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ON Podcast #78 | »Things We Do 2« with Sophia Bauer (and Raphael Kariuki)

Photos: Sam Hopkins (top), Brenda Alamilla (bottom) In the next two episodes Sophia Bauer is going to introduce you to two artists she is currently… Read More

Sophia Bauer »Things We Do 1« (with Hye Young Sin)

Photos: Sam Hopkins (top), Hye Young Sin (bottom) In the next two episodes Sophia Bauer is going to introduce you to two artists she is… Read More

Mik Quantius »Improplausch 2« (with Lori Goldston)

Foto: Finkelbert Second episode of Mik Quantius’ Improplausch series. This time as a guest in Mik’s kitchen: the American cellist Lori Goldston. The first 24… Read More

Mik Quantius »Improplausch 1« (with Jens Pollheide)

Photos: Patrick Essex (top), bottom via World Music Evolution Mik Quantius likes to sing without words. “I always like to sing free. There’s too much… Read More

Dietmar Saxler: »Artists Talk In Ambient (with Waltraud Blischke & Tasos Stamou)«

Photos: Vincent Stange (top), Waltraud Blischke (bottom) The 2nd podcast by Dietmar Saxler entitled “Artists Talk In Ambient” is an artist talk with Tasos Stamou… Read More

Dietmar Saxler »Ambient zwischen elektronischer Musik und zeitgenössischer Klassik« (with Joseph Baader & Vincent Stange)

Photos: Vincent Stange (top), Sebastian Fecke (bottom left), Lambert Windges (bottom right) The podcast was recorded in the church Neu St. Alban. The interview between… Read More

Shuoxin Tan »Articulated Network (with Ensemble [ _ _ _ ])«

Another walk and talk hosted by Shuoxin Tan, one of the members from collaborative algorithmic network-music ensemble [ _ _ _ ]. Read More

Damian T. Dziwis »Es gibt kein Richtiges […] im Falschen«

Machine Autonomy in Music. How does artificial intelligence change our understanding of creativity and its results? Damian T. Dziwis meets Christian Faubel and Christian Banasik. Read More

Bettina Wenzel »foreign oxygen«

Foreign guest artists are catalysts, refreshing oxygen for the German cultural scene. Bettina Wenzel invites to travellers to her podcast episodes. Read More

Mazyar Kashian »Considerations On Form«

Mazyar Kashian, who is composing in music, reflects with Friedrich Jaecker, himself a composer and author, on a fundamental topic in music: In two movements they talk about form. Read More