Haagse Popweek X Synergy Sessions | 20 oktober
Het Koorenhuis, ProJazz and the Royal Conservatoire are coming together to bring you a new jamsession event! Synergy Sessions will take place on 20 October during the Hague Popweek!
Synergy Sessions: sessions aiming to push the boundaries of the improvisation scene in The Hague.
Het Koorenhuis, ProJazz and the Royal Conservatoire are coming together to bring you a new session format, welcoming artists from different disciplines and art forms to widen the view of what improvised creation can look and sound like.
At each session there will be an opener and a theme of the evening, guiding each event in a unique direction.
We would like to invite you to Synergy Sessions that will take place on Thursday October 20th. The theme of the evening is ‘The Processed Voice’.
“The two jazz-vocalists Annija Krivjonoka and Giulia Bättig are teaming up with two sonologists from the Royal Conservatoire in Den Haag. Seraina Fässler and Otso Aho will process the two voices live, and morph them into unknown sounds, while soundscapes and chords textures are accompanying these voice-experiments. After this opening set, everyone is invited to take their instruments and voices and try out to play songs and improvisations whilst some instruments and voices will be processed live.”
Synergy Sessions is an evening where everyone can bring their instruments, and we can try out different ways to process them electronically, and we encourage people to bring their own processing equipment if they like.
Where: Synergy Sessions | Het Koorenhuis cafe
Time: 21:00 – 23:00
We invite everyone from any artistic discipline and experience level to join us!
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Powered by Het Koorenhuis and will take place during The Hague Popweek.
The Hague Popweek will take place from 14 to 22 October. Nine days long, The Hague will be completely dominated by pop music from The Hague! Performances, workshops, (network)events, speed dates and pop prizes in which the Hague musicians are central.