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Festival Ambulante: 15 esquinas del mundo. Eugeniusz Rudnik

20 de marzo del 2015


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Hora:   19h00

Lugar: Auditorio del CMMAS

Entrada libre

 

En colaboración con el Festival Ambulante.

15 esquinas del mundo. Eugeniusz Rudnik revolucionó el concepto de la música a partir de unas tijeras y una cinta magnética. Integrante del Estudio Experimental de la Radio Polaca, reveló el valor de sonidos crudos, antes de la era de los DJs. Este documental aborda su visión sobre la música, siguiendo el ritmo de la arquitectura, el cuerpo humano y el pulso de la naturaleza. Imágenes que expresan el asombro ante lo análogo, la experimentación y la tangibilidad del sonido.

 

Eugeniusz Rudnik is one of the pioneers of electro-acoustic music. He worked and co-operated on many projects of music installations and film music, with: Krzysztof Penderecki (e.g. “Ekecheirija” for the opening of the Olympic Games in Munich in 1972), Arne Nordheim, Karlheiz Stockhausen, Peter Kotik, Andrzej Markowski, Włodzimierz Kotoński, Bogusław Schaeffer, and others. He is the author or the person responsible for musical illustration for the Polish TV and Radio theatres and approximately 300 pieces for film. His music as well as films and TV programs featuring his music have been broadcasted in Poland and abroad. He received many international awards. Over 20 Rudnik's pieces have been kept for future generations by the French National Library, which gathers cultural treasures of the 20th century.

The Polish Radio Experimental Studio was founded in 1957 in Warsaw and was one of the first of its kind in the world (beside: ORTF Paris, NWDR Cologne, Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center New York). The studios used to be a ‘home’ for the world’s greatest contemporary musicians.

Info completa sobre el festival en:http://ambulante.com.mx/




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