// 03/02 › HAU 1
With the daytime program Pioneers
, CTM adds even more depth to its series on pioneers and influential protagonists of early and recent electronic music, in the context of which in the past Jean Jacques Perrey, Pierre Henry, Conrad Schnitzler, Phill Niblock, Yasunao Tone, Keiji Haino, Underground Resistance and Wolfgang Voigt, among others, could be experienced. On the occasion of CTM.11, this series will be continued with a concert by Morton Subotnick,
the presentation of the piece "Plaything" by Maryanne Amacher
, and of the piece "Hörsaal"
by Bernhard Leitner.
The main focus of the day program is on the discovery and development of the live potential and live possibilities for electronic music and on how those are not only realized using realtime-instruments but also through the conscious "play" on the sonorous parameters of architecture and space as well as on listening situations and listeners' perception apparatuses. Here, the close, creative interweave of contemporary composed and experimental music, intermedial art forms and Pop culture music becomes once more obvious as a quintessential driving force and quality of electronic music.
12:00 › Tape Recorders, the Transistor and the Credit Card: a Personal History
14:00 › Space and Body
20:00 › Deconstructing Dad – The Music, Machines and Mystery of Raymond Scott
Documentary by Stan Warnow, US 2010, German premiere