Miron Andres | viola da gamba, electronics
Juho Myllylä | recorders
Miron Andres | vielle
Miron Andres’ new solo program, which was created during the lockdowns in Lahore (Pakistan) and Brussels, represents the most recent link to Miron’s main practice as an audio artist (From nowhere to nowhere). The creation of a cross- cultural language. The sound itself must not be part of any culture. Cultural detachment is to be seen as the highest aim. Free from prejudice, free from any kind of religious or cultural oppression. The aim is freedom, the aim is full individual expression. However, objectivity is impossible. We are always a product of our environment. Our upbringing. Our genes. Or are we?
Contactus takes inspiration from the same theme and presents a double portrait of the members of the duo, exploring the dilemma of longing to belong in a culture, whilst simultaneously feeling detached from any culture. This is expressed in a variety of ways during this musical journey over the span of a few centuries of music that are tied together through the concept of ambiguity. This ambiguity is characteristic of the grey zone between early and new music, as well as the problematics of defining one’s own cultural identity.
Museum ‘t Kromhout: Kruithuisstraat 25, 1018 WJ Amsterdam
Doors open 19:30
Tickets: 12,50 / 7,50 € via Eventbrite
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Museum 't Kromhout, Hoogte Kadijk 147, 1018 BJ Amsterdam, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Netherlands
EUR 8.58 to EUR 14.12