Ezequiel Esquenazi was born in Buenos Aires. He graduated as a Composer from the Alberto Ginastera Academy, in Morón (Buenos Aires, Argentina). He has written music for orchestra, ensemble, soloist instruments, electroacustic and mixed works. His music has been played in Argentina, Switzerland, Belgium, France, Chile, México and Spain. He also performs musical improvisation.
Photo: Emiliano Esquenazi
Lucrecia Ugena is a singer, composer and teacher born in Buenos Aires, Argentina (1983) . She is currently engaged in song writing, contemporary and electroacoustic music and improvisation. Lucrecia began her studies in music composition at Alberto Ginastera School of Music and continued them at the National University of Art (UNA) .
Photo: Pipy Lupindo
Christine Sun Kim uses the medium of sound through technology, performance, and drawing to investigate and rationalize her relationship with sound and spoken languages.
Photo: Matt Doscher
RPE Duo is collaboration between Matthew Postle and Radek Rudnicki, a live act that explores interaction between trumpet and live electronics. Electronic grooves combine hip- hop with techno/dub in an experimental manner. The trumpet interacts with electronics, aiming to contrast/duplicate the electronic timbre.
EMS welcomes Ben for a brief visit in August! His work in EMS will involve using the Buchla synthesiser to process recordings made of a custom made MIDI controlled pipe organ in York. The work will be release later this year as an EP entitled 'Organ Hits Volume 1.'
Ben Eyes is a composer working in the North of England. His work is typified by large, complex textures and sound collages using field recordings, heavily treated guitars, acoustic instruments and analogue synthesisers. His performances combine video, immersive surround sound, live musicians and electronics. He is interested in collaborative work in theatre, performance art and video. Ben has performed at festivals and concerts across Europe and the USA and released music on record labels Time Released Sound, Hippocamp, The Centrifuge and This Is Music. Ben has recently completed a Masters by Research in Music Technology at the University of York, around the thesis ‘Multimodal Performance Approaches in Electronic music'.