[microsound-announce] 08.08.2012 – Paul Hession in Berlin – special evening at Bei Roy

julian bonequi bonequi at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 18:38:47 EDT 2012

Special evening in collaboration with Ohrengala-Bei Roy -

*Doors open at 21:00  - **First concert start sharp at 21:30*

special guest:


21:30 | String Quartet
Stephan Bleier, Tristan Honsinger, Klaus Kürvers, Denitsa Mineva
22:10 | Das Apparat,  sax/bassclarinet, turntable, drums & voice
Zeger Vandenbussche, Julius Holtz, Julian Bonequi
22:45 | Drums solo
Paul Hession
Octet! with Paul Hession
Bleier (contrabass), Kürvers (contrabass), Honsinger (cello), Mineva
(violin), Vandenbussche (sax/bass clarinet), Holtz (turntable), Hession
(drums), Bonequi (drums)

PAUL HESSION | drums - http://www.auditionrecords.com/ar028.php

*Paul Hession* was born in Leeds in 1956. He took up drumming at the age of
15 and since then has played and broadcast in many European & Scandinavian
countries as well as Argentina, Mexico, Cuba, USA & Canada. He has played
with many of the major figures on the free music scene, such as: Peter
Brötzmann, Derek Bailey, Evan Parker, Lol Coxhill, Sunny Murray, Marshall
Allen, Frode Gjerstad, Peter Kowald, Joe McPhee, Borah Bergman, Otomo
Yoshihide & his old friends Alan Wilkinson, Simon Fell, Mick Beck &
Hans-Peter Hiby. Collaborators from a different scene are Squarepusher and
dj/producer Paul Woolford. He is known to relish the interaction of
collective music-making, but also responds to the challenge of solo

READ MORE www.softdrum.com


STEPHAN BLEIER [DE] | contrabass. German jazz double bassist and
contemporary composer, born April 1973 in Karlsruhe. Recordings: Michael
Gross Trio (Konnex Records), Sven-Åke Johanssons Ol’ Man Rebop Ensemble (I
hear Music at SÅJ label),…

TRISTAN HONSINGER [US] | cello/voice (1949 Vermont). According to Dutch
Volkskrant journalist Erik van de Berg, “Honsinger is someone who hasn’t
lost his childhood fantasy entirely. His compositions are like a child’s
drawing, or even more like a story from Winnie The Pooh: awkward and
touchingly simple, yet full of deeper meanings for those who want to see
them.” In the same article, Honsinger commented: “Simple things fascinate
me, simple stories and simple characters. It’s not that I write for
children in particular, but I think they would understand it very well…”

KLAUS KÜRVERS [DE] | (contrabass) born 1950 in Essen (Germany), doublebass
studies 1964-68 among others with Peter Trunk. During the late sixties
member of the Essen Youth Symphony Orchestra and also at the same time of
different amateur Jazz groups (“Free Jazz” since 1967); 1969-71 in Cologne
with the Jazz-Rock-Group “Eiliff” (w/Rainer Brüninghaus). Interrupted
1972-2006 his public music activities for his studies and professional
scientific career as an architect and cultural historian in Berlin. Since
2006 resumption of his musical activities as part of the Berlin improvisers

DENITSA MINEVA [BG] | violin. Berlin based free improvisor, instant
composer. Founder & Head at spiral school of music. Private Violin, Piano,
Recorder & Theory Tutor. Worked as Music Specialist at International School
Villa Amalienhof and at Istanbul International School. Studied at Academy
for Music and Dance Art, Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Vesselin Stoyanov Music High
School, Russe, Bulgaria. University of St Andrews, United Kingdom.


Das Apparat ”is a powerful trio while subtle that blends the tradition of
jazz and electroacoustic-free-folk music into improvisations of ascendent
grooves & multinstrumental catharsis in real time.”

ZEGER VANDENBUSSCHE [BE] (saxophone and bass clarinet) studied at the royal
conservatory of Gent, Belgium. Being an active member of the Belgian jazz
and improvisational music scene, he toured in Belgium, Holland, Germany,
France, Italy, Spain and Portugal, playing reed instruments and double bass.

JULIUS HOLTZ [DE] (turntable) found an old turntable on the street at the
age of fifteen. He plugged it into his hi-fi amplifier, started to scratch
and did fadings with the volume knob. His parents were surprised by the
strange noise coming from his room but the professors at the Berlin
University of the Arts liked his work and so he studied sound.

JULIAN BONEQUI [MX] (amplified drums and voice) started into music working
with improvisers and inmerse in the experimental music scene since 1995 in
Mexico City. In 2004 he moved to Europe playing as guest of many ensembles
as London Improvisers Orchestra, Berlin Imrpovisers Orchestra, FOCO
Orchestra… in 2010 he moves to Berlin and launched “Audition Records”

read more |  AUDITION
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