Friday 21st march at Salon Bruit

Christian Pincock (NY/Berlin) integrates technology, physicality, and disparate musical concepts into his work using a computer-based instrument he built using MAX/MSP. For this performance, Christian will be performing a new composition involving live manipulation and processing of pre-recorded improvisations on everyday objects combined with field recordings.
Currently in Berlin until April 2008, he has lived in Boston and New York City where he has worked with performing artists of all disciplines in a broad range of situations.

Jason Robinson (North America) and Ostear (Ireland/Berlin)
Jason Robinson is a California-based saxophonist, composer, and scholar. He has performed and presented his work in Europe, Canada, Mexico, and throughout the United States at prominent venues and festivals. Robinson currently leads the Jason Robinson Quartet and is a member of several collaborative groups, including Cosmologic and the Cross Border Trio.
Ostear is Keith O Brien and Roy Carroll unfurling a particularly opulent carpet of sonological excitement for Jason and themselves to frolic on giddily.

Lise-Lotte Norelius (Sweden) is a composer and performer of composed or improvised music, for various objects, percussion and live-electronics. Her music is about motion and emotion, by exploring the energy of sound, rhythmic structures and layers.The preference for rhythmic patterns and sound, derives from all the years with traditional African music and the work with sampled sounds and drums. She collaborates a lot with other musicians, dancers/choreographers and intermedia artists, but performs also as solo-artist. For this night she will perform a sad (hopefully) song, together with a babusjka from Ukraine.

Salon Bruit
Friday 21.03.08 at 22.00 in Kastanienallee 77, Berlin-Mitte
U2 Eberswalderstrasse or Rosenthaler Platz, Tram Schwedterstrasse