20:00 – 23:55
KoncertKirken proudly presents:
Herman Müntzing – electronics + miscellaneous
Qarin Wikström – electronics + misc.
Roberta Andreucci – electronics + misc.
Daniel Skoglund – graphite sequensers + misc.
Kristian Nihlén – light design
Björn Ross – visuals
HYPNO QLUB er en aften fyldt med soniske udtryk, bakket op af visuals og ekspressiv lys-design. Koncertkirkens smukke rammer benyttes til at skabe en hypnotisk atmosfær, hvor elektronisk og akustisk musik fylder rummet ud i 4 timer. Improvisation og interaktion er fundamentet, og vil i forskellige former udføres af signifikante og højest personlige artister indenfor lyd og billede, fra København, Malmö, Firenze, Baskemölla og Helsingborg.
I stedet for det traditionelle koncert-koncept, vil denne aften mere være præget af et konstant flow af ting at lytte til, danse til, kigge på, flyde væk i, eller hvad ellers føles naturligt i det givne øjeblik. Publikum/tilskuere/gæster er inviterede ind i Hypno Qlub i så lang tid de ønsker, velkomne til at komme og gå og komme tilbage, at reagere til lydene og synsindtrykkene, på valgfri måde. Hypno Qlub er et koncept udviklet af duoen Herman & Q, hvor dét at bryde normen for en traditional koncert, kombineret med ukonventionel, excentrisk dansemusik har været nogle af kongstankerne ved udformningen af dette event.
Daniel Skoglund is working with monochrome minimal electro – pencil drawing as a way of visualizing and creating sounds and rhythms. A composition is gradually being formed through the work of sketches where transparency and equality between sound and visuals are central. Daniel Skoglund is a Swedish sound artist working in the field of electronic arts. His activities include composition, installation art and performance. The starting point is often a self-constructed apparatus which is specific for a single work. Chance is an important component that is present in all his work. Daniel Skoglund has a background in the sound art duo 8tunnel2 known for their performance with electrified and sounding vegetables. Since then he has been working solo as well as in collaborations with other artists and musicians in Sweden and internationally.
Roberta WJM Andreucci is a percussionist, an experimental producer and DJ, and on air personality. She has more than twenty year of experience organizing and promoting alternative music events. She practices plagiarism and the cutting and mixing of musical and ambiental aural sources. Early in her career she started focusing on the use of voices and on vocal metalinguism, focalizing on her personal practice of “cuttingandslicing” and on rhythm patterns obtained through an improper use of her tools of the trade (cdjs, cd player, md, me mixer). Through the years her percussion set morphed into a hybrid encompassing a dj booth, a radio dj one, a microphone station for electroacustic experiments, and a mnemonic butcher’s slab. She is a founding member of performing music units such as Jealousy Party, Semerssuaq, and Sistemi Audiofobici Burp. She is the director of the music label Burp Publications.
Herman Müntzing is an experimental and improvising musician and composer from Baskemölla, Sweden, who prefer to treat and mistreat different kinds of acoustic and electric objects whenever and wherever it is appropriate. His musical world embraces sounds produced by “normal” musical instruments as well as short-circuit video-mixers, children toys, found objects and slowly rolling ping-pong balls. He is also the creator of 12 stringed experimental instrument “Flexichord” built out of strings and pickups from 2 electric guitars attached to a piece of massive wood.
Qarin Wikström is an improvising and composing vocalist and musician, and has been an active part of the blossoming avant-garde and experimental music scenes in Copenhagen for well over a decade, having released 18 albums so far, as main composer or co-writer. With a background in a broad spectre of genres as classical chamber music, pop, jazz, Swedish folklore and freely improvised music, Qarin’s musical vision and expression comes through as a confession to all of it, blending the varying influences into a not yet specified genre. With projects such as Q, Kostcirkeln, Shitney, Sekten, Orbit Stern & Q and reBell, she has received critical acclaim, nominations and recipient of Danish Music Award Jazz, and in 2012 she recieved the three-year grant from the Danish Arts Council. Member of Copenhagen independent label ILK.
Kristian Nihlén is an artistic light designer. The man behind many spectacular club events in Malmö; “The space between”, “Kristallen” and others. Known for his expressionist and mesmerizing light design through the use of self-built filters.
Björn Ross is a Swedish artist, producer, curator, organiser and director based in Copenhagen. Starting out as a painter in the 80’s he has since been working with both photography, video, multimedia installations, electronic art, sound art, performance and scenic art.
HYPNO QLUB is a full evening filled with sonic expressions, accompanied with visuals and expressive light design. Using the beautiful frames of Koncertkirken to create a hypnotic space, electronic and acoustic music will fill the room for a duration of 4 hours. Improvisation and interaction is the fundament, and will in various forms be carried out by remarkable and highly personal sound- and visual artists from Copenhagen, Malmö, Firenze, Baskemölla and Helsingborg. The concept of concert is not really present during this evening, more a constant flow of things to listen to, to dance to, to look at, to float into, or whatever seems natural in the given moment. The audience/partypeople/spectators/guests are invited to be in the Hypno Qlub as long as they want, to come and go and come back, and to react to the sounds, actions and images, in any way they want. Hypno Qlub is a concept developed by the duo Herman & Q, where breaking the norms of the traditional concert, combined with strange, quirky dance music has been some of the keywords for forming the event.
Entré: 100 DKK / stud 50 DKK.
Døren åbner 19.30
Vinterjazz i KoncertKirken er støttet af Statens Kunstfond, Københavns Kommune, KODA Kultur, Goethe Instituttet m.fl.