Spatial Audio Performance
During the second night of public concerts highlighting EMPAC’s Spatial Audio Summer Workshop, Hans Tutschku will present four multi-channel electronic compositions arranged for a large array of loudspeakers. Tutschku is a master in the creation and performance of music that includes sonic movement, space, and scale as important features of the listening experience. For this performance, Tutschku will adapt his work for a 248-channel Wave Field Synthesis array and 60-channel Ambisonic dome surrounding the audience in EMPAC’s Concert Hall.
- Rituale (2004)
- agitated slowness (2010)
- remembering Japan - part 1 (2016)
- Issho-ni (2014)
Hans Tutschku is the Fanny P. Mason Professor of Music at Harvard University, where he is the Director of the Harvard University Studio for Electroacoustic Composition. He studied composition in Birmingham, Dresden, The Hague, and Paris, and has toured more than 30 countries as founding member of the Ensemble für Intuitive Musik Weimar. Aside from composing instrumental and electronic music, he has realized several multimedia productions, conceiving video and choreography.