Concert that has the style of a festival
Liquid Room is a concert that has the style of a rock festival: music is played on three stages for hours on end without any breaks, and members of the audience walk in and out as they please. In this musical continuum you can listen to work by the Argentine-French pioneer of micromontage and microsound, Horacio Vaggione (b. 1943), the New York postminimalist Lois V. Vierk (b. 1951), the German Helmut Oehring (b. 1961), the Frenchman François Sarhan (b. 1972; also see p. 18), the young Belgian composer Cédric Dambrain (b. 1979), the Italian Fausto Romitelli (1963-2004), the French spectralists Tristan Murail (1947) and Hugues Dufourt (1943) and the Austrian Eva Reiter (1976). This will be supplemented with soundscapes and improvisations.
soloists Ictus | sound Alex Fostier