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Thursday, 24 May 2018
New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theatre


Ensemble of Nomads (Switzerland)

The program:

Emilio GUIM (*1981)
Speaking of Which. Part 1 (2016-2018)
multimedia performance

Miraging (Russian Premiere, 2016)
for e-guitar, piano, electronics and video

Gary BERGER (*1967)
Spins (Premiere, 2003/2018)
for drums and electronics

Alexey NADJAROV (*1983)
disconnect (Premiere, 2018)
for piano, e-guitar and electronics

Gary BERGER (*1967)
31 mal lösen (Russian Premiere, 2006/2018)
for percussion, electronics and video

Emilio GUIM (*1981)
Speaking of Which. Part 2 (2016-2018)
multimedia performance

Michael WERTMÜLLER (*1966)
Immer schneller der Propeller, immer besser Herr Professer (2017)
for e-guitar, violin, piano, percussion, electronics

Emilio Guim, e-guitar/electronics
Hannah Walter, violin
Talvi Hunt, piano
João Carlos Pacheco, percussion
Gary Berger, electronics
Arturo Corrales, electronics


Ensemble of Nomads was created by Talvi Hunt (piano and electronics) and Emilio Guim (e-guitar and electronics) while pursuing their master degree in music at Hochschule Luzern in 2014. Their common interest in New Music and its extended forms of expression led them to research repertoire that involve electro-acoustics, video projections, light design and musical theater elements.

E.o.N. is based in Switzerland and they join forces with many exceptional players for different repertoire demands. These players include Joao Carlos Pacheco (percussion), HannaH Walter (violin), Juan Jose Faccio (saxophone) and Manuela Villiger (saxophone) among others.

The ensemble has performed in many important music festivals such as: KlangBasel, Darmstadt Ferienkurse, Platz für andere Musik, Lucerne Festival, and New Music Days Luzern.