live @ re​​:​​flexions sound​​-​​art festival

by Eric Leonardson & Anja Kreysing & Donatella Bartolomei

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live @ abraxas, Augsburg, 20.07.18
thanks to Gerald Fiebig & Kulturamt Augsburg
photography by Dan Penschuck (feindesign.de)
recording, mastering and design by EMERGE

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re:flexions / sound-art festival 2019
19.07.19 D-Augsburg: abraxas
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ERIC LEONARDSON (Chicago)
Teaching artist, instrument inventor, acoustic ecologist, Executive Director of the World Listening Project, founder of Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology, President of the World Forum for Acoustic Ecology, and Adjunct Associate Professor in Dept. of Sound at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago: Leonardson performs internationally engaging new audiences actively in art, science, and environment through creative collaborations, research, and technology. As a performer, composer, and sound designer, Leonardson created sound with the Chicago based physical theater company Plasticene (1995-2012). He performs internationally with the Springboard, a self-built instrument made in 1994 from re-cycled and readily available materials. Leonardson leads soundwalks and presentations on acoustic ecology, engaging and collaborating with artists, scientists, and a diverse, multi-generational public in sensing and design of acoustic environments. He co-edited Ways of Listening, Figures of Thought: A Festschrift for R. Murray Schafer On the Occasion of His 80th Birthday (2013) with Sabine Breitsameter and co-authored an article on Chicago radio art with Lou Mallozzi. His recent writings appear in The Journal of Radio and Audio Media, The Journal of Urban Cultural Studies, and The Conrad Grebel Review, and Leonardo Music Journal.
vimeo.com/71916777
emerge.bandcamp.com/album/vendlam
soundcloud.com/eleon

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ANJA KREYSING (Münster)
Akkordeonistin und Klangkünstlerin. 
Certified Deep Listening® practitioner nach Pauline Oliveros. 
Live-soundtracks für Film und Performance, elektroakustische environments, improvisierte Musik mit Akkordeon und Elektronik. Musette, Balkan-Gypsie, experimental / noise und (dark)Ambient sind ihre Wurzeln - eine mélange aus folklore imaginaire im Sinne Béla Bartóks und zeitgenössischer (elektronischer) Musik. 
Neben vielfältigen Kollaborationen im Bereich Musikperformance und improvisierter Musik gehören u.a. das kwr5-Kollektiv, die Zusammenarbeit mit der Querflötistin Ulrike Lentz und „this honourable fish" zu ihren Projekten. Gemeinsam mit dem Posaunisten Helmut Buntjer kuratiert sie die Filmkonzertreihe für historische Filmkunst, Videokunst und zeitgenössische Musik „Schwarz-weiss ist die bessere Farbe“.
anjakreysing.de/wp/showcase/
soundcloud.com/anjakreysing

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DONATELLA BARTOLOMEI (Firenze - voice)
Donatella Bartolomei was born in 1972 in Florence, Italy. She currently lives in Milan. Donatella is a singer, actress and she teaches both singing and acting. She loves to describe herself as a “creator of worlds”, because her current artistic production explores voice and theatre experimentation, mixing music and art with spiritual and symbolic contents in an ongoing research for personal evolution. She is the director of her own “Dea Luna” piece, a fantastic voyage where she plays with masks, voices and sounds. As a teacher, she creates peculiar courses where her students work on the evolution of their own persona through vocal and theatrical training. Donatella is also a long-time jazz singer.
Her new CD "Sacra Dea" is produced in Germany by Atemwerft (July 2016).

atemwerft.bandcamp.com/album/donatella-bartolomei-sacra-dea
soundcloud.com/vocesacra
www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrhcrTSM1jI
www.facebook.com/vocesacradealuna/

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