QME@DEAF09: 31 October

night leaves breathing, DEAF09

Featuring the Quiet Music Ensemble with guest artist David Toop

5pm-10pm, Sat 31 Oct, Filmbase, Temple Bar, Dublin


The Quiet Music Ensemble concludes this year’s Dublin Electronic Arts Festival with a 5-hour spectacular of pieces by masters of experimental music, incredible  sonic environments and drone-music, uncommon Dreamhouse and video.

The event features the Dublin premieres of pieces especially written for the group by Alvin Lucier, David Toop, Mark Applebaum and others, plus rare electronic immersive works  by Eliane Radigue, John Godfrey and many more. Video will include the extraordinary Dreams of the Jungfrau by the artistic director of the Deep Listening Institute, Ione. This is also a rare occasion to catch some of the wealth of new music coming out of Cork city’s enviable Sound Art scene.

The climax of the event features author, artist and improviser David Toop, who will present on his research, perform improvisations and take part in his piece for the QME, night leaves breathing.

Tickets €15/€10, available from Tickets.ie or on the door

QME musicians for the DEAF09 performance: John Godfrey, QME Artistic Director/electric guitar; Dan Bodwell, double bass; Roddy O’Keefe, Trombone; Ilse de Ziah, cello; Sean Óg, clarinet.

Further information on Dublin Electronic Arts Festival

Presented with funds from the Performance and Touring Award with thanks to The Arts Council and Music Network

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