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Ensemble NOTSTROM

Ensemble NOTSTROM
Postfach 6673
CH-8023 Zürich
Schweiz

Tel: +41 (0)1 241 01 89
Internet: www.neuemusik.ch/notstrom


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Notstrom signifies the absolute minimum: a live electronisist and an instrumentalist.
Notstrom consists of basic concertante equipment: a laptop and a saxophone.
Notstrom attaches importance to interaction, to communication, to music.
Notstrom lays stress on the making of music and not on the production of sound.
Notstrom has already performed music by Georg Katzer, Rainer Rubbert and Gary Berger.
Notstrom comes from Zurich, on the lake of Zurich.
Notstrom has also interpreted pieces by Helmut Zapf and Alex Buess.
Notstrom has small and large saxophones.
Notstrom can do other things.
Notstrom was already in Berlin, Portugal, Rome and even in Basel.
Notstrom was founded as a duo in 1998 at the world permiere of 'LINK'.
Notstrom can also perform for example as a trio.
Notstrom has already performed as a quintet.
Notstrom is Gary Berger (elektronic) and Rico Gubler (saxophone).
Notstrom is also an installation.
Notstrom can be bought.
Notstrom also performs with solar energy.
Notstrom seeks the way between composition, interpretation and improvisation.
Notstrom arose from a need.
Notstrom can perform on, next to and completely without a stage.
Notstrom plays with max.
Notstrom places the computer on the stage for all to see.
Notstrom also performs electronic classics including those by John Cage or Karlheinz Stockhausen.
Notstrom is a quality product.
Notstrom performed at the Expo ('Klangturm').
Notstrom is open to experimentation.
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Strom.
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Members:
Gary Berger (electronics / tape)
Rico Gubler (saxophone)


Repertory
Gary Berger: Link for alto saxophone and live electronic
Gary Berger: Ewn-ts 1-4 für Elektronik solo
Luciano Berio: Sequenza VIIb für Sopransaxophon
Alex Buess: ATA-7 for soprano sax and electroacoustic ensemble
Alex Buess: AUDIO KONSTRUCT. ARCH. II for saxophone and live electronics
Gérard Grisey: Anubis, Nout für Bariton- oder Bassaxophon
Georg Katzer: Dialog Imaginär 6 für Tenorsaxophon, Tonband und Live-Elektronik
Urs Leimgruber: Extension II für zwei Saxophonisten und zwei Live-Elektroniker
Rainer Rubbert: Paris is Burning für Tenorsaxophon und Live-Elektronik
Giacinto Scelsi: Tre Pezzi für Sopransaxophon
Karlheinz Stockhausen: SOLO für Melodieinstrument und Rückkoppelung
Helmut Zapf: 2:1 für Tenorsaxophon und Live-Elektronik