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Open Call Artists On Air

Blue and translucent as the air in Ii the violets bloom in the meadows: Yes, it is still late spring here. And just as translucent and glittering are the 28+ compositions Datscha Radio received from all corners of the world as contributions to our “Air ‘in Air’ program, broadcast between the 15th and the 19th of June.

Pieces shorter than one can hold one’s breath and pieces with enough oxygene to survive a trip into space. There are ventilators, flutes, noses in marriage with microphones, extensive compositions, ‘ear plays’, airy choirs and every now and then a musical evaporation  of voices into the hues and blues.

Datscha Radio is very much looking forward to present the following international artists (here in alphabetical order):

We are delighted to welcome you to “Air ‘on Air’! Thank you for sending us your works!

  • Castelló_Domínguez & Rangel_Moreno
  • Cenk Bekdemir
  • Charlotte Law
  • Chelidon Frame
  • Dirk Hülstrunk
  • Elisabeth Shores
  • Eva Sjuve
  • Gabriele de Seta
  • Hagai Itzenberg
  • Hans Castrup
  • Ian Joyce
  • Isto Rahkila
  • Jaakko Autio
  • Joana Jardim & Filipe Miranda
  • Jussi_Alaraasakka
  • KAZUYA_Ishigami
  • La Claud
  • Lauren Wong
  • Lucas Norer
  • Martin Virgili
  • Peter Courtemanche
  • Roberto_D’Ugo
  • Sebastian Pafundo
  • Sol Rezza, Franco Falistoko
  • Stephen Shiell
  • Steve Transcoder
  • Stuart_Mellor
  • The Square Root of Negative Two
  • Tiger Stangl
  • Voice Changer
  • Wilfried Hanrath

Due to the extraordinarily varying time spans of the different works we are still in the process of deciding how to implement them into the running schedule. State of things currently:

Pieces up to ca. 15-20 minutes will be presented in our shows. Longer works will be grouped into ‘Special Hours’ and broadcast either before and after those, with due credits given after respectively before.

We will keep you updated with more informations as soon as possible, with the midnight sun aiding us staying in awake with its untiring ray on sun (or else the ever hungry mosquitos)!

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