Bilderbogen: Blurred Edges “multiphonics” / Solo: Matthias Müller / Trio: Andrew Raffo Dewar, John Hughes, Chad Popple / Werkhaus Münzviertel / 14. Juni 2019

Karin Missy Paule Haenlein 
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Matthias Müller
Andrew Raffo Dewar / John Hughes / Chad Popple
Matthias Müller / John Hughes / Andrew Raffo Dewar / Chad Popple

Matthias Müller‘s playing is characterized by an extraordinary range of unconventional and self-developed techniques which stretch the boundaries of sound and improvisation while staying true to the musical process. In addition to being a member of the 24-piece improvising ensemble, “Splitter Orchester“ he plays with internationally recognized improvisers such as John Edwards, Mark Sanders, George Lewis, Axel Dörner, Tobias Delius, Olaf Rupp, and Sofia Jernberg.

Andrew Raffo Dewar‘s work has been performed or installed throughout North America, Southeast Asia, and Europe. He appears on nearly two dozen recordings, and has studied and/or worked with experimental music innovators Anthony Braxton, Bill Dixon, Steve Lacy and Alvin Lucier. Dewar and his trio will premiere a new set of compositions that build on his 2015 suite “Reflejo,” which explored fragmentation, reflections, and refractions of simple thematic material via an aesthetic inspired by the experimental “chamber jazz” of Jimmy Giuffre’s early 1960s trio.

s. weiter: “Bilderbogen: multiphonics 12.8.2016 Werkhaus Münzviertel”: