Angélica Castelló / Lucio Capece

Samstag, 11 Juni, 2011 - 21:00

Angélica Castelló / Lucio Capece

11 Jun 2011 - 23:00


 110611 : Angélica Castelló / Lucio Capece


Angélica Castelló

1972 Mexico City. Studierte in Mexico, Montreal, Amsterdam und Wien
Seit 1999 in Wien ansässig, wo sie unterrichtet, die konzertreihe "neue musik in st ruprecht" gegründet hat und organisiert und als freischaffende musikerin und komponistin tätig ist.
mitgründung der ensembles low frequency orchestra, subschrubs, frufru (mit Maja Osojnik), cilantro (mit Billy Roisz), chesterfield (mit Burkhard Stangl). Mit diesen ensembles und mit anderen musikerinnen wie Christian Fennesz, Olga Neuwirth, Wolfgang Mitterer, Martin Siewert,  Eva Reiter, John Butcher, dieb13, Stefano de Santis aka urkuma,  u.v a. trat sie in Europa und Amerika auf.
Zahlreiche komponistinen arbeiteten mit angélica castelló oder widmeten ihr neue werke.
Sie komponierte für ihr instrument, für ensembles, für theather und tanz.
Sie spielte bzw. ihre musik wurde gespielt bei renommierten festivals wie den klangspuren, Musikprotokoll, Music Unlimited, Ulrichsberger Kaleidophon, Kontraste, Osterfestival, lmc Festival (London), Taktlos (Bern), Grabenfesttage wien, Numusic Festival (Norwegen), Trigonale, interpenetration (Graz), Radar (MX), u.a.
Releases auf ein_klang records, chmafu nocords, mandorla, zuletzt: bestiario auf mosz records 2011 (solo-debut)


Lucio Capece
Musician born in Argentina based in Berlin since 2004. He plays bass clarinet, soprano saxophone, and Sruti Box.
He works time in the research of constructing no narrative music (no start - no ending - no developments), and perception working sound in its most granular characteristics and its extremes.
In terms of instrumental playing Capece uses his own extensions and preparations. He prepares his saxophone with everyday objects (ping pong balls, water, different kinds of paper, tubes, pieces of metal, plastic bottles, bows etc.) as well as a raw feedback set where the saxophone is amplified and combined with mixers.
In the Bass Clarinet he uses mainly self created specific extended techniques, as well as a set of cardboard tubes,bows and different kind of vibrating surfaces. His instruments are somehow "corrupted" by everyday objects, found objects. The idea is not only to create interesting sounds with them but to research in the creative possibilities that everyday life provides. To consider the spaces where we live as main performers of the music.
Capece directed in 2007 a sound-Lights-acusmatic project at the Bauhaus Archive in Berlin, performing with the "Light-Space Modulator", the legendary kinetic sculpture built by László Moholy-Nagy in 1922-1930.
Capece shares projects with Mika Vainio, Radu Malfatti, Toshimaru Nakamura, Axel Dorner, Kevin Drumm, Robin Hayward, Rhodri Davies, Burkhard Beins, Vladislav Delay, Lorenzo Brusci, Mattin, Julia Eckhardt, Sergio Merce, Morten Olsen and Christian Kesten, releasing CDs with several of them.
He played and shared several projects with Keith Rowe, Taku Sugimoto, Giuseppe Ielasi, Annette Krebs, Andrea Neumann, Franz Hautzinger, Domenico Sciajno, Gabriel Paiuk, Yannis Kyriakides and Sean Meehan among others, and was part of projects, as a performer, with Phill Niblock, Christian Wolff and Pauline Oliveros, with the Q-O2 Ensemble.











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