Adam Buffington & Zach Rowden nýta segulbönd, hljóðfæri, fundna hluti, spunann og leikhúsið í því skyni að rannsaka eðlileikann og fáránleikann.
Í Mengi sunnudagskvöldið 6. ágúst klukkan 21.
Miðaverð: 2000 krónur. Miða er hægt að fá við innganginn eða í gegnum email@example.com.
Atnugið að miði á II / Adam Buffington, Zach Rowden – tónleika Adam Buffington og Zach Rowden í Mengi laugardagskvöldið 5. ágúst gildir einnig á þessa tónleika.
– Adam Buffington: ‘Distance’ fyrir kasettutæki og fundna hluti
– Zach Rowden: ‘That Isn’t The Point’ fyrir saxófón, kontrabassa, segulband og fundna hluti
– Ana-Maria Avram: ‘AXE VII’ fyrir kontrabassa.
Adam Buffington & Zach Rowden utilize tape, instruments, and found objects to explore the natural and the absurd through theatre and improvisation. At Mengi on Sunday, August 6th at 9pm. Tickets: 2000 isk at the door or through firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets for II / Adam Buffington, Zach Rowden – concert at Mengi on August 5th is also valid for this performance.
– Distance (Adam Buffington)
Adam Buffington – cassette player, objects
– That Isn’t The Point (Zach Rowden)
Adam Buffington – saxophone, objects, tape
Zach Rowden – double bass, objects, tape
– AXE VII (Ana-Maria Avram)
Zach Rowden – double bass
Adam Buffington is a composer and saxophonist that seeks to explore the experiential effects of glacial physical movement and gesture in combination with quiet, delicate noise and prolonged silences. His work as composer and saxophonist has been presented at such venues as Hartford Art School, Real Art Ways (Hartford), Ely Center of Contemporary Art (New Haven), and Mengi (Reykjavik). He has recently studied at the Iceland Academy of the Arts in Reykjavik under Atli Ingólfsson, and has collaborated with such composers/performers as Zach Rowden, Trevor Saint, Henry Birdsy, Matt Sargent, and Robert Carl.
Zach Rowden deals with the acoustic and performative possibilities of the upright and electric basses. Currently living in New Haven, Connecticut, and Richmond, Virginia. Collaborators and associations include Iancu Dumitrescu & Ana-Maria Nvram (Hyperion Ensemble member/soloist), Michael Foster’s The Ghost, Robert Black, Matt Sargent, Leila Bordreuil, Lindsey Vickery, Gus Caldwell, Chris Cretella, and Sean Ali. He has performed at venues such as Harpa (Reykjavik), Issue Project Room (New York), Firehouse 12 (New Haven), Cafe Oto (London), Heimathafen Neukölln (Berlin), Real Art Ways (Hartford) and living rooms/basements throughout the United States.