December 6, 2019 Comments Off on The Quietus | Reviews | Aaron Einbond with Matilde Meireles and Yarn/Wire
Pleased to share this exceptionally sensitive and detailed review of new album MM03: Cities with collaborators Yarn/Wireand Matilde Meireles on multi.modal / NMC Recordings. If you do not have your copy yet, there is a 30% off flash sale through Dec. 7th. While you are there, do not miss MM04: Decay! https://thequietus.com/articles/27530-aaron-einbond-with-matilde-meireles-and-yarn_wire-cities-review https://www.nmcrec.co.uk/multimodal/cities
The third release from Claudia Molitor and Tullis Rennie’s Multi Modal imprint, goes deep into the inner life of the urban soundscape
October 25, 2019 Comments Off on Cities | NMC Recordings
Cities, the third release from multi.modal, includes two collaboratively developed works. In The kind of problem a city is composer Aaron Einbond works together with ensemble Yarn/Wire, and in London Scenes he teams up with recordist and sound artist Matilde Meireles.
Source: Cities | NMC Recordings
October 12, 2019 Comments Off on Studio 5, Live | Ircam
Today at IRCAM I present work-in-progress on my artistic residency “Cosmologies” in Studio 5, Live: New Sound Syntheses, a Fête de la Science event. The demonstration will situate the audience in three-dimensional sound of the piano using the 24-loudspeaker dome of IRCAM’s Studio 1
Source: Studio 5, Live | Ircam
September 12, 2019 Comments Off on Land Music — Sound Practice and Research @ City
September 3, 2019 Comments Off on Qubit Presents: soundinitiative in New York City | The New Yorker
soundinitiative brings sounds of Paris to New Yorkers this week, along with some Parisian field recordings of my own in “Attempt at Exhausting a Place” premiered Saturday with works by David Bird, Alec Hall, Jessie Marino, Charlie Sdraulig, Louis D’Heudieres, Michelle Agnes Magalhaes, Pierre Jodlowski, among others. Looking forward to seeing everyone tonight, Saturday, and Sunday! Qubit Presents: soundinitiative in New York City
Source: Qubit | The New Yorker
April 14, 2018 Comments Off on Helsingborg—Berlin—Boston
Overjoyed that three brilliant ensembles perform my work in as many countries today: first @theriotensemble premieres Kate Frankenstein in Helsingborg, Sweden, then @operalabberlin gives the final performance of Was tun?—eine Wunderkammer in Berlin, and last @dinosaurannex performs Xylography for cello and electronics in Cambridge MA!
April 10, 2018 Comments Off on Was tun? – eine Wunderkammer
This week in Berlin! So glad to be included in another collaboration with Opera Lab Berlin along with some of my favorite composers and musicians working at the threshold of performance, theater, electroacoustic, and documentary sound.
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