Klangzeit Festival 2022 – Saturday [ONSITE FROM KLANGHAUS + ONLINE]

IKLECTIK and Klanghaus Sound Art Centre present,

Klangzeit Festival 2022 – Saturday [ONSITE FROM KLANGHAUS + ONLINE]
2 days of sound art, experimental music and transmedia art

Klanghaus Untergreith and IKLECTIK have joined forces for the third time to present a multidisciplinary and miscellaneous series of concerts with the participation of international renown musicians and composers.

11-12 November 2022 – ONSITE – ONLINE – ONAIR

All 2 days are live streamed on IKLECTIK Youtube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/iklectik),
Twitch and Facebook Page, and Austrian Composers (formerly ÖKB) YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClJ-OdSFi_rzX4SAkrIFiHw) and Klanghaus Untergreith Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/klanghausuntergreith).

Saturday 12 November 2022 | Start: 4:30pm (UK) / 5:30pm (AT)
IKLECTIK YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://youtu.be/T569WPqhE4Y
ACOM ÖKB YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://youtu.be/Ug-ZJ5qzBPA

4:30pm UK time [5:30pm AT time]
Jure Tori & Bogdana Herman (SI)

5pm UK time [6pm AT time]
Christina Ruf 5’21” 
Katarina Gryvul 10’17’
Zabelka/ Icostech/ Meierkord/ Trinidad/ Zenk 9’

5:30pm UK time [6:30pm AT time]
Masha Dabelka (RU/AT)

Christina Ruf

Photo by Saleh Rozati

Cellist and composer Christina Ruf, born 1991 in Linz, Austria works in many musical areas.

Katarina Gryvul

Katarina Gryvul is a Ukrainian born composer, sound artist, music producer, violinist and educator. In her work she focuses on a varieties of timbres, sound textures and mixing organic, classical music with progressive forms of electronic music production.

Jure Tori & Bogdana Herman
Bogdana Herman and Jure Tori come from completely different musical backgrounds. She is a long-time researcher and singer of folk songs, which she often performed herself, but she is best known for her collaboration in a trio with Mira Omerzel Terlep and Matija Trlep, while Jure Tori is a harmonica player and one of the founders of the band Orlek. She can sing over a hundred songs from the whole of Slovenia and the Austrian, Italian and Hungarian diaspora, and she has also recorded many radio and television shows in which she presented folk traditions. He tests himself as a writer of music for theater and dance performances (En Knap, collaboration with Dušan Kastelic) and collaborates with experimental musicians such as Alka Vujica. What they have in common is their love for music and the fact that they have performed in all corners of the world from Argentina to China.

Masha Dabelka
born in Novosibirsk, lives in Vienna
Music with character. DJ, Producer, Founder of DJ school for women. 

Mia Zabelka, Icostech & Henrik Meierkord feat. Joshua Trinidad & Conny Zenk

The unholy indo-euro dual avatar of Mia Zabelka and Arun (IcosTech) return to Aftershock Vol.2, this time reinforced with veteran avantgarde / atmospheric cello player Henrik Meierkord from Gothenburg, sweden. Starting with a new dialect of OST driven ambient music intertwined with electroacoustic improvisations and noise, the trio takes you through a whirlwind of calmness and calamity in this second installment of aftershock.

Special thanks to:
phonoECHOES jury

Festival Team:
Mia Zabelka
Claudia Schade
Isa Ferri
Eduard Solaz
On-site Austrian livestream sound and light technician Ludwig Frühschütz
On-site UK livestream technician: Prashant / Surplus Sound

Flyer design: Lisa McKendrik

Sponsored by Land Steiermark – Kultur, Austrian Composers, Bundesministerium für Kunst und Kultur & Austrian Cultural Forum London.