Daca ieri seara cei patru norvegieni de la OKER ne-au oferit o incursiune sonora acustica intr-un microunivers decompus pana la acel “final breath” care inca imi tiuie si azi undeva prin viscere, in seara asta vine randul unui duo, tot norvegian, tot acustic, prercutie & trombon, de la care nu am asteptari, ma las purtat de flow si vad unde ma poarta. E vorba de duo-ul Ståle Liavik Solberg & Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø, activisti in scena improvised internationala, colaborari si inregistrari cu nume si sunete mari ale acesteia, precum Joe McPhee, Michael Zerang, Ab Baars and Fred Lonberg-Holm, cei doi ne propun pentru aceasta seara ” … a combination of mature creation and childish play, they make music containing myriads of temporary constructions. “. Let them flow, deci:)
Ståle Liavik Solberg (drums/percussion) has established a base for himself as a central part of Oslo’s thriving improvised music scene. Working with ensembles Party knüllers (with Fred Lonberg-Holm), Will it float? (with John Russell, Steve Beresford & John Edwards), Silva-Rasmussen-Solberg trio and in duos with John Butcher and John Russell his open and attentive drumming has received many positive responses from musicians and audiences in both Europe and the USA. Solberg is also known as one of the driving forces behind the series Blow Out! in Oslo, and he curates the festival with the same name together with fellow drummer / percussionist Paal Nilssen-Love.
Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø is a trombonist working mostly within contemporary fields of music. An ambiguous relationship with the trombone has led him to explore both the boisterous and brassy side of the instrument, as well as it’s counterpoint in microscopic and ‘electronic’ sound possibilities. Utilizing a wide spectrum of playing techniques, from pure long tones to noise and the almost inaudible, he often works balancing the intuitive with the precisely constructed. Having toured actively since 2010, he has played at clubs and festivals in more than half of the European countries, as well as in Russia and Japan. Nørstebø’s time is divided between his regular projects; As deafness increases, Lana trio, Whirl (with Tobias Delius), Nørstebø/Strid/de Heney, BEAM SPLITTER (with Audrey Chen), new music ensemble Aksiom and the freejazzpop-band Skadedyr. In addition to numerous other releases, his discography contains duo records with Swedish pianist Rasmus Borg and Austrian sound artist Daniel Lercher. His second solo record “Melting into foreground” is being released on SOFA this November, 2015.
Concertul incepe de la ora 21, in sala de nefumatori de la Moszkva #Oradea