MusicWorkshop Sat 10 Nov 20:00

Lucian Ban and Mat Maneri workshop + CD Release and Joe Talia Solo

time schedule

  • 13:00 Workshop
  • 19:30 Doors
  • 20:00 Joe Talia solo
  • 20:45 Lucian Ban and Mat Maneri 'Transylvanian Concert'

Tickets

Workshop : 10 euro (students Antwerp/Brussels Concervatory free entrance at the concert when participated at the workshop. Please inscribe)

Concert : 12 euro

Workshop

Workshop on microtonality, chamber music & improvisation

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Joe Talia solo

Joe Talia : Electronics

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Joe Talia is an Australian drummer, composer and record producer/engineer. He first established his reputation as a drummer in contemporary jazz and improvised music fields in which he is now active as a member of the ARIA award winning Andrea Keller Quartet and in numerous collaborative projects, including a long-term duo with Oren Ambarchi. In the last few years a great deal of his work as a drummer has taken place alongside outsider singer-songwriters (such as Ned Collette, Yuko Kono and Francis Plagne), in groups which synthesize his adventurous, exploratory drumming with the demands of song form. His longstanding musical partnership with Ned Collette has resulted in four records, on which Talia acts as both drummer and producer/engineer, most recently Networking in Purgatory (Bronze Rat 2013). 

Talia also works in the realm of electro-acoustic composition and performance, working with reel-to-reel tape machines and other analogue devices. Following the release of his musique concrete suite in/exterior in 2006, he established a duo with composer James Rushford. Although the duo’s working methods and sound sources have changed radically between releases (and even performances), all of their work breathes the same peculiar air of lingering obsession and decayed virtuosity. Having worked with extended instrumental timbres and rapid-fire electro-acoustic techniques on previous releases, their most recent LP Manhunter (Kye 2013) develops a unique palette of submerged synthesizers, expiring drum machines and domestic detritus.

In addition to the collaborations above he has performed with Jim O'Rourke, Keiji Haino, Oren Ambarchi, Toshimaru Nakamura, Akira Sakata, Marco Fusinato, Tetuzi Akiyama, Richard Pinhas, John Duncan, Koichi Makigami, Eiko Ishibashi,Thembi Soddell, Anthea Caddy, Sean Baxter, Robbie Avenaim, David Shea, Rand and Holland, The Australian Art Orchestra among others.

As a studio engineer, producer and mixer he has worked on records for Oren Ambarchi, Stephen O’Malley, Keiji Haino, Jim O’Rourke, Fire! and many others. 

CD release 'Transylvanian Concert' (ECM)

Lucian Ban: Piano

Mat Maneri: Viola

Transylvanian born, NYC based pianist Lucian Ban and American violist and Grammy nominee Mat Maneri will be touring Europe in Fall  2018 presenting material from their award winning  ECM records release “Transylvanian Concert” and premiering new music for a follow up album: Paul Motian & Sun Ra pieces, re-imagined Transylvanian folk songs, blues & ballads  re-constructed pieces by famed XX composer George Enesco, original compositions and more.

When Romanian-born pianist Lucian Ban and Grammy-nominated violinist Mat Maneri joined up for a concert in an opera house in Targu Mures in the middle of Romania’s Transylvania region, the music was, as Jazz Times puts it, “as close as it gets to Goth jazz.” Released in 2013 by ECM Records, the Transylvanian Concert album features a program of self-penned ballads, blues, hymns and abstract improvisations, the whole informed by the twin traditions of jazz and European chamber music, and album has won critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic, including several Best Album of 2013 awards, and has spawned continuous touring.  

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