Fall Show of Awesomeness with Scott Miller, Shackle and MAZE, Amsterdam Netherlands


Sep 16 2013 - 8:30pm
September 16th, 2013 8:30 pm 

Post-KISS performance curated by Anne La Berge

featuring: Scott Miller, Shackle, Yannis Kyriakides, Wiek Hijmans, Dario Calderone

American composer/performer Scott Miller and Shackle will be performing at STEIM after a long weekend of playing and talking at KISS2013 (Kyma International Sound Symposium) in Brussels. They will be joined for this concert by MAZE musicians Yannis Kyriakides, Wiek Hijmans and Dario Calderone.

There will be no less than three Kyma systems running on this gig! It promises to be a stunning meeting of like and unlike musical minds.


Date: Monday 16 September 2013
Time: 20.30 (Door open 20.00)

Location: STEIM Concert Space, Utrechtsedwarsstraat 134
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Cost: €5

Scott Miller will be premiering The Strange Fine-Tuning of our Universe with flutist/improviser Anne La Berge at the Kyma International Sound Symposium (KISS) 2013 in Brussels on Friday, Sept. 13 at Espace Senghor, in a 70+ speaker acousmonium. The work is an ecosystemic structured improvisation, where the behavior of sound in the space is tracked and used to control the production of new sound in the space. While at KISS2013, Scott will also host pre-conference Open Labs and perform an electroacoustic improv set with Eckard Vossas, Jan Van Kelst & Robert Jarvis at the Rock Classic, Rue Marché au Charbon 55 à Bruxelles on Sunday Sept. 15.

MAZE is a new electroacoustic ensemble  dedicated to performing music that challenges the idea of fixed form and a fixed listening perspective. The aim of the ensemble is to offer the listener different forms of navigating their own path in the music. This is found in not only the repertoire, but the musicians’ approach and their performance practice.

Encompassing repertoire from the experimental tradition of John Cage, Alvin Lucier, Tony Conrad and Robert Ashley up to the contemporary work of artists such as Christian Marclay, Elliott Sharp and ensemble members Anne La Berge and Yannis Kyriakides, the aim of the ensemble is to build a body of work that reinterprets the relationships between performer and music, and audience and performer.