时间 Time 2017.10.25 21:20 - 22:20 场地 Venue 华侨城创意文化园北区B10现场 B10 Live, North District of OCT-LOFT
演出者 Artists Yannick Barman - 小号 Trumpet / 电脑 Laptop Jean Morisod & Maxime Gianinetti - 视觉 Visual
Yannick Barman 1973年生于瑞士圣莫里斯。作为一位跨界艺术家，他此次带来的爵士与电子原声演出将把视觉与音乐融为一体，伴随着电子乐，一边吹奏小号，一边操纵电脑。其作品编排通过对小号的音色进行采样与转化，辅以电子节拍，挖掘出小号在声音表现力上的更多潜能。 Yannick Barman最初是一位古典爵士乐手，不久开始对电子乐产生兴趣。自那以后，他逐渐尝试在演奏中加入电脑创作的声音。精妙的节奏与空灵飘渺的背景音，使得他成为爵士和古典音乐家们炙手可热的合作对象。他受邀参加许多项目，并在欧亚非三大洲进行巡演。他也曾多次与欧洲交响乐团合作。他的爵士/电子原声乐队KiKu签约瑞士知名电子/实验音乐厂牌Everest Records。2015年， KiKu联合Blixa Bargeld（德国传奇工业噪音乐队Einstürzende Neubauten的创建者与主唱）发行了实验专辑《Marcher Sur La Tête》，Yannick Barman是作曲者之一。 “潜行者”是他最新的音乐与视觉项目，包含摄影展、影片、演出与唱片，致敬前苏联导演安德烈·塔可夫斯基于1979年上映的同名影片。这个项目的最初灵感来自他2012至2015年间在欧洲、俄罗斯和亚洲巡演时捕捉的影像。 这次，Yannick带着“潜行者”来到了第七届OCT-LOFT国际爵士音乐节。表演的视觉部分将由大量未经修饰的黑白照片和录像组成，这些影像同时也是其创作数字与电子乐的灵感来源。他的音乐以变幻的布鲁斯调味，佐以失真的小号，还有无数激发出电影式的宇宙与奇异叙事的声响。这些声音和图像有无数个组合方式，每次呈现的故事都各不相同而又光怪陆离，给予观者和听者广阔自由的解读空间。
Yannick Barman was born in St-Maurice in 1973. He can be called as a crossover artist. His Jazz and electronical acoustic show includes both visuals and music. Accompanied by live electronic music, the artist is playing trumpet and computer. The compositions are realized from trumpet's sounds, sampled and transformed then added with electronic beats. The result is the extraction of a new sound potential from the trumpet. Starting out as a classical jazz artist, Barman soon started to take an interest in electronical music. From that point on, he has started to add the integrated computers into his sounds. Because of his delicate beats and ambient-sound background he gets invited to projects by jazz as well as classical musicians and tours around Europe, Asia and Africa. He has repeatedly cooperated with European orchestras. Additionally, in 2015, his jazz/electroacoustic band Kiku collaborated with Blixa Bargeld and released an experimental album “Marcher Sur La Tête”, and Barman is one of the composers. "Stalker" is Yannick Barman's new musical and visual project including photo exhibitions, video, concerts and album. Created in honor of Tarkovsky, it was first inspired by images captured during his previous solo tours in Europe, Russia and Asia, from 2012 to 2015. The visual part of the spectacle will consist of untreated photos and videos, frequently in black and white. They serve as the composer's inspiration of the digital and electronic musics, which are flavored with inflections of the blues, a distorted trumpet, and sounds which evoke both a cinematographic universe as well as a curious narrative. These sounds and images can be infinitely combined, creating each time a different and strange story, which the spectator-listener can freely and individually interpret.
*This program is supported by Pro Helvetia Shanghai, Swiss Arts Council.