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Residencia: Kevin Patton & Sophie Tassignon

EE.UU / Bélgica

Del 05 al 20 de febrero de 2023

We have been working on a project that sets the poetry of mid 20th century poet, Louise De Vilmorin, in an electroacoustic sonic environment combined with French chanson and rhythmic concepts from popular music. We hope to transform these compositions into a live performance approach.


Sophie Tassignon is a Berlin-based vocalist, pianist and composer who is active in the European Jazz, Avant-Guard, and Electroacoustic communities. She has toured worldwide and claims 10 releases as a leader on different relevant record labels, including Clean Feed Records, A-jazz, Alone Blue Records, visionofsound, RareNoise Records and Jazzwerkstatt. Sophie is also active in modern theatre and multimedia performance, notably creating music for the productions of renowned Polish director Elzbieta Bednarska. Sophie’s most recent release on RareNoise Records, Mysteries Unfold, combines a layered compositional style with vocal technique, and has been described as, “ the most tantalizing that we have encountered in recent times.” (Musica Jazz, Dec. 2020) Current Projects include AZOLIA with Songwriter/Saxophonist Susanne Folk, Khyal, a project that blends poetic Arabic texts with jazz traditions from Europe and North America and Louise et Vilmorin, a duet with Kevin Patton (USA) that straddles electroacoustic composition and popular music forms.

Kevin Patton is a designer, musician, and creative technologist whose projects often include novel approaches to physical and computational interaction applied in expressive contexts. Research interests include expressive technological systems, automation and agency, visualization, musical thinking, and human centered design. Kevin often performs his own work in both instrumental improvisation and interactive chamber music and has performed in Europe, Japan, and throughout North America. Kevin's sound and music projects have been featured at numerous festivals around the world, most recently at the New York City Electroacoustic Improvisation Summit, and the "GuteLjaudKarte", a series of electroacoustic concerts in Gotland, Sweden. Kevin is an Assistant Professor of Interaction Design at the Corcoran School of the Arts at the George Washington University. He holds a Ph.D. and M.A. from Brown University. He was an Invited Researcher at the Sorbonne, University of Paris IV, for the Spring of 2009.




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