SOUND DAYS 2019: Electronic music concerts, sound art worshops and exhibition, and more
Sound Days is a week long international festival of media and sound art, electronic and experimental music and other audiovisual experiments. The festival activities include sound art exhibition, workshops, seminar and audiovisual performance nights. This year the festival takes place from April 29 until May 5 in Liepaja, Latvia.
This years festival is focusing on the analog signal and algorithmic music – building instruments and exploring analog and digital ways to generate sound and create new interfaces. Sound Days invites young artists, musicians, students, professionals and others that are interested in sound and media art to participate in our festival activities.
The main festival activities are the workshops – we are hosting workshops by algorithmic duo Ganzfeld(DE), musical instrument inventor Yuri Landman (NL) and sound artist Jacob Remin (DK), and sound artist John Grzinich (USA/EE).
The workshops will introduce different methods for creating digital and analog interfaces to generate sound.
2 performance nights will take place in the most interesting venues in Liepaja:
Electroacoustic music concert – 03.05. 19:00
Live experimental music concert by our festival guests and local artists in concert hall Great Amber:
John Griznich (USA/EE)
Platon Buravicky (LV)
Entrance – EUR 8 / 4
! Attention – performances by Ganzfeld and VOID may not be suitable for people with photosensitive epilepsy
Open performance night – 04.05. 20:00
On the opening day of the festival we will host a performance night by our festival guests and participants. Young artists who want to show what they are capable of, professionals who have some ideas yet to express, and others are welcome to participate. There are no limitations in the format, technique or style of expression.
Young and professional musicians are invited to send us a short description of the performance and a link to a Soundcloud / Youtube or any other online platform. Each performance should be around 20 minutes and participants are welcome to present their most experimental methods for creating sound/music. Send us your application to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the contact tab.
more information: sound.mplab.lv