Der Bloede Dritte Mittwoch #125

Unconventional melodies

15.02.2023, 19:00


live stream: echoraeume

*** Deconstructed piano stories // Anaïs Tuerlinckx [konzert]

*** Blind Date // Yedda Chunyu Lin & Johanna Nielson [Performance]

*** Chernyshkov – Hautzinger – Poleukhina – Kern // [konzert]

*** Deconstructed piano stories // Anaïs Tuerlinckx [konzert]

Photo credits : Laurent Orseau

Anaïs Tuerlinckx performs on her self-taught string box, a kind of disembodied piano extended with objects.  In her set, she explores textures, noises and frictions to rethink herstory with the instrument.

*** Blind Date // Yedda Chunyu Lin & Johanna Nielson [Performance]

Blind_Date: Yedda Chunyu Lin & Johanna Nielson

Foto: Christine Miess, Iztok

once in a while DerblödeDritteMittwoch invites artists to blind date live on stage: Yedda Chunyu Lin & Johanna Nielson

Johanna Nielson is a performer, choreographer, and educator who lives and works in Vienna. Her practice involves dance, voice and improvisation with a focus on phenomena of the sensual and sense-able.

Yedda Chunyu Lin, Pianistin, Komponistin und Klavierpadagogin, ist in Taiwan geboren und lebt in Wien.

*** Chernyshkov – Hautzinger – Poleukhina – Kern // [konzert]

Chernyshkov - Hautzinger - Poleukhina - Kern

Foto credits: Johannes Simon, Eckhart Derschmidt, Svetlana Selezneva, Katarzyna Chmura-Cegiełkowska

One of these windy Viennese evenings saw 4 musicians unite to plug cables, crave utopia, surf waves and produce surprise.

Alexander Chernyshkov plays with extended objects and electro-magnetic switches, connecting them to his voice.

Didi Kern transfigures every time structure with his direct and full drum beats, yet having a range and timbre versatility of an orchestral percussion.

The sound universe of Marina Poleukhina begins expressing itself on that fragile borderline between the physicality of an apparently common object, its inner gesture and the virtuosic resurrection of its forgotten sound.

Franz Hautzinger systematically transforms his micro-tonal trumpet into a modern orchestra. Mastering the subtle art of the breath-to-sound transmutation and its micro-amplification, he is able to create wholesome new syntax of noise and frequencies, with an infinite sound palette, that, in fact, needs no introduction.