Gaudeamus and Stichting Conlon present Disklavier Projection Works in Museum Speelklok. The self-playing piano is put in a new context, using electronics, digital projections and live coding.
Composer/programmer Felipe Noriega and pianist Anne Veinberg bring their project CodeKlavier, in which the piano generates computer code. The algorithmic Riding the Euclidean Planes by Danny de Graan explores symmetry in both the score and the fascinating monochrome visuals. Robert van Heumen dives deep into all the different sides of the Disklavier’s sound, and makes it growl, squeak and scream.
After the concert, the audience can see the exhibition Robots love Music (nighttime price).
To visit the performance, buy a regular ticket for the museum for the date of 13 January. You can buy this ticket online in advance via the website of the museum. Also, please reserve a spot by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org in which you state with how many people you are coming to the performance. Only people who have reserved this way, are guaranteed a seat during the concert.
Danny de Graan – Riding the Euclidean Planes
Robert van Heumen – Het geluid van de machine
Anne Veinberg & Felipe Noriega – CodeKlavier