GLITCH PARTY | An electroacoustic party - Tempo Reale

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Tempo Reale/2020 /GLITCH PARTY | An electroacoustic party

GLITCH PARTY | An electroacoustic party

GLITCH PARTY | An electroacoustic party

Tempo Reale Festival 2020, exploratory sounds and music
Saturday 5 September, from 20.00 to 23.00 hrs, Limonaia di Villa Strozzi + Web Streaming

GLITCH PARTY
An electroacoustic party

In presence with
Tempo Reale Electroacoustic Ensemble Marco Baldini, Agnese Banti, Daniele Ciullini, Francesco Canavese, Daniele Carcassi, Renato Cordovani, Pierluigi Fantozzi, Simone Faraci, Elena Fiorini, Francesco Giomi, Andrea Gozzi, Giovanni Magaglio, Damiano Meacci, Valerio Orlandini, Francesco Perissi, Letizia Renzini, Leonardo Rubboli, Luisa Santacesaria, Francesco Zedde

In streaming with
Ensemble ILÉA (Montreal) Jérémy Chignec, Ana Dall’Ara-Majek, Geneviève D’Ortun, Vincent Fliniaux, Kevin Gironnay, Alexis Langevin-Tétrault, Charlotte Layec, Pierre-Luc Lecours, Olivier Marin, Alexandra Tibbitts

Elettronica Collettiva~ (Bologna) Biagio Cavallo, Francesco Maccario, Jacopo Mittino, Matteo Pastorello, Federico Pipia, Andrea Trona, Francesco Vogli

The English term glitch is believed to derive from the German word glitschen (to slide) and from the Yiddish word gletschn (to slip, to skate). In electronic music, the word glitch is applied to indicate a brief, sudden, and non-periodic peak in a soundwave, caused by an unexpected error. By extension, it is also used to indicate a brief system error in various practical fields of audio-visual culture. Inspired by the limitations of digital networks, but also by the pioneering ideas of the neo-avantgarde, Tempo Reale is organising an extended sound party: about forty musicians-improvisers (both in person and streaming from Canada and Bologna) will be able to participate as they prefer, and the same goes for the public, who may enter and exit without pre-determined rules or mechanisms.

Admission €5, open access throughout the three hours

 screenshot from the first Glitch Party for #HOMEPLAYING – remote musical socialization platform