29.11.2019

DE | ENG

MAKROSCOPE MÜLHEIM

Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse 48, 45468 Mülheim an der Ruhr

Day 1 | 30. November 2019 | Makroscope | 8€
2-Day-Festivalpass | 29. & 30. November 2019 | 22€/erm.15€

With his self-made modular synthesizers Günter Schlienz creates meditative works characterized by happiness, melancholy, nature and room. www.guenterschlienz.de

The Sound of Camilla Sørensen and Greta Christensen is strongly influenced by turntable deconstruction and rearrangement of the vinyl media. That results in cinematic soundscapes as well a hi-fi disasters. www.vinylterrorandhorror.com

Andreas O. Hirsch plays the electroacoustic Carbophone he invented. Straightly rhythm driven tracks are followed by ambient oddities like the promenade of an octopus or a probably senile shipwrecked robot that emerges from a castle moat and starts speaking to you with a haunting voice. www.hirschonhirsch.com

Francesco Dillon und Riccardo Wanke mix composed and improvised with classical and electronical music. Using field recordings, Cello, Harmonium as well as Guitars they connect ephemeral serenity with an immediate feeling of crisis and loss. www.amuleto.in

Gefördert durch das Ministerium Kultur und Wissenschaft des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen und den Kulturbetrieb Mülheim an der Ruhr.