SOUND DISSOBEDIENCE - music risk-taking tested

November 5. - 8. 2015, Ljubljana - Španski borci, MSUM

THURSDAY, 5.11.2015

14:00 - 17:00 Seijiro Murayama (JAP) - music workshop

18:00 Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec: Reading Stanley Brouwn - MSUM* - MSUM link

20:00 Dirty Ear forum**

21:00 Jasna Veličković (SRB/NL) - Velicon***, a self-made instrument consisting of permanent magnets and handheld inductors

22:00 BOMB feat. Lotte Anker (SWE, DEN)

Lotte Anker - saxophones

Ola Paulson - saxophones

Anders Linsjö - electric bass, acoustic guitar

Anders Uddeskog - drums, percussion


FRIDAY, 6.11.2015

14:00 - 17:00 Seijiro Murayama (JAP) - music workshop

20:00 Dirty Ear forum**

21:00 Sylvia Bruckner (AUT) - piano

22:00 Gratkowski / Tramontana (D, IT)

Frank Gratkowski - saxophones, clarinets

Sebi Tramontana - trombone


SATURDAY, 7.11.2015

14:00 - 17:00 Seijiro Murayama (JAP) - music workshop

18:00 concert (workshop participants)

20:00 Dirty Ear forum**

21:00 Seijiro Murayama (JAP) - percussion, voice

22:00 Gross / Dörner (FRA, D)

Jean Philippe Gross - synthesizers

Axel Dörner - trumpet


SUNDAY, 8.11.2015

20:00 Irena Tomažin (SLO): Body of the Voice - performance


*MSUM - Museum of Contemporay Art, Meistrova 3 (Coproducers: Norwegian Artistic Research Programme

in Academy for art and design, Bergen(KHiB), Zavod SPLOH, Projekt Atol).

**The Dirty Ear forum is an experimental platform for sonic research.

Participants: Brandon LaBelle, Annette le Fort, Israel Martínez, Irena Tomažin, Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec.

***Velicon, a self-made instrument consisting of permanent magnets and handheld inductors.

Velicon drags us into the magnetic field scape, using handheld inductors to bring this silent phenomenon into the audible spectrum.

Sound Disobedience creates an ambiance for practicing improvisation and for developing one’s potential for improvisation.

Improvised music needs to be performed regularly. At festivals, concerts, in private, in groups, solo and especially in new

situations, as one's musical experience and expectations are being put to the test.

Sound Disobedience is a space for exchange, where by way of concerts, workshops, lectures, and other forms, different

border-line musical practices can interact with each other.

Produced by Zavod Sploh in cooperation with Španski borci.