EVENT: Artist Talk – The Electronic Music Scene in Germany

Ok, so we know this is short notice but we only just found out about it ourselves and we’d love you to be there! So, how about you join us for an artist talk on “The Electronic Music Scene in Germany.”

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Join us this Thursday to hear German artists DJ baze.djunkiii and visual artist Uli Sigg talk about “The Electronic Music Scene in Germany.”

Both artists are part of the POÈMES ÉLECTRONIQUES performance and will talk about their work and the large electronic music scene in Germany. They will be joined by their colleagues, actor/director Christof Veillon and sound designer Mr. Fleury who will speak about their creative work and the collaboration to create POÈMES ÉLECTRONIQUES.

The presentation will be in English.

Here’s what you need to know:

When: Thursday, April 26, 2015
Time: 6:30pm
Where: Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta Auditorium
Admission: Complimentary

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So, what are you waiting for? It’s set to be a great night!

We look forward to seeing you there!

A little bit about the artists:

Hamburg based DJ baze.djunkiii is known for his activities in the electronic music scene since the late 90s. He is the founder of the international music website nitestylez.de, one of the longest running music electronic blogs in Germany, and has contributed to various German music magazines like Raveline, FLYER, FAZE and joinmusic.com within his career as a music writer. He is the creator of the street art / sticker art documentary websites streetartdaily.com and stickerloveandworlddomination.com. As a DJ, baze.djunkiii has played countless shows all over Germany as well as in Greece including events set up by fashion brands like Levi’s or Firetrap, vernissage shows for photographers like Rüdiger Beckmann and the choreographer / dancer Maike Mohr as well as in the fields of quality electronic club and experimental music.

Visual artist Uli Sigg works in several project partnerships including live performances, scenic design, and video productions. He is co-founder of “bandbreite” a vj-collective in Cologne and of “lsb_TV,” a weekly Live-Radio-TV-Internet-Show in Berlin. Uli is Director of Technology & Strategy of “BYFF” Brighton Youth Film Festival.

Artist/Director Christof Veillon was born in Lyon, France and studied acting at the European Acting School, École Florent in Paris. He then went on to perform both classical and contemporary plays at such venues as La Comédie Française, Théâtre de la Ville in Paris, other National Theaters in France, and various theaters in Europe. In addition, he has appeared in several TV movies, independent films, and in a series of France Culture’s National Radio plays.

Sound designer Mr. Fleury was born and raised in Paris, France, where he discovered a passion for electronic music early on. He was heavily influenced by the early techno sounds of Detroit and the acid house of Chicago in the late 80’s. As a solo artist, he embraces the more mature, cerebral, and avant-garde forms of electronic music. Currently based in the US, Marc focuses on playing rare modular synthesizers live, delivering complex soundscapes and textures to accompany other artists and musicians, as well as performing solo.  Marc has performed in the US and Europe and is listed as a Berlin-based DJ. He has appeared on public TV and Radio in Germany and has participated in events as part of the Liquid Sky Berlin artist collective.

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Posted on March 24, 2015, in What's Going On? and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. thx for having us there… totally enjoyed it

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