Résonance croisée is a co-production of Le Vivier and the Montreal cluster of cultural institutes of the European Union member states EUNIC (European National Institutes for Culture).
Italian composer and mathematical researcher Carmine Emanuele Cella, professor at CNMAT Berkley, joins Sixtrum to create his percussion triptych, where percussion instruments remotely take control of each other: blows played on some instruments resonate with other instruments distributed around the concert space. The musicians control the interaction between these instruments, which develops in a semi-autonomous way, thanks to a system developed by the researcher-creator, the Xulon. The three works are composed for a duo, a quartet and a percussion sextet, and are performed in and around the audience.
Sixtrum is a member of Le Vivier since 2008.
Carmine Emanuele Cella | Inside-out (2017)
Carmine Emanuele Cella | Dendrum (création 2021)
Carmine Emanuele Cella | Kore (2019)
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