Termine 2019 | Februar
Zu Gast im FORUM | Spezialworkshop | impuls Akademie
Music Extended mit Simon Løffler
Mo, 11.02. - Do, 21.02., Hauptraum, Anmeldung auf www.impuls.cc
For the impuls Academy 2019 Simon Løffler offers a Special Program not only for composers, but also musicians, performers, sound- and multimedia-artists, organized as Workshop and Laboratory for experimentation as well as realization of individual (and possibly also group-) projects. Artistic approaches integrating aspects such as visual, performative, installative, … , or also electronically driven ones, will be paid particular attention and open up new perspectives also for the core of the composition process itself. Besides, the role-model of a composer in a traditional sense might be questioned and composers find themselves again as part of a collegue's work and its realization. Thus also the topic of collaboration and teamworking will be touched, last but not least by sharing time, space, infrastructure, ideas and know-how amongst others.
The program is designed as group activity leading towards a final presentation of the process and works developed.
Asia Ahmetjanova, Martin Rane Bauck, Jacobo Hernández Enríquez, Asli Kobaner, Deok-Vin Lee, Yukari Misawa, Eduardo Partida, Yui Sakagoshi,
Laura Shipsey, Marta Sniady
Di, 19.02, 21:30, Hauptraum, Eintritt frei
Simon Løffler, born in Denmark/Copenhagen in 1981, works with novel instrumental constructions, from the mechanical to the animalistic to the hyper primitive, and a lot of other stuff. Recent work has been focused on integrating human performers and animal replicas.
Løffler studied Composition with Bent Sørensen, Hans Abrahamsen and Niels Rosing-Schow at The Royal Danish Academy of Music. Further studies with Wolfgang Heiniger at Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler, Berlin, and Simon Steen-Andersen at The Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus.
Additionally he studied in the one-year program A.PASS (advanced performance and scenography studies), in Brussels.
Since 2017 he has been a lecturer in Composition at the Royal Danish Academy of Music.