22 April 2022 at 19h, Paris
In the framework of the Baroque nocturnals, the Arts et Métiers Museum proposes the program Early music/Present music, organized under the coordination of Jean-Christophe Revel.
Throughout history, humans have been constantly inventing and pushing the imposed limits in the field of musical creation. From the invention of polyphony imagined inside the cathedrals to the arrival of new technologies, the musician of the 21st century finds themself confronted to immense fields of practice and reflection that open to them and that they can explore at will.
8 October 2021, Gland - Switzerland
Augmented flute concert with Sampo by Alicja Lizer-Molitorys.
The works of the program explore the sound possibilities of the flute thanks to digital processing.
The concert is held during the La Côte Flûte Festival and follows the workshop Sampo - the augmented flute, during which participants will be able to discover the Sampo, work with the performer and study extracts of the works.
1 December 2020 at 20h
Soloists of great talent, Sara Chenal (violin) and Antoine Morinière (guitar) will present to us a surprising sound universe through four contemporary pieces. The program explores the dialogue between acoustic instruments and electronic sounds thanks to the Sampo, an innovative instrument that expands the possibilities of classical instruments.
This concert will also be the culmination of the work of the winner composers of the 2020 Sampo Composition Contest, Umut Eldem (Turkey / Belgium) and Philippe Hattat (France).
4 - 8 November 2020, Mexico
Rebroadcasting of the works for clarinet and Sampo by composer Luisa Maria Alvarez Armesto.
The works written in the framework of the 2016 Sampo Composition Contest and premiered during the 2017 Art & Science Days by clarinetist Ivan Solano will be rebroadcast during the 8th edition of the Mexican festival Nuntempa, Festival of works of 20th and 21st centuries organised by the University of Veracruzana.
Katowice - Poland, 11 June 2019
Concert with three flutes and Sampo, by Alicja Lizer-Molitorys.
At the end of the Artex Katowice project and Alicja Lizer-Molitorys's residency in Saint-Etienne, came up the idea of reproducing a part of the Art & Science Days festival programme at the Karola Szymanowski Music Academy in Katowice in the spirit of reciprocity.
The concert will be preceded by a mini-conference by Alexander Mihalic, presenting the Sampo and the Musinfo association.
In addition, the program will include a selection of works from the 2019 call for works.
La Cité des Congrès de Nantes – 5 October 2018
Concert by the students of the conservatories of Saint-Nazaire, Nantes and Angers in the framework of Kaija Saariaho's residency with the Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire. Premieres of works written for Sampo during the RéDi-Musix project.
Salle Vasse, Nantes - 12 February 2018
A classical concert by Sara Chenal (violin) and Jean-Pierre Ferey (piano), performing "Female violin". Then, the world premiere of composer Pascale Jakubowski's Migration de la Belle Dame. The piece will be performed by Sara Chenal (Violin and Sampo).
Nantes - 20 September 2017
The extraordinary tool called Sampo combines acoustic and electroacoustic music. The Sampo will be presented in an original manner by students of the Conservatory of Nantes and its inventor, Alexander Miahlic, at the Nelson Mandela high school and at Trempolino, for students and young audience.
Stéréolux, Nantes - 10 June 2017
The Ensemble Utopik occupies Stereolux for the second time and invites Argeninian composer Arturo Gervasoni, who himself will pay a tribute to J.-S. Bach. An encounter between baroque and contemporary music, between past and future.
Aveiro, Portugal - 16-19 September 2015
For the opening concert of EAW 2015, CIME / INET-md and Arte no Tempo propose a diversified mixed music program, with the participation of three performers based in Portugal and with an intense international career.
Planetarium of Saint-Étienne – 24 September 2014
The “men of knowledge” use the auditory to better understand and interpret the reality. Sound becomes a vehicle of information in its own right for our comprehension of the surrounding world. The collection of data in digital form and their treatment with dedicated software generate a new form of presentation: sonification.
Vienna, Austria - Tuesday June 10, 2014
Robert Rudolf, member of Opus Centrum ensemble is presenting his improvisations with the Pedalophone at the Porgy&Bess jazz and music club.
While the two capitals Vienna and Bratislava are distant by only around 60 kilometers, Slovak music remains little known in Autria.
Bratislava, Slovakia - 7 May 2013
Featuring Robert Rudolf with his piece "Milky Way".
The programme of the concert QUO VADIS HOMINE ? is inspired by the technique used for the making of stained glass. It's composed of several parts, fragments of an entity whose sound outlines we distinguish in the dim light of the new concert hall of studio A4. This unique project of sonicART is broadcast live on Radio Devin, EBU and on iTV.