- Aleja Armii Ludowej 14; 00-637 Warszawa
We wrześniu, na jedynym w Polsce koncercie, w Pardon, To Tu wystąpi pochodzący z Los Angeles zespól, przedstawiający nurt muzyki eksperymentalnej, ambientowej, minimalistycznej, dronowej, oparty na muzyce mikrotonalnej. Usłyszymy kompozycje i improwizacje z wydanego w 2018 r. w nowojorskiej wytworni Rvng Intl. albumu pod tytułem “Nue”. Bardzo się cieszymy, że pierwszy raz wystąpi u nas kompozytor, muzyk, performer Tashi Wada, wraz z Julią Holter i perkusistą Corey Fogel. Zapraszamy bardzo serdecznie!
➳ Środa, 11.09.2019 – g. 20:45
➳ Bilety: 49 PLN (przedsprzedaż) i 59 PLN (w dniu koncertu)
➳ Adres: Aleja Armii Ludowej 14; 00-637 Warszawa
Tashi Wada – Syntezatory, Dudy
Julia Holter – Syntezatory, Wokal
Corey Fogel – Perkusja
Bilety są dostępne za pośrednictwem naszej strony internetowej www.pardontotu.pl, strony Going. oraz w “Pardon, To Tu” przy barze (bilety kolekcjonerskie). Bilety można także nabyć w dniu koncertu (od godziny 19:00) ‘na bramce’, o ile nie zostaną wcześniej wyprzedane.
➳ Liczba miejsc siedzących jest ograniczona
Prosimy osoby, które są zainteresowane miejscem siedzącym o odpowiednio wcześniejsze dotarcie na koncert (od 19:00).
Tashi Wada Group
Los Angeles-based composer Tashi Wada presents his new group featuring Julia Holter and percussionist Corey Fogel performing music from Wada’s new album “Nue” out this fall on Brooklyn-based label RVNG Intl.
In Japanese, ‘nue’ is a mythological chimera with the face of a monkey, the legs of a tiger, and the tail of a snake. In French, nue means naked—stripped of complexity, bare and exposed, but also raw and essential. This duality underlies “Nue.” Released as part of RVNG Intl’s FRKWYS series of intergenerational projects, this collaboration ranges from minimalist bagpipes to otherworldly vocals, creating, in Wada’s words, “a vision, an endless night of dreams, and a personal history of sorts, full of joys and demons.”
From the doubling of tones—and the world of harmonic nuances such an action produces—to the rich interplay between individual musicians, all baring their own personalities and experiences through shared performance, Wada’s compositions allow space for these elements to join and grow. The multipartite creature that is an ensemble melds in the simplicity and purity of the music itself.
is a Los Angeles-based composer and performer whose works explore harmonic overtones, resonance, and dissonance through precise tuning and gradual change in pitch. Grounded in a belief that “music should be as direct as possible,” his compositions use apparently simple structures to generate rich and unanticipated perceptual effects.
Working in relation to American experimental music, microtonal music, and so-called drone music, Wada’s practice is also informed by interdisciplinary performance and Fluxus-afﬁliated artists. He studied composition at CalArts with James Tenney, and has presented his work throughout the United States and Europe often in collaboration with other artists including Charles Curtis, Julia Holter, and his father, composer Yoshi Wada.
Wada’s music has been released by Yik Yak, De Stijl Records, and via his own imprint Saltern, which he runs from Los Angeles. His most recent album “Nue,” is due out this fall on Brooklyn-based label RVNG Intl.
is a composer, performer, and recording artist based in Los Angeles. Her interest in the mysteries of sonic atmosphere has compelled her to record in various settings—in her home, outside with a field recorder, and in professional studios—as well as to perform live, often with a focus on the voice. She studied music composition at CalArts and University of Michigan and has performed at venues and festivals around the world.
is a drummer and artist currently living in Los Angeles, CA. His practice is based in momentary encounters, often involving the intersection of sounds, objects, textiles, foods and frequently include collaboration with other musicians and artists. Fogel engages the viewer to considering sound as a medium on par with paint and cellulose, a constant in our daily lives. Through his work he challenges us to consider the contexts in which we create, store and understand sound.