On Friday, October 28th, we welcome again long-term 4DSOUND collaborator Stimming to the Spatial Sound Institute in Budapest for a special live concert together with dutch cello player Maarten Vos.
Stimming’s charismatic productions are filled with a multitude of his own unique field recordings and rhythmic bricks, demonstrating a sophisticated yet accessible sound, rich in detail. Exploring his music spatially has been a road leading Stimming to the roots of playing music live, bringing electronic music performance back to being an entirely physical act in the here and now.
Stimming’s continuously evolving 4DSOUND show is entirely instrument-based, including the charismatic presence of the Moog Synth, Micro-Brute, OP-1, Nord Lead 02, an upright Piano and the custom designed Space Control 01 to move the sounds coming from his analog synthesizers and drum machines in space. All live and completely intuitive – moving the audiences mind and feet.
For this special occasion, Stimming invites Dutch cellist with Maarten Vos to play side by side. Maarten Vos is a classically trained cellist, who combines acoustic instruments with live electronics. Three years ago he made a musical switch. "At the conservatory, I played Bach and Brahms, on the computer at home I made electronics with software instruments." Vos was looking for a way to bring these two worlds together and graduated on the topic at the Masters Live Electronics studies at the Amsterdam Conservatory.
Advance ticket: 9 EUR+1EUR (booking fee) / 3200 HUF
Ticket at the door: 12 EUR / 3600 HUF
Tickets can be purchased here.