Electronic Noise Music in 3 Sets

Electronic Noise Music in 3 Sets

In reverse order:

The third set will be a performance of tiefgrund4 which lasts 30 minutes. The second set will be less pulse oriented and work with pre-recorded sounds in juxtaposition of seemingly similar equivalents from digital source. I will start the show with a performance of a text that I wrote in 2010, called ABC with a commentary, written according to the structural layout of the original. I will read both the original and the commentary as a lecture performance with music.”

Martin Hiendl

Martin Hiendl was born and raised in the Bavarian Forest in the south-east of Germany. His music involves both instrumental and electronic sources and examines ecstasy, large-scale processes and experimental notation. Hiendl’s music has been played in Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, at the ZKM Karlsruhe, the Hammer Museum Los Angeles and in San Diego. In Frankfurt he studied piano, conducting and composition with Beat Furrer, among others. He completed his studies at the University of California San Diego with Roger Reynolds.

In 2010 Beat Furrer conducted the premiere of his short opera »Erwartung und Traumverlust«. Together with video artist Monica Duncan he has been selected to be part of the ICElab program 2013. As a pianist he played and recorded Feldman’s »For Philip Guston« with Rachel Beetz and Dustin Donahue and he conducted Fausto Romitelli’s video opera »An Index of Metals«.



This performance is part of the reSource 003: P2P Vorspiel presented by transmediale 2013 and CTM.13  Apartment Project Berlin* is pleased to announce a performance by composer Martin Hiendl.