassette tapes. TVdE are influenced by musical experiments from every corner of our world, to capture “beauty” and play around with the science of sound.

Silvia Tarozzi is a violinist, performer and improviser. Her research on sound and instrumental gestures, fuelled by her own experience as an improviser, finds expression through several collaborations with composers like Pascale Criton, Éliane Radigue, Cassandra Miller, Pierre-Yves Macé, Pauline Oliveros.
She writes music for her own musical projects. She plays violin with the Ensemble Dedalus (FR), which boasts collaborations with many American and European composers (Christian Wolff, Tom Johnson, Alvin Lucier, Phill Niblock, Jürg Frey, Michael Pisaro, Jean-Luc Guionnet, Tim Parkinson etc.).