7:30pm - 9pm
Saturday 25 May 2019
Moog Symposium - a celebration of eMego: Finlay Shakespeare performance
The symposium will culminate with a live evening performance, featuring Moog System 55 and other modular synthesisers, by one of eMego’s most recent signings, Finlay Shakespeare.
This event is a part of the two-day Moog Symposium - a celebration of eMego.
from £2.00 to £10.00
PERFORMING ARTS TECHNOLOGY STUDIOS (PATS) BUILDING
University of Surrey
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Shakespeare will perform material from is new release “Domestic Economy” described by eMego as “… a damn near perfect amalgamation of historical respect and contemporary anxiety wrapped in an exquisite song-form package.”
The Moog Symposium is also delighted to host an exhibition of Japanoise flyers created between 1994 to 2011, from the personal collection of Kohei Gomi (Pain Jerk / AMP Label). Attendees to the evening performance will receive a free copy of the extensive full colour catalogue of the Japanoise exhibition, with forewords by David Novak (author of Japanoise (Duke Uni Press 2023), Lasse Marhaug, Paul Smith (Moog Recordings Library/blastfirstpetite).
The Japanoise exhibition and publication were created with the kind support of The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.
About the Moog Symposium
The Moog Symposium at Surrey unites the historic innovations of Bob Moog’s synthesisers with contemporary practices and technologies in modular synthesis; an approach to sound generation instigated by the pioneering creativity of Bob Moog’s designs.
As part of the re-shaped Guildford International Music Festival the University of Surrey presents a celebration of the Vienna-based electronic music label Edition Mego. eMego have become one of the world’s leading publishers of electronic and experimental music. The label founder and director Peter Rehberg (Pita) will perform alongside one the UK’s most significant and innovative audio artists Russell Haswell.
About the Moog Sound Lab
The Department of Music and Media has been home to the Moog Soundlab UK for the past three years, hosting a series of artist residencies and student workshops. The Soundlab has provided a fantastic resource for students studying music, creative music technology and music and sound recording (Tonmeister), who have worked with the lab and also supported a series of international artists who have been invited to create new works. The Moog Soundlab project has been coordinated in collaboration with an independent producer, Paul Smith, who curates MSL artist residencies.