Let’s play something! Collective games. Sonic games. Silence games. With gameplay rules. Playful game rules. Games without rules and games with rules that can be played with. Radio plays. Visual games. Game classics. Classical music games. Game music. Gamemasters. Game rounds. Playgrounds, us, them, everyone, together. Are you game?
game over is a series of explorative musical video game environments which can be either played live on stage by a performer or presented as interactive installations. In this performance, a clarinet player navigates an avatar through extensive complex 2D game worlds with the help of a motion sensor on his/her instrument. Since almost every … <a href="https://2021.atlatszohang.hu/en/event/the-adudiovisual-concert-interactive-installation-and-presentation-of-the-ressi-benes-duo/">Continued</a>
The October 16th concert will continue with this screening of the 261-minute, three-part director's cut of Narcissus and Psyché with film music by László Vidovszky and an introductory presentation by Marcell Dargay.
The Transparent Sound Festival and JazzaJ present: 19:00 Die Hochstapler (I/F/D) 20:00 Budapest Improvisers Orchestra The members of the Die Hochstapler German-French-Italian quartet have established a unique framework of improvisation and composition during their 10-year collaboration. Their performances are driven by a singular but complex set of rules that were elaborated through a long-drawn … <a href="https://2021.atlatszohang.hu/en/event/die-hochstapler-bio-open-form-2/">Continued</a>
Dates: 21-23 September. schedule: — 21 September: 13h-17h — 22 September: 12h-16h — 23 September: 16h-18h / performance from 17h Maximum number of participants: 15 people The workshop is free and requires registration. Application deadline: 15 September Application Form The workshop is in English (with Hungarian, German, French or Italian translation if needed). … <a href="https://2021.atlatszohang.hu/en/event/die-hochstapler-improvisation-workshop/">Continued</a>
God only knows where this will go… In the foreground we see a playground with a miniature train, an acoustic camera, and a hand sanitizer. In the middle there is a cage, in which something might be switched on and played with – if anyone chooses to build it. A separate battlefield for the frenzy. Self-reflective images of the space in the form of photograms.
During the 150 years from Franz to Alexander Schubert, the idea of singing has radically changed; Franz wrote songs for singers, and Alexader works with artificial intelligence to produce singing lines.
The text of Arnold Schoenberg’s 1912 classic, Pierrot lunaire, could have been penned by contemporary Hungarian poet Lajos Parti Nagy – and now at the request of the UMZE Ensemble, he has written just that.
The Budapest Improvisers Orchestra (BIO) was formed based on a similar collaborative network. The ensemble of nine, called together by the initiative of Ernő Zoltán Rubik and Péter Ajtai in 2016, performs open-form works and free improvisations.
Budapest Music Center, Institut français de Budapest, FUGA – Budapest Center of Architecture, Design without Borders, For a Concert Hall Foundation, Gryllus Kft., Három Holló, Pro Progressione, Trafó House of Contemporary Arts, Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music
Supporters and partners:
Ministry of Human Capacities Grant Management, Goethe Institute, Instituto Cervantes, Institut français de Budapest, National Cultural Fund
János Bali, András Csonka, Ádám Darázs,
Marcell Dargay, Gergely Fazekas, Judit Gaál,
Katalin György-Dóczy, Samu Gryllus, Balázs Horváth, Márton Illés, Orsolya Kaincz, András Kégl, Ernő Rubik, György Szabó, Judit Varga
Balázs Horváth, Marcell Dargay (curator),
Katalin György-Dóczy, Mirjam Pálfi, Enikő Nagy (communication),Adrienn Császár (graphic design), Orsolya Kaincz (website),György Naszáj, Balázs Mohai, Gábor Valuska (photo, stream)