Endean Tanrıkulu Dunston

Endean Tanrıkulu Dunston

Endean Tanrıkulu Dunston

Endean Tanrıkulu Dunston

25.11.2023 KM28
First Set:
Sofia Salvo – saxophone solo
Born and raised in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina, but based in Berlin since 2019.
As the alternative Berlin scene is a very important part of her life, she also co-curates “Revuelta Series” with Lorena Izquierdo, a mainly FLINTA* oriented concert series
[Text: sssalvo.wixsite.com]

M​á​s es mucho
by Sofía Salvo
M​á​s es mucho
by Sofía Salvo

Second Set:
Nick Dunston – banjo
Aviva Endean – clarinet, electronics
Cansu Tanrıkulu – voice, effects

Aviva Endean is a clarinettist, composer, sound artist and performance-maker dedicated to connecting people with each other and their environment through attentive listening. She regularly works across a range of contexts including experimental and improvised music, new chamber music, and cross-disciplinary collaborations. Aviva’s work seeks to extend beyond the boundaries of her art form and to reimagine the possibilities of sound. She has collaborated with some of Australia’s most respected arts organisations including The Australian Art Orchestra, Room40, Chamber Made, TURA, and Chunky Move, and was the recipient of the Freedman Music Fellowship (2015), the APRA/AMCOS Art music award (2020/2023), a Greenroom award (best composition for dance 2019) and the Peggy Glanville-Hicks composer’s residency (2021).
[Text: avivaendean.com ]

Cansu Tanrıkulu is an internationally recognized vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer and an improviser based in Berlin. She collaborates with exceptional creatives and likes making shape-shifting music mostly based on topics that are hard to imagine as musical entities at first glance. She is one of the busiest young voices in the European Creative Music Scene leading/co-leading multiple international composition and performance projects.

With her elastic singing, wide stylistic vocabulary and far reaching approach to melody and text-based improvisation Tanrıkulu became an in-demand vocalist in countless collaborations, actively performing in renowned platforms of Europe and USA with her bands next to projects she’s been supporting. In most of her bands she also plays synth, guitar an works with electronics as a part of her unique vocal language.
[Text: aysecansutanrikulu.com]

Nick Dunston is an acoustic and electroacoustic composer, improviser, and multi-instrumentalist. Called an “indispensable player on the New York avant-garde” (New York Times), his performances have spanned a variety of venues and festivals across North America and Europe. His work explores notions of ancestral memory, materiality, embodiment, decolonization, and Afro-surrealism. As a collaborator he has worked with artists such as Marc Ribot, Ches Smith, Lucrecia Dalt, Mary Halvorson, Imani Uzuri, Ingrid Laubrock, Tyshawn Sorey, Anna Webber, Amirtha Kidambi, Craig Taborn, and Vijay Iyer.

[Text: nickdunston.org ]

Moths & Stars
by Aviva Endean
Moths & Stars
by Aviva Endean
MICE!
by MeoW
MICE! – by MeoW
Cansu Tanrikulu – vocals
Spider Season
by Nick Dunston
Spider Season
by Nick Dunston