Luigi Marino, percussion, electronic / I
Sabine Vogel, flutes / D
Photo on the left: ErikaGagnon
Photo on the right: Stewart Mostofsky
The music proposed by the duo Marino-Vogel focuses on sound and all its shades. Each sound is a microcosmos and the basics of the extemporary dialogue between the two musicians are to be found in the subtlest elements inside this articulate acoustic world.
Metal resonances and air columns set in vibration inside a flute: sounds barely audible emerge from the background to take a predominant role, gradually showing all their potential and unexpected directions.
Sabine Vogel focuses on sound and improvisation, using extended techniques both acoustic as well as electronic, creating a very personal contemporary language for the flute. Discovering and producing the unheard, the intimate, in relation to sound production within the flute, is her main focus of exploration.
Luigi Marino is a musician native to Rome. He holds a BA in Arts and Philosophy from University of Rome Tor Vergata, and an MFA in Electronic Music from Mills College, where he studied under the guide of John Bischoff and Roscoe Mitchell. As percussionist, he is specialized in bowed metals and hand drums, with a predilection for the zarb. Improvisation has always an essential role in his performances. Originally, he fascinated us with his duo project "Urban Flux". Working in a completely different way, the new duo Marino-Vogel will integrate the MUG space into the process intensely and take the audience on a magical sound voyage.
Location: MUG at Einstein Kultur
Entrance fee: 15 Euro, members of Offene Ohren e.V. 12 Euro
The friends of improvised music of the Offene Ohren e.V. would like to thank the Kulturreferat München for its continuous help allowing to present improvised music in Munich.