Concerto - Carlos Zingaro | Mia Zabelka | Jean‐Marc Foussat
Carlos "Zingaro" Violinista, compositor, artista visual, com residências nas Universidade de Wroclaw (Polónia), Creative Music Foundation (New York), Civitella Ranieri Foundation (Itália/USA). Pioneiro em Portugal na utilização das novas tecnologias na composição e interacção em tempo real, assim como nas relações som / movimento e “composição imediata”. Presença nos mais importantes festivais mundiais de “novas músicas”. Colabroações e discografia com Fred Frith, Joêlle Lèandre, Richard Teitelbaum, Derek Bailey, Otomo Yoshihide, Evan Parker, entre outros. “Compositor de cena” para variados espectáculos de dança e teatro, assim como assina bandas sonoras para cinema. Vários prémios discográficos internacionais, com mais de 60 edições. Fundador de colectivos de música e performance. Diversas exposições individuais e colectivas ao longo de quase 50 anos de actividade.
Mia Zabelka, violinist and vocalist from Vienna, with czech, jewish and french familiar background. As an experimental musician and improviser she has developed an unique language based on the de-‐ and reconstrucBon of the violin’s sonic possibiliBes, expanding the instrument using live electronic devices and innovaBve performance techniques. She studied music and composiBon at the University of Music and Performing Arts and the Conservatory of Music in Vienna, creaBng a foundaBon on the basis of which she conBnues to construct and explore the limits of sound and music in a language enBrely her own. She had played in several fesBvals and venues in Europe, USA, Japan and Russia. She is the arBsBc director of Phonofemme FesBval Vienna and Klanghaus Untergreith in Southstyria.
Jean‐Marc Foussat born in 1955 in Oran, this is first with the guitar in the mid 70s I created several experimental groups as ephemeral to gradually prefer the synthesizer & the ruled paper, taking as much fun to traffic the tape in solitaire.En 81, I finish "Abattage", my first solo record that will ultimately published in March 83. Ten years later, thanks to "Marteau Rouge", I take the path the stage and the public with my analog synthesizer along with Makoto Sato on drums and Jean-François Pauvros on electric guitar. In 2005 I met Sylvain Guérineau, saxophonist, who was born "Aliquid" which gradually will lead me to play more regularly with many actors improvised music ...