• 30.04.2017 19:30—22:30

10eur sur place le soir même

A timeless encounter around Jean-Luc Fafchamps and Christophe Guiraud’s pieces for the alto, piano and electronic instruments interpreted by Stephane Ginsburgh and Vincent Royer and where the two composers play with acoustic instruments by merging them with their electronic counterparts.

Jean-Luc Fafchamps blends “pop” electronic and alto violin in Street Music, designed to be played in the open air. In the meditative Beth/Veth, he combines the piano, percussions and “gentle” electronics that seemingly emerge from the heart of the instrument. In his new piece, Apicale solo, Christophe Guiraud pursues the path of Ars subtilior and adds to the piano voices, ghostly resonances, samples and loops directly produced in the instrument.

** Street Music (2009) for plugged viola - Jean-Luc Fafchamps

** Beth/Veth (2012) for piano, metallic percussion and electronic installation - Jean-Luc Fafchamps 

** Apicale solo (2016) for piano, electronic keyboard and transducers (création) - Christophe Guiraud     

Piano :
Stephane Ginsburgh
Violon alto :
Vincent Royer
Remerciements :
à l’Ensemble Ictus
Support :
With the support of the Federation Wallonia Brussels and the city of Brussels
Production :
Sonar dans le cadre du festival des « Nuits du Beau Tas »