tempo al tempo 2016
The second edition of the improvised and experimental music festival Tempo al Tempo (time on time) will take place in Brussels, on 13-14-15 October 2016.
During the festival the invited artists will bring inside, on stage (IN), a choice of sounds and images gathered outside, in the city (OUT), in some location where we will intervene and vice versa. The concept is to continue our reflection on TIME starting from ourselves, from the city where we live and where we will welcome the artists and the audience for the festival.
The International Network
The musicians and performers that will participate to the festival Tempo al Tempo are coming from different urban, regional and national areas (Bruxelles - Belgium, Italy, France, Portugal, Austria, England/USA, USA/Russia). Most of the artists have already worked together in other projects and groups. These groups act as an international network dedicated to promoting improvisation in arts, culture and society.
Belgium - Collective INaudible + friends:
Guy Strale (piano, percussion, objects, video, conduction); Pat Lugo (visual, photo, installations, voice); Marco MAL Loprieno (saxes, clarinets, flutes, bird-calls, electronics); José Bedeur (cello); Dararat Chemnasiri (alto sax); Hilde Cuyvers (voice); Xavier Dellicour (bass clarinet, flute); Steve Gibbs (8 strings guitar); Richard Herzog (electric bass); Tom Malmendier (drums); Eric Mersch (guitar); Luc Mishalle (saxophones); Pat Riské (drums, installations); Johan Vandermaelen (electronics, sound art, installations).
Angelo Contini (trombone); Silvia Corda (piano, prepared piano, objects, conduction); Gianni Lenoci (piano, electronics, conduction); Sandra Giura Longo (flutes, voice); Gianni Mimmo (soprano sax, conduction); Adriano Orrù (bass, conduction).
Claude Colpaert (trombones); Jean-Marc Foussat (electronics); Philippe Lenglet (guitars, electronics); Rosa Parlato (flutes, electronics, voice).
Paulo Chagas (sax alto, flûte, hautbois); Fernando Simoes (trombone).
Vivien Corringham (electronics, field recording, voice).
Mia Zabelka (violin, conduction).
Misha Feigin (acoustic guitar, poetry)