H95 Raum für Kultur

ZU GAST FIM: DUO NTOVA/TANTANOZI OR HOMO SENSORIUM & ENSEMBLE KRAN

Forum für Improvisierte Musik + Tanz-Performance-Multimedia (FIM) Basel

Dienstag, 24. November 2020, 20.15h

H95 Raum für Kultur, Türöffnung 20.00h, Eintritt : Normal CHF 20, FIM-Mitglieder CHF 12, ermässigt (KulturLegi, Studenten, AHV, IV) CHF 15. | Reservation: eric.ruffing@sunrise.ch

DUO NTOVA/TANTANOZI OR HOMO SENSORIUM

Sonia Ntova (Kopenhagen/DK) – Tanz

Marina Tantanozi (Basel) – Querflöte, FX

A dancer and a musician meet in a certain space. A process to connect, to create a dialogue, to challenge each other. Movement becomes sound through the fluctuation of air. Sound transforms to a human body expanding in the room. The room feeds back this oscillation. The two performers investigate the sensory communicative language with an aim to challenge the perpective of the audience, while inviting them to be part of it, in the precarious of real time.


ENSEMBLE KRAN - BOULEZ MEETS BOWIE

Johannes Feuchter (Bern) – Klarinette, Leitung

Mara Probst (Bern) – Stimme, Bratsche, Leitung

Mathilde Bernard (Bern) – Harfe

Chloé Bieri (Bern) – Stimme

Yesid Fonseca (Bern) – Klarinette

Elliott Harrison (Basel) – Waterphone

Kalle Moberg (Bern) – Akkordeon

Stanislas Pili (Bern) – Perkussion

Marianna Angel Ramelli (Basel) – Klavier

Maria Fernanda Rodriguez (Bern) – Bassklarinette

Noel Schmidlin (Bern) – Violine

Tizia Zimmermann (Zürich) – Akkordeon

Shuyue Zhao (Bern) – Klarinette

“Boulez meets Bowie“ ist kein tribute-concert. Ensemble KRAN befragen in diesem Programm mit den Mitteln der freien und gebundenen Improvisation Formen von Persönlichkeit in der Musik, beleuchten das Feld zwischen einer gewollt abstrakten, objektiven, inellektuell kühlen und einer übersteigert subjektzentrierten, ständig changierenden, populär produzierten Klangwelt. Als Ausgangspunkt und Identifikationsfiguren dienen der Neue-Musik-Papst und das Pop-Chamäleon und das fingierte Aufeinandertreffen der beiden.

In einen interdisziplinären Musizier-Ansatz, der sich aus Praktiken des freien Spiels, der konzeptgebundenen Improvisation und des gemeinschaftlichen Komponierens speist, sollen Genregrenzen humorvoll aufgebrochen werden. Weiters wollen wir uns jeseits von Apologetik, Jubiläumsjahrtum und “neuen, nie veröffentlichten Aufnahmen“ kritisch damit auseinandersetzen, wie mit dem Erbe von Künstler*innen umgegangen werden könnte.

Biografien

Sonia Ntova

Sonia Ntova is a Greek performer, choreographer and teacher based in Zurich. She has graduated as a contemporary and classical dance teacher/ dancer from Superior Academy of Dance of the Municipality of Thessaloniki. Her background in ballet, acrobatics, contemporary and improvisation, gave her the perspective of combining elements in order to use movement as a communicative tool. Mind and body works as a unity. The mind informs the body and the body can inform the mind. Her movement interest is in the awareness of switching from one principle to the other. How can the mind achieve the guidance of the body? Her artistic interest is to use the body as a social-political, emotional transmitting tool. As a teacher, she teaches ballet principles to teenagers and as a contemporary dance teacher she collaborates as guest teacher with the Superior School of Dance of Thessaloniki and several other studios. As a dancer she has worked on various projects across Europe. She created and performed the piece “My first Tic Tac of all your seconds”, a colaboration with Eirini Sourgiadaki that was been awarded as one of the best creation for new Creators of the Onassis Cultural Center, Athens (coproduction Gessnerallee Zurich). Her last video Dance “Tricky Trigger”, a colaboration with George Gerasimidis and the Vasilis Avdelas which is featured at various cultural festivals. In November 2013 she creates “ialemos, when there is nothing else to mourn, you have to mourn yourself” a collaboration with the musicians Spuros Theodoridis and Marina Tantanozi (short piece platform 5MIN.20MAX. Tanzhaus Zurich). She collaborates also with the interdisciplinary company improDialogue, with an interest in improvisation in public spaces.

Tantanozi Marina

Marina Tantanozi is a flutist, improviser and teaching artist from Thessaloniki Greece, based in Basel Switzerland. She pulls from a wide range of musical traditions, from classical, contemporary and new music to jazz, free improvisation and traditional middle-eastern music, to compose her artistic identity. Her music is a sound world, where she extends the techniques and expressions of her flutes, combining voice and spoken text, microtonal textures and electronic processing. Her creative process focuses on the notions of communication and temporality. She has collaborated with composers, visual artists, directors and dancers in various interdisciplinary art projects all over Europe. She currently participates in Eve Risser’s White Desert Orchestra, and performs regularly in varying contexts with INSUB META Orchestra, Samuel Duhsler, Roberto Maqueda, Olga Marulanda, SFM trio, FRENESI, Ensemble Le Pli and Yumi Ito Orchestra among others. Marina holds a BA in Musicology and Music Pedagogy from the University of Macedonia in Thessaloniki, a MMus in Flute Performance from the Maastricht Conservatory and a Masters of Arts in Specialised Performance Improvisation from the Musik Akademie Basel, with Fred Frith and Alfred Zimmerlin. She is also a co-founder and curator of KlangBang, a series dedicated to improvisation and new music, based in Basel.

www.marinatantanozi.com

Ensemble KRAN

Ensemble KRAN wurde von Mara Probst und Johannes Feuchter gegründet. Die Mitglieder sind Studierende und Absolventen der Hochschule der Künste Bern (HKB) und Gäste. Wir beschäftigen uns mit freier Improvisation in grösserer Besetzung. Einer unserer Schwerpunkte liegt auf der Erforschung des Klänge, der dabei entstehen. Wir arbeiten auch mit conductions und Konzepten sowie Formen kollaborativen Komponierens und suchen die Zusammenarbeit mit Künstler*innen anderer Sparten.