EvEnTo 3 Movimentos para Orquestra
EvEnTo 3 Movimentos para Orquestra
The Orqestra de Laptops de São Paulo (OLSP) is formed by ten hyper instrumentalists who “play” laptops equipped with the highest technology available, in interfaces as well in software. This orchestra generates a multimedia show entitled “EvEnTo 3 Movimentos para Orquestra”, by Wilson Sukorski. Devourers of the most different sonorities, the little digital machines – laptops and peripherals – are in themselves micro-plants or “orchestras in a box”, and through several types of high-tech software and interfaces they transform/transmute into a hyper instrumentalist their real-time pilot-musician-producer. That is the essence of OLSP’s creative process. Freedom and collectivity. OLSP is also a posthumous homage to the late traditional symphonic orchestra and a break – of the kick-in-the-ass kind – with the cultural indigence of rock bands and other similar grouplets of the pre-download commercial pop – and at the same time an open and participative invitation to DJs, producers and other lonely professionals to look for gregariousness – that quality so musical. Repertoire 1st Movement: Half and idiot (13’33) – Noise music for ten laptops and videoprojections. A wide range of vocal materials totally transmuted toward a sudden moment of suspension – a singularity in which something inexplicable happens, and we won’t waste time trying to explain it here… 2nd Movement: Celestium para MG (12’01) – For ten laptops, three vocal female performers, videoprojections. A temporal score for free improvisation, based on proportions suggested in biomath by Matila Ghyka (1946), the human body in evidence, in proportions here transformed into time, into performance and transformed images. 3rd Movement: Banquete Elétrico (14’07) – Lounge in exotic rhythms on essences and other olfactory relations and its reverberations in the hearing universe. For a “chef” or “perfumist”, exploring odors and other features. All compositions by Wilson Sukorski – Ed. Demolições Musicais. Rider Técnico Mesa mixer 24 canais digital e 8 submasters amplificação quadrafônica (4 caixas nos cantos da sala) 2 subwooffers 20 direct boxes (para os laptops) ou multicabo e mesa com entradas 1 microfone para voz (headset sem fio) Luz / Vídeo / Material 2 projetores de video com entrada para Mac focos de luz para todos (10 pinos elipsoidais) 3 focos elipsoidais com contra e frontal (para as performers) 1 quadrado central para o performer 10 pequenas mesas individuais (muito bonitas).
Wilson Sukorski is a composer, electronic musician, creator/producer of musical content for radio/video/films, designer and builder of original musical instruments, and researcher in digital audio. He works intensely in several musical activities in Brazil, composing for films, experimental videos, audio-art installations, “Art and Madness” events, besides special projects – such as Amazing Amazon (1998/99), a composition with genetic algorithms, or the systems of automatic composition Música Pessoal (87) and Música Fractal (89), passing by media events such as PTYX (84) or O Médium das Mídias (86), or playing live for the 1929 silent movie São Paulo A Symphonia da Metrópole (96). He researched between 2000 and 2002 creation of content in a high-end computer environment, using the software-synthesis program CSound, virtual actors, electronic music and live performance at Leibniz An Electronic Opera – inspired on the life and work of German philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. The project was developed with prof. Dr. Ruggero Ruschioni, through the Grupo de Mídias Eletrônicas, Divisão de Sistemas Digitais at LSI, Escola Politécnica, USP – MRL Media Research Lab at New York University and Instituto Itaú Cultural. Presently, he researches to develop the opera PRNY – Projeto para uma Revolução em New York – Prize PAC / ICMS de Música 07, with text by Alain Robbe Grillet, about a strange revolution in the capital of capitalism; research related to spectral harmony, Max, virtual instruments, sonic installations, among other interests.