TOKYO EXPERIMENTAL FESTIVAL Vol.8 ― TEF Performance *Open call Program
|Title||Hugo Morales Murguía + Diego Espinosa "Items, Machines and Body" TOKYO EXPERIMENTAL FESTIVAL Vol.8 ― TEF Performance *Open call Program|
|Admission||800 yen *Reservation required|
|Organize||Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site|
Items, Machines and Body is a program where some Western musical values are explored and expanded through the equal confrontation between the use of ordinary objects, traditional musical instruments, and the human body as means of highly refined sound articulation. From the roughness of a car loudspeaker or the electromagnetic field emanated through a collection of power supplies, to the sophistication of the piano, the extreme simplicity of a triangle, or the hybrid modification of a wooden South American box; the performer plays every instrument with the same technical refinement, passion and musical significance.
Date：November 10 (Sun), 2013| 19:00-
* Door opens 30 minutes before the performance starts.
Day of perfomance tickets will be available. Please visit the venue 30 minutes before the performance starts.
Booking for TEF Performance is accepted by E-mail and Fax. Please inform us of your name, phone number, date/ time/ name of the performance, and number of tickets with the caption "Booking for TEF performance" in the subject line.
*Booking of each performance will be closed by 17:00 on the day before the performance or as soon as the seats are fully reserved.
*Payment should be made at the venue on the day of performance.
Hugo Morales Murguía + Diego Espinosa is a composer/performer duo dedicated to the exploration and expansion of certain instrumental values and performance paradigms. Through the aid of technique, physical sound processing and various alternative uses of technology; their work not only tries to confront conventional musical principles, but most importantly, to suggest the idea of finding music in any object that surrounds us, from the simplest to the most complex, to ourselves.