Tunnel Ensemble (Marc Vilanova and Peter Breitenbach) "Tunnel Ensemble"


Tunnel Ensemble (Marc Vilanova and Peter Breitenbach) "Tunnel Ensemble"

- TEF Vol.10 Performance [Open Call Program]




TitleTunnel Ensemble (Marc Vilanova and Peter Breitenbach) "Tunnel Ensemble"
- TEF Vol.10 Performance [Open Call Program]
Admission1,500 yen
OrganizeTokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site
VenuRyogoku Monten Hall
ArtistMarc Vilanova, Peter Breitenbach

Performance consists of four pieces, "Göng", "Rami", "Eefin" and "Mina", each means 'tunnel' in different languages. By the new sound of the saxophone and electronics, Tunnel Ensemble leads audience to a journey for exploring those tunnels.

1 Göng: All sounds from the saxophone use very different extended techniques, and are lively processed and played with electronic controller.
2 Rami: Duo piece where both musicians try to find the best atmospheres with a musical coherence.
3 Eefin: For solo saxophone with feedback. Saxophonist modules it's feedback by fingering.
4 Mina: Duo piece which requires a strong connection between players both sonically and physically.

Ticket Information

Tickets are available at the door (Limited number only).
Please visit reception desk at 18:30.

Date: December 23 (Wed. / National Holiday), 2015 Finished
Start: 19:00 (Doors Open: 18:30)
*Duration 40 mins
Venue: Ryogoku Monten Hall
Ticket: 1,500 yen


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Tunnel Ensemble was founded in 2013 at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki (FI). The saxophonist Marc Vilanova and the electronic musician Peter Breitenbach are trying to open up new sound spaces and new relations between the saxophone and electronics. They are exploring in their compositions the diversity of saxophone sounds also from the perspective and with the possibilities of electronic music. In November 2014 they won the "International Competition of Sound Art Performance" in the category "International" in Zaragoza (ES).

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