Synth-maestro Morton Subotnick on tour in Europe

October 12, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Electronic music pioneer Morton Subotnick performs at Berlin’s 11th Transmediale, a festival of Experimental sound and visuals.

Subotnick combines the famed Buchla synthesizer, which he helped develop in the 60s, with Ableton Live, to reach what he says is, “a performance that is made of gestures, and that is completely immediate.”

The American Morton Subotnick is one of the great pioneers of synthesizer music. His most famous piece Silver Apples From The Moon is a classic of the new electronic music. In Bremen, accompanied Tony Martin, who experimented since the 60s with abstract images projected light from the concert with his projections. In the opening act of the Belgian Jurgen de Blonde with his project Koehn is heard.

Concert and Lecture Tour 2011

October 14 and 15

Morton Subotnick performs and lectures

at the Unsound Festival in Krakow

October 17

Morton Subotnick performs at Bozar

in Brussels, Belgium.

October 18

Morton Subotnick performs

in Paris, France.

October 19

Morton Subotnick performs at Worm

in Rotterdam, Holland

October 20

Morton Subotnick performs

in Bremen, Germany.

October 21

Morton Subotnick lectures

and workshops at the University of Bremen,

in Bremen, Germany.

October 22

Morton Subotnick performs at ZDB,

in Lisbon, Portugal.

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