ICTUS INVITES #6: Orazbayeva | Just & Helbich | Lindwall

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A series of concerts
produced by Ictus
in its temporary headquarters
at the Wild Gallery, Brussels
About this series
    

PROGRAMME  

November 6, 2021, 20:00
     

I. Aisha Orazbayeva

Violin
Angharad Davies: Circular Bowing Study
Virgiliano: Ricercata
Jack Sheen: TV continuity solos
Aisha Orazbayeva: Ring
   

2. Travis Just and David Helbich

In duet: synths and sax
   

3. Hampus Lindwall

In solo: TB-303 etc.
    

ADDRESS

The Wild Gallery
Gerijstraat, 11 — 11, Rue du Charroi
1190 Brussels
Tram stop (32, 82, 97): WIELS
Bus stop (49, 50): GERIJ/CHARROI
   

TICKETS

10 euros, cash or Payconiq
Reservation (not obligatory but recommended) by email with your name, phone number and address.


   
Kazakh violinist Aisha Orazbayeva is renowned for her fearless interpretations of contemporary music and radical approach to old repertoire. She recently joined Ictus in new work by choreographer Etienne Guilloteau and in an Ictus String Quartet project with music by Jürg Frey and Hampus Lindwall. Today we are proud to present her with a short solo set including works by Angharad Davies, Jack Sheen, early Baroque music by Aurelio Virgiliano and Orazbayeva’s own work.

SOME TASTE ON YOUTUBE #1
SOME TASTE ON YOUTUBE #2
    

   
Travis Just and David Helbich join forces and tastes in this newly formed duo for some dense improvisations of distorted and looped saxophones overlaid with textures of sample and analog synths manipulations. Travis Just is a composer and improviser. His music often uses text, objects, and gesture in addition to instruments, voice, and electronics. He is co-director of the performance group Object Collection and lives in New York City.
David Helbich (Brussels) is a composer who has strayed into performance art, visual and conceptual art and also photography.
Most of his work seeks intro- and interactive situations and relationships with the audience. In this duo he plays his modular BugBrand system.

SOME TASTE ON YOUTUBE
   

   
The Brussels based organist and composer Hampus Lindwall laid his hands on a pair of vintage Roland Bass Synthesizers (the so-called TB-303).
“Not the sort of thing you’d expect from someone who usually performs in churches. He certainly knows his way around the machine, twisting its envelopes into gurning misshapes ranging from focussed low end modulations to screaming, throaty assaults and wobbly asides with a smart balance of daftness and expressive intuition.” (source: Boomkat)

SOME TASTE ON YOUTUBE

Agenda for this project

November 2021
  • Date Show Location
  • Sat 06.11 ICTUS INVITES #6: Orazbayeva | Just & Helbich | Lindwall Ictus Studios (Wild Gallery) - Brussels - Belgium

    ICTUS INVITES #6: Orazbayeva | Just & Helbich | Lindwall

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