Posts Tagged: Andriana Minou

Prayers of Incompetence

Prayers of Incompetence is a kaleidoscopic performance for five voices, an automated hyper organ and field recordings. “A meditation on making love with the impossible”. We have been working on this piece in the Orgelpark with I/O, together with Danai

Prayers of Incompetence

Prayers of Incompetence is a kaleidoscopic performance for five voices, an automated hyper organ and field recordings. “A meditation on making love with the impossible”. We have been working on this piece in the Orgelpark with I/O, together with Danai

The Moon Is Electric

I started working on the idea of this small-scale project in January 2015, with my first visit to Bern to interview Richard Haynes, one of the project’s clarinet players. Interviews with Bas Wiegers, Nora Mulder, Koen Kaptijn, Miriam Overlach and

The Moon Is Electric

I started working on the idea of this small-scale project in January 2015, with my first visit to Bern to interview Richard Haynes, one of the project’s clarinet players. Interviews with Bas Wiegers, Nora Mulder, Koen Kaptijn, Miriam Overlach and

Oiseaux Bizarres

Oiseaux Bizarres is an ensemble that consists of musicians and performers, all with postgraduate or PhD studies, based in London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Barcelona, Thessaloniki and Cambera. The ensemble is led by Andriana Minou, a pianist, writer, director, performer and composer,

Oiseaux Bizarres

Oiseaux Bizarres is an ensemble that consists of musicians and performers, all with postgraduate or PhD studies, based in London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Barcelona, Thessaloniki and Cambera. The ensemble is led by Andriana Minou, a pianist, writer, director, performer and composer,

NYFA – ekmeles

In mid-September to mid-October 2012 I took part in a residency hosted by the New York Foundation for the Arts, pairing me with the astonishing ekmeles vocal ensemble. We worked together for a month testing ideas and technics that led to a concert-form

NYFA – ekmeles

In mid-September to mid-October 2012 I took part in a residency hosted by the New York Foundation for the Arts, pairing me with the astonishing ekmeles vocal ensemble. We worked together for a month testing ideas and technics that led to a concert-form