|25.1. 2019 / 19:30|
Adventure of improvisation, spontaneity and surprise, and the uniqueness and unrepeatability of the result. The spectator and performer are similar, neither knows what will happen.
Artists from different disciplines who have not collaborated together for at least a year will meet on stage and create an improvised performance. Each evening has two to three sections of 20-30 minutes each. The combination of players is chosen by the audience by drawing lots just before the show begins. Spectators not only decide who performs with who, but become part of the whole concept by bringing ideas for specific tasks for the artists.
Performing this time will be Tina Afiyan Breiova, Lucia Kašiarová, Michal Wroblewski, Václav Zimmermann, Vojta Švejda, Anna Romanovská-Fliegerová, Václav Hruška.
Michal Wróblewski (1988) is Czech composer and saxophone player based in Prague. He studied improvised music and jazz performance at JAMU (Janáček Academy of Music) in Brno and Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo. Now he is doctoral student of composition at JAMU. He is a leader of different projects both in Norway and Czech Republic and he has been collaborating with various musicians from all over the world as an improviser. In his composed work he usually works with an element of improvisation and freedom of interpreting.