EMS Stockholm has 2 places to give away to the course "Experimental Composition & Performance" with Eli Keszler at CAMP!
EMS Stockholm has 2 places to give away to the course Experimental Composition & Performance with Eli Keszler at CAMP, april 4, 2018.
CAMP is a residential arts centre in the French Pyrenees, operated by Fuse Art Space.
Aya Metwalli (b. 1988) is a singer/songwriter from Cairo who has been performing her original material since November 2011.
Since that period she has self-pulblished over 30 songs and amassed over 1,110,000 streams and over 27,000 followers on Soundcloud.
Starting with only her acoustic guitar and voice, she gradually expanded her live set after studying music production in 2014.
She has added an electronic element to her performances with minimal beats and various sound modulations. In December 2016,
she self-released an EP entitled “BEITAK” on soundcloud introducing her new sound. She has performed the EP in various venues in Cairo and Beirut.
She is currently working on her debut album.
in a wide range of sonic activities – experimental electronic music, junk metal percussion ensembles, Balinese gamelan, sound scores for
dance/ theater/ video/ performance art, and installations. His electronic sound work is focused on resonant feedback systems, using amplified
instruments/ objects/ spaces/ circuits in combination with electronics and Supercollider programming.
founded in 2003. With it, she has published several EP’s and an album. Irradiation’s musical output is best described as a permanent exploration
of the space between repetitive and abstract electronic music. Her music moved towards being experimental sound studies over the last years,
yet without losing the dance floor from sight. She joins the loose ends between electronic dance music and acousmatic improvisation.
Photo by Christian Koenig
JASSS (S. Jiménez Alvarez) is a sound artist and producer born and raised on the northen coast of Spain.
Emanuele Porcinai is a composer and performer. His solo project WSR was first released on Contort Records and showcased on the main stage at the 2015 edition of Berlin Atonal festival.
He operates in the limbo between acoustic and synthetic music, humanising electronic sources while mutating sounds taken from real instruments and environments. His research and experimentation focuses on the possibilities given by self-built string instruments and their sonic physicality in both studio practice and improvisation/live performance.
Damián Gorandi (1991) was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a member and coordinator of the Laboratory of Electroacoustic Music
at the Conservatory "Alberto Ginastera" of the Province of Buenos Aires, where he studies composition with Jorge Sad, Fernando Maglia,
Elsa Justel, Ricardo Mandolini and Marcos Franciosi.
His artistic work and compositions have been declared "of High Cultural and Artistic Interest" by the Ministry of Culture of Argentina.