SGR ^ CAV visit the Jazz House


Sound artist/composers Cristian Vogel and SØS Gunver Ryberg will be performing live on twin Kyma systems this Friday, May 1st, 2015 at Denmark’s premiere Jazz venue: The Jazz House. Cristian and SØS are bringing in their own quad system to augment the famous Jazzhusset in-house system to create a totally immersive environment.

Billed as 100% realtime Kyma 7 on Paca and Pacarana, the program features a longer version of NEST (which Vogel and Ryberg premiered at KISS2014 with singer, Theresa Szorek), this time with guest vocalist Sissel Vera Pettersen. The duo will also be performing Moved By Magnets, which features 16 Walkmans and prepared cassettes, all spatialised through Kyma.

The duo’s collaboration revolves around an exploration of the music emanating from an imaginary sound space called “The Sugar Cave”—an imagined multiverse that resonates with a unique amalgam of industrial noise, rhythmic electronics and diffuse soundscapes.

Friday May 1 at 22:00

Doors open at. 21.00

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Dick Robinson performing live in Atlanta

Electronic music pioneer, Dick Robinson, will be presenting a Concert of Electroacoustic Music April 26, 2015 from 2 to 4 PM at Sycamore Place Gallery, 120 Sycamore Place, Decatur, GA 30030 (Donation $10-20).

Robinson joined the Atlanta Symphony in the 1950s as a violinist but his first love has always been electronic sounds and live improvisation. A student of Bob Moog, Hugh LeCaine, Charles Dodge, Kurt Hebel, and Carla Scaletti and good friend of Pauline Oliveros, Robinson was the first US composer to get a Kyma system. Robinson has always been inspired by visual artists and physicists (quantum theorist David Finkelstein is a longtime friend and inspiration).

An unrepentant avant-gardist, Robinson has an infectious laugh and joie de vivre, saying of his music, “I’ve always improvised, and have collaborated since the ‘70s without the thought of anything more than having fun.” It’s a sense of fun that quickly spreads to the audience during his performances!

Electronic Milonga



It’s not every day you get an opportunity to dance to the music of composer Bruno Liberda. But when ensemble minimal tango, led by Diego Collatti, invited Liberda to enrich their milonga music with his electronic surges, Liberda realized it was an opportunity not to be missed.

Liberda will be putting microphones into pianos, bandoneons, violin, guitar, and double bass in order to create electronic Tango.  Come to dance (or even just to listen).

Sunday, April 12, 22 uhr, Public Theater / red bar