We are pleased to have been invited by our friends of Stark Bewölkt for a concert with Gene Coleman at Hörbar on February 15, 21:30. He will play a set with Michael Maierhof and Birgit Ulher. Nelly Boyd will appear as a duo of Jan and Robert, working with (e-)bowed guitars and cello, playing a set of a droney nature.
We are playing at the Greatest Hits Festival at Kampnagel in Hamburg.
Friday, November 18, 18:00, K4
Nelly Boyd plays
Alvin Lucier: Criss-Cross (2013) for two electric guitars
John Cage: Four6 (1992) for any way of producing sounds
Morton Feldman: Durations 2 (1961) for cello and piano
James Tenney: (night) (1971) for percussion perhaps, or…
Players are Moxi Beidenegl, Robert Engelbrecht, Jan Feddersen, Johann Popp
Saturday, November 19, 19:30, K6
Boyds Elektro Gitarren Orchester plays
James Tenney: Septet for six electric guitars and bass (1981)
Players are Robert Engelbrecht, Markus Lipka, Fiona McKenzie, Johann Popp, Jim Sudmann, Geka Winkler – guitars, Stefan Link – bass, Jan Feddersen – conductor
Before and after us Ensemble Resonanz performs other works by Tenney, Pauline Oliveros and Elliot Sharp.
We are happy to have our old friends and colleagues Matthieu Philippe De l‘Isle and Adrien Kanter, a. k. a. eddie135 from Paris with us, as well as original Nelly Moxi Beidenegl, and we commissioned new pieces from them. The programme so far:
eddie135: Oscillations in space
Composition for cello, 2 oscillators, 2 guitars, and computer
Continental drift, winds, tides and migratory movements
Moxi Beidenegl: L´eterna avventura
Guitars, piano, contact microphones, voices
Jan Feddersen: (N. N.)
5 electric guitars
Robert Engelbrecht: Notturno
voice, tape, instruments
In addition we will perform some unpublished songs by Christian Wolff and maybe other things, too. More info soon!
It should be an extended evening. Come and drift.
blurred edges 2016 wird gefördert von der Kulturbehörde der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg und der Hamburgischen Kulturstiftung
Boyds Elektro Gitarren Orchester will play at Westwerk, Hamburg, on Saturday, March 19, at 9 PM.
On the programme two compositions for 8 electric guitars, electric bass and drums by Robert Engelbrecht:
Architeuthis (2015) & Nephila (2016, world premiere)
The line-up for this concert consists of:
Drums: Johann Wientjes
Special thanks to Rückkopplung for amp support (once again)!
Unfortunately Matthieu Philippe de l’Isle cannot come to the concert on Thursday (see below) due to health reasons. So we have to delay the premiere of his piece to another time. Putain!
Still, we have a nice programme, which looks like this:
Matthias Kaul: Some Hot Bottles Coolin’ Down (2015, world premiere) for three performers
Ignacio Fernández-Bollo: Q. K. (2015, world premiere) for organ, guitar, cello, percussion
Jan Feddersen: Slides (2015, world premiere) for three electric guitars with e-bows
Robert Engelbrecht: Nellys Boudoir (2009) version for piano, 2 electric guitars, percussion and tape
Guests this time are Matthias Kaul, Matthieu Philippe De l’Isle and Ignacio Fernández-Bollo.
No need to tell much about Matthias Kaul, and we are proud to play the premiere of his new piece Some Hot Bottles Coolin’ Down – supervised by the composer himself. He will also join us on percussion in some pieces.
We are happy to play again with our old friend Matthieu from Paris, member of eddie135, Casse Gueule and Le Reveil Des Tropiques, among others. He has written a new piece especially for us: Music for bows and percussion.
Ignacio is also not unknown here, and he’s written also a new piece for us, as yet untitled, which is for organ, guitar, cello and percussion.
Jan Feddersen has also written a new piece called Slides for three electric guitars.
Robert Engelbrecht has no new piece, but we will probably play Nellys Boudoir for piano, three electric guitars, percussion and tape.
Come and listen.
A clip from our concert at 3S Studio, Paris, on May 2, 2012. The piece is 3 strings (für Jens Röhm) by Jan Feddersen.