MOST EKSPERIMENTALE LJUBLJANA~MOSTAR
Mostar, 20. in 21.11. 2007
Po uspešno izvedenih projektih "Zvočni most Ljubljana-Berlin"(april/maj 2006) ter "Zvočna linija Ljubljana-Dunaj-Bratislava" (maj 2007), Kataman Glasbena Akcija! pripravlja že tretji ekspanzionistični pohod mladih sil domače glasbene eksperimentale. Tokrat na vzhod, v osrčje naše nekdanje širše domovine.
Namen projekta je predstavitev novejše slovenske glasbene kreative v enem od centrov sodobnega glasbenega dogajanja na področju nekdanje Jugoslavije, hkrati pa izmenjava izkušenj in preplet kreativnih sil z odličnimi mostarskimi glasbeniki.
Projekt se bo odvijal v kulturnem centru OKC Abrašević, sodelujejo pa:
Alzheimer Trio (Tomaž Grom / Matjaž Manček / Marjan Stanič)
Z mostarske strani Mosta pa sodelujejo:
Atilla Aksoj (Zoster)
Andrijan Zovko, Nedim Ćišić, Asmir Šabić (Vuneny)
Torek, 20.11., OKC Abrašević:
Luka Zagoričnik - predstavitev slovenske eksperimentalne scene
iT (Irena Tomažin) - solo / vokal, kasetofoni
Alzheimer Trio - koncert improvizirane glasbe
Sreda, 21.11., OKC Abrašević:
Borut Savski - solo / računalnik, objekti, video
Miha Ciglar - solo / električna kitara, mešalna miza
saMMan (M.Manček) & Husein Oručević - improvizirani nastop / preparirana kitara, terenski posnetki, vokal
Tomažin / Stanič / Aksoj / Zovko /Šabić /Čišić. - improvizirani nastop / vokal, kitara, bobni, bas, samplerji, perkusije.
Produkcija projekta: Kataman Glasbena Akcija! in OKC Abrašević
Podpora: Ministrstvo za kulturo Republike Slovenije
In the region called the Western Balkans, South East Europe or countries of former Yugoslavia. Cross Music Information Center is the biggest music database, and the first of its kind, The data placed on the CrossMIC portal provides basic information about all active musicians, bands, clubs, concert venues, labels and specialized media, associated with contemporary music of various genres.
The portal was modeled upon many similar centers existing throughout Europe, and the reason for its establishment was primarily the lack of any similar database in this geographical area as well as the growing need for the music scenes of this region to link together.
One of activities of CrossMIC is to provide all kinds of information; to establish and promote communication among artists, labels, festivals and media; to promote new music within the region itself as well as outside it; to cooperate with other information centers in Europe.
CrossMIC emerged from the cultural and media network Cross Radio, which exists since 2000. The center headquarters are in Belgrade, with branches in Ljubljana, Zagreb, Mostar, Pristina and Skopje.
KATAMAN Action is Slovenian partner of the CrossMIC project.
For the Radio Day Cross Radio will present some of the most up-coming bands from the area of former Yugoslavia. With music the programme-makers will gather thoughts, spirit and ideas that have in the past connected and are still connecting different languages, cultures, habits and diversities. Cross radio will prove that the friendship among former Yugoslavian peoples is still alive and goes on.
The Cross Radio project was one of the first initiatives for re-building bridges of communication and cooperation in radio and the cultural field in the area of former Yugoslavia. In February 2001 a group of radio activists from Radio B92/Belgrade, Radio Student/Zagreb and Radio Student/Ljubljana came up with an idea of radio programme exchange on regular weekly basis. Each radio produced a 20 minute long feature about current activities and happenings in local cultural scene (focus was on new, young, independent cultural production) and shipped material on recorded mini-discs to other two stations with help of public transport operators. Each radio station then broadcasted all three productions in one 1-hour Cross Radio programme time.
After few months of positive experiences, new radio stations were invited to join the project - the idea was to cover all scenes of all ex-Yugoslav regions - and internet became a media for exchanging programme files. Cross Radio is gathering thoughts, spirit and ideas that have in the past connected and are still connecting different languages, cultures, habits and diversities in the ex-Yu region. Cross radio will prove that the friendship among former Yugoslavian peoples is still alive and goes on.
At the moment Cross Radio project integrates action from 12 radio stations - 5 from Serbia, 2 from Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2 from Slovenia, 1 from Kosovo, 1 from Macedonia and 1 from Switzerland (produced by members of the Bosnian community in Zurich). Cross Radio celebrates 5 years of continuous action, more than 220 shows were produced and broadcasted so far.
Radio B92, Beograd
Radio Študent, Ljubljana (89,3 mHz, vsako soboto ob 12h, ponovitev v sredo ob 24.00)
Radio Stari most, Mostar
Radio MARŠ, Maribor (95,9 mHz, vsako soboto ob 14h)
Kanal 103, Skopje
Radio Blue Sky, Prishtina
Studentski Radio eFM, Sarajevo
Radio Kojot, Zrenjanin
In Radio, Novi Sad
Radio Lora, Zürich
Radio Fro, Linz
Cross Radio is already online with the website www.crossradio.org - exploring the possibilities to also start operating as a net-radio, which should be an important upgrade of the project and enabling further dissemination of its idea and its contents.
Radio Študent in and Radio MARŠ are Slovenian partners of the project.
KATAMAN Action is taking care of promotion of Cross Radio project in Slovenia and beyond.
Ljubljana-Berlin Soundbridge/Zvočni most 2006
Project Ljubljana-Berlin Soundbridge 2006 is designed as an exchange project of new music artists, groups and projects between Ljubljana and Berlin. The project consists of several presentations of slovenian music projects in Berlin and few presentations of referential Berlinian projects in Ljubljana. One presentation in Berlin will include collaboration of Berlinian musician with Slovenian artists and one presentation in Ljubljana will include collaboration of Slovenian musician with Berlinian one.
The project is focused on contemporary music research in fields of electronic and acoustic praxis, rich with experiment and improvisation.
Project will take place in April and May 2006.
Programme and further information is following soon.