EOC live in September and October!

Good news to all of you spatial audio and synthesizer fans:
The EOC will play two shows this September and October!

We are invited to Kontakte 2019 (2019-09-26) at the AdK Berlin and NOW! Festival (2019-10-26) in Essen.

Information is still scarce, as both events haven't launched their web portfolio yet. We will post more details as soon as they are made available to us.

We hope to see you there!

A new home

The Electronic Orchestra Charlottenburg now has its own website!
We are currently still on the task of moving all media into one location, but you can already listen to some pieces of past performances and read up on what we have been doing over the years on our Live page.

NOW!

Info

On 26th October the EOC will perform at PACT Zollverein, Bullmannaue 20a, 45327 Essen.
The concert is part of the Late Night Concert & DJ Session programme of the festival NOW! Transit and will start at 21:30.

Pieces

"Blodgett" by Robert Stokowy (2019)

"Discount" by Henrik von Coler (2017)

"S-Tog" by Mark Applebaum (1991)

"Treatise" by Cornelius Cardew (1963 - 1967)

"Heavy Rotations" by Henrik von Coler (2019)



Cast

  • Andrea Lange (Modular Synthesizer, Tape)
  • Andreas Schuller (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Anyere Bendrien (Modular Synthesizer)
  • David Runge (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Henrik von Coler (Mixing, Spatialization)
  • Jonas Margraf (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Klaus Scheuermann (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Matt Hughes (3D Animation)
  • Miriam Siebenstädt (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Paul Schuladen (Tech, Recording)
  • Robin Burke (Modular Synthesizer)

Kontakte 2019

Info

On 26th September the EOC performed at AdK, Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin.
The concert was part of the late night programme of the festival Kontakte 2019 within the Month of Contemporary Music and starts at 22:30.
It premiered Robert Stokowy's piece "Blodgett", an adaption of S-tog by Mark Applebaum and an interpretation of the classic graphical score Treatise (1963-1967) by Cornelius Cardew.
For this concert the EOC teamed up with the Sydney-based visual artist Matt Hughes, to generate a highly integrated audiovisual concept.
INM posters with DISCOUNT graphics

Pieces

"Blodgett" by Robert Stokowy (2019) (Premiere)

"Discount" by Henrik von Coler (2017)

"S-Tog" by Mark Applebaum (1991)

"Treatise" by Cornelius Cardew (1963 - 1967)

"Heavy Rotations" by Henrik von Coler (2019)



Cast

  • Andrea Lange (Modular Synthesizer, Tape)
  • Andreas Schuller (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Anyere Bendrien (Modular Synthesizer)
  • David Runge (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Henrik von Coler (Mixing, Spatialization)
  • Jonas Margraf (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Klaus Scheuermann (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Matt Hughes (3D Animation)
  • Paul Schuladen (Tech, Recording)
  • Robin Burke (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Rodrigo Sena (Modular Synthesizer)

Artisten-Halle 2019

Info

On 8th March 2019 the EOC played at the Artisten-Halle, Berlin on their (surprisingly bassy) eight-channel speaker system. The evening was shared with solo performances by AA..LL, 1)3\/1532 and TRUMMERSCHLUNK.

Pieces

"Heavy Rotations" by Henrik von Coler (2019)

"Coffee Rings" by Robert Stokowy (2018)

Cast

  • Andrea Lange (Modular Synthesizer, Tape)
  • Andreas Schuller (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Anyere Bendrien (Modular Synthesizer)
  • David Runge (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Henrik von Coler (Mixing, Spatialization)
  • Jonas Margraf (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Klaus Scheuermann (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Paul Schuladen (Tech, Recording)
  • Robin Burke (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Rodrigo Sena (Modular Synthesizer)
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Curt-Sachs-Saal 2018

Info

12 electronic and electroacoustic instruments, live spatialized on large multichannel speaker system – the Electronic Orchestra Charlottenburg (EOC), a project of the Electronic Music Studio at TU Berlin, explores means of organizing and spatializing the seemingly infinite diversity of electronic sounds in a larger ensemble.

EOC in concert.

EOC in concert, 2018-02-10 at Curt-Sachs-Saal, SIM (Photo by Jörg Riehle)

EOC during rehearsals.

EOC Dress Rehearsal, 2018-02-10 at Curt-Sachs-Saal, SIM (Photo by Jörg Riehle)

More photos can be found in the gallery.

Pieces

"Metaphysics of Notation" by Mark Applebaum (2008)

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"Treatise" by Cornelius Cardew (1963 - 1967)

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"Discount" by Henrik von Coler (2017)

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[1] (1, 2, 3) Dummy head recordings, mixed with synthesized binaural mix from the original speaker signals.

Cast

  • Andreas Schuller (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Anyere Bendrien (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Canberk Turan (Digital Effects)
  • David Runge (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Fabian Werfel (Effects/ Feedback System)
  • Henrik von Coler (Mixing, Spatialization)
  • Jonas Margraf (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Juan Song (Guqin)
  • Klaus Scheuermann (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Lucas Weidinger (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Nicole Lujan (Processed Recordings)
  • Pascal Staudt (Push Pull)
  • Paul Schuladen (Tech, Recording)
  • Viktor Schlüter (Analog Synthesizer)

Media Coverage

SuperBooth 2018

Info

On 5th May 2018 the EOC played at SuperBooth 2018. We brought a 12-channel speaker system for this performance with seven modular synthesizers.

EOC in concert.

EOC in concert, 2018-05-05 at FEZ, Berlin

Pieces

"Rotation" by Henrik von Coler (2017)

"Discount" by Henrik von Coler (2017)

"Improvisation"

Cast

  • Andreas Schuller (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Anyere Bendrien (Modular Synthesizer)
  • David Runge (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Henrik von Coler (Mixing, Spatialization)
  • Jonas Margraf (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Klaus Scheuermann (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Paul Schuladen (Tech, Recording)
  • Robin Burke (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Rodrigo Sena (Modular Synthesizer)

Linux Audio Conference 2018

Info

On 9th June 2018, the EOC played at the Linux Audio Conference 2018 in Berlin.

Pieces

"Rotations 2" by Henrik von Coler (2017)

Cast

  • Andreas Schuller (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Anyere Bendrien (Modular Synthesizer)
  • David Runge (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Henrik von Coler (Mixing, Spatialization)
  • Jonas Margraf (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Klaus Scheuermann (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Pascal Staudt (Push Pull)
  • Paul Schuladen (Tech, Recording)
  • Robin Burke (Modular Synthesizer)

Sinuston 2018

Info

On 28th October 2018 the EOC played at the annual Sinuston Festival in Magdeburg, Germany.

The concert consisted of three graphical notation pieces by Cornelius Cardew, Henrik von Coler and Robert Stokowy (of which the latter was a premiere).

Pieces

"Treatise" by Cornelius Cardew (1963 - 1967)

"Discount" by Henrik von Coler (2017)

"Coffee Rings" by Robert Stokowy (2018)

Cast

  • Andrea Lange (Modular Synthesizer, Tape)
  • Andreas Schuller (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Anyere Bendrien (Modular Synthesizer)
  • David Runge (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Henrik von Coler (Mixing, Spatialization)
  • Jonas Margraf (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Klaus Scheuermann (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Pascal Staudt (Push Pull)
  • Paul Schuladen (Tech, Recording)
  • Robin Burke (Modular Synthesizer)
  • Rodrigo Sena (Modular Synthesizer)

Media Coverage

“Uniorchester unter Strom” – SWR2 Cluster. Das Musikmagazin (German)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiJEzqJUBfg

Broadcast about the Electronic Orchestra Charlottenburg, featuring Henrik von Coler, Jonas Margraf and Pascal Staudt.

Aired: 2018-07-16 15:05 on SWR2