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Darmstadt On Air is a series of conversations on music and experiment. In each episode, tutors and guest artists of the Darmstadt Summer Course (Darmstädter Ferienkurse) are hosting a conversation on a subject that is important to them.

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Darmstadt On Air is a series of conversations on music and experiment. In each episode, tutors and guest artists of the Darmstadt Summer Course (Darmstädter Ferienkurse) are hosting a conversation on a subject that is important to them.

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    Darmstadt On Air #3: Poemproducer meets digipoet

    Darmstadt On Air #3: Poemproducer meets digipoet

    The third episode of Darmstadt On Air, the audio podcast of the Darmstadt Summer Course, is hosted by Antye Greie-Ripatti, also known as Poemproducer or AGF. Antye is a German electronic musician and composer, now living in Northern Finland. She chatted with YATTA, a Los Angeles and Brooklyn based interdisciplinary artist and musician. YATTA has shared the stage with musicians like Cardi B, William Basinski and The Sun Ra Arkestra. Improvised poetry is an important aspect in YATTA’s drone based performances on stage.

    Antye and YATTA met for the first time some years ago when they had both been invited to a festival curated by Moor Mother. In this podcast, YATTA and AGF chat about whiteness, white nights, black lives in the US in relation to music making, and the voice in 2020.

    Many thanks to AGF and YATTA, to Antye also for the editing, Stefan Prins for the jingle, and Olaf Mielke!

    • 34 Min.
    Darmstadt On Air #2: The not quite innocent bystanders

    Darmstadt On Air #2: The not quite innocent bystanders

    The second episode of Darmstadt On Air, the new audio podcast of the Darmstadt Summer Course on music and experiment, is dedicated to the role of interpreting artists. Yaron Deutsch, founder and guitar player of Ensemble Nikel seeks to shed some light on the importance of musicians for bringing new pieces into life. He asked Irvine Arditti, founder and first violinist of the Arditti Quartet, to discuss about what it means to receive a new score from a composer and to start from scratch, the musicians‘ impact on creation and what a personal sound could be.
    They’ve never talked before in real life, but had a lively exchange via telephone before they met on Zoom – Irvine from London and Yaron from Tel Aviv – on 16 July 2020 to record this conversation.

    Many thanks to Irvine Arditti and Yaron Deutsch, to Yaron also for the editing, Stefan Prins for the jingle, and Olaf Mielke!

    • 49 Min.
    Darmstadt On Air #1: Breaking the system is not a mistake

    Darmstadt On Air #1: Breaking the system is not a mistake

    Darmstadt On Air is the new series of audio podcasts of the Darmstadt Summer Course! As the 2020 Darmstadt Summer Course has to be postponed until 2021, we'd like to build a bridge between this summer and next summer by initiating conversations on music and sharing them with you. We’ve asked some of our academy tutors and guest artists to host a conversation on a subject that is important to them.

    We start with Irish composer and performer Jennifer Walshe who met New York based composer and researcher George Lewis at the Darmstadt Summer Course in 2018. That’s where their discussion on Artificial Intelligence started after a lecture that Jenny had contributed. They continued their exchange about AI and their artistic approaches to it via Zoom on 14 July 2020, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Thanks to: first of all Jennifer Walshe and George Lewis, Stefan Prins for the jingle, and Olaf Mielke!

    • 53 Min.

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