Open letter of Hanoi New Music Festival 2018
HANOI NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL 2018 – MAKE A SILENCE
By this point, there is clearly no easy answer exists as to what defines ‘South East Asia’ – culturally, as much as anything else. Or perhaps such impossibility of commonality is the key to understanding ‘South East Asia’. Or perhaps, different as we seem—shaped by the strange forces of history, we are still part of one.
As a region, how do we best celebrate and make the most out of this tension—these two seemingly opposing truths?
“There is no such thing as an empty space or an empty time. There is always something to see, something to hear. In fact, try as we may to make a silence, we cannot.” (John Cage)
Perhaps the most primitive and natural thing that a human being can do with their corporeity, is breathing. When one breathes, one creates a movement, and one creates sound. Like many a Zen Buddhist, Cage was keenly aware of this simple fact—his “4:33” exemplifies the attempts at absolute silence that invariably lead to omnipresent sound.
Thus inspired by the impossibility of absolute silence, Make A Silence - the 2018 edition of Hanoi New Music Festival – constitutes a survey into sound-makings in South East Asia, a region traditionally seen as ‘silent’, absent in contemporary music discourses, yet has within and across its numerous contexts a vast sonic lexicon. Through the two strands of Symposium and Concert/Performance, Hanoi New Music...
Concert: 180° AUTUMNAL EQUINOX
7h30 pm, Friday [21/9/2018]
At Erato School of Music & Performing Arts Ha Noi.
3rd floor . 30 Doan Thi Diem st. Hanoi.
Autumnal Equinox is cool and reminiscent of memory, also at the end of the basic course of Experimental Music improvisation I-1 of Domdom.
The 180 degree of Autumnal equinox concert marked the first collaboration performance between the talented musicians- new students I-1a DomDom and experienced experimental artists : Composer/pianist Kim Ngoc Tran, percussion player/composer Nguyen Xuan Son (SonX), monochord zither player Ngo Tra My and Dom Dom’s alumnis – two female performers improvising step by step make the imprint irreplaceable for their appearance in the experimental music community in Vietnam: objecter/ Huong Nguyen, electronics/...
Beyond Sound #5 | KURU Circus in Hanoi: Transmissions tour 2018
On their sound journey “Transmissions” to South East Asia 2018, the famous Indian band KURU CIRCUS decided to make a stop in Hanoi. This is the extremely unique musical face that we would love to introduce to you at our experimental music series called ‘BEYOND SOUND’ hosted in coordination between Heritage Space and DomDom.
Genre : Electro Kabuki*Syringe Rhythm*Dreamhouse*Firepop*Kurock Kurutronica*Delirium Indian Underground
Kuru Circus are a well known band from India. The current tour set now includes brand new material from band members IMFL and Ari Jayaprakash’s unreleased albums. Having played and toured together for over half a decade now, the shows includes live art and projections.
Beside Ari Jayaprakash from Bangalore and IMFL from New Delhi, Kuru Circus...
Beyond Sound 2018 #3: Poem from nowhere
>> Multimedia performance: 20:00 – 21:30, Saturday, July 07, 2018
>> Exhibition: 08/07/2018 – 11/07/2018
LOCATION: Heritage Space, Fl.01 Dolphin Plaza, 6 Nguyễn Hoàng, Mỹ Đình 2, Hà Nội
– Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/EJjUHXDJpm52
To register (for the performance only): shorturl.at/hsCJN
Heritage Space and DomDom Hanoi are proud to introduce to the audience the 3rd concert of “BEYOND SOUND 2018” presenting by sound-multimedia artist Arnont Nongyao from Chiang Mai, Thailand and outstanding faces of Vietnamese experimental music.
“Poem from Nowhere” 2018 – a personal project of Arnont Nongyao – is a new set performance of sound and moving images 2018 (expanded cinema). This expanded cinema is combining moving images...
4 DOORS | Beyond SOUND 2018 – Day 2
Heritage Space and DomDom are happy to introduce the second concert of ‘BEYOND SOUND 2018’ – experimental musical performance series. This time will be an audio-visual performance titled ‘4DOORS’ – a collaboration between Autonomicon and DomDom students.
SCREENING OF HANOI ECLIPSE
Hanoi Eclipse: The Music of Dai Lam Linh (56 mins, 2010)
Directed by Barley Norton, published by Documentary Educational Resources. In Vietnamese with English Subtitles.
Dom Dom is delighted to present a screening of Hanoi Eclipse: The Music of Dai Lam Linh, followed by a discussion with London-based film director and ethnomusicologist Barley Norton. Hanoi Eclipse: The Music of Dai Lam Linh follows the challenges faced by the groundbreaking and controversial Vietnamese band Dai Lam Linh, while rehearsing and performing in their hometown of Hanoi. It shows how the band came together to create a unique form of popular music, which is both international in outlook and rooted in Vietnamese traditions and aesthetics....
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