May 18th Sat, 10:00 PM – 11:00 PM | Konvikt – šapitó

    noise control barrier


    concert | free entry

    “An exploration of diverse musical worlds” in the German-Austrian fusion of composers of incidental and film music, Alexander Vičar and Dominik Giesriegl. Exclusive musical finale of the 27th Flora Theatre Festival! 

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    Munich-based artists Alexander Vičar and Dominik Giesriegl explore sonic worlds between intimate acoustic music and synth-driven electronics. They use a wide range of sound sources – from traditional instruments, field recordings, electric guitar and synthesizers to advanced electronic sound design. Noise Control Barrier is an acoustic cocoon that shields participants from the overwhelming streams of information in the world. Join us on a partially improvised journey full of varied soundscapes, raw movement structures and moments of wistful reverie.

    Alexander Vičar is a composer of both theatre and film music. Born in Berlin, he started playing the violin at the age of three. He studied composition for film in Munich and Electroacoustic Composition and Interactive Media at the University of Manchester. He has since worked on films for German television and has contributed to the sound design of theatre productions directed by Ulrich Rasche. With theatre director Nora Schlocker has worked on the music and sound-design for three shows at Residenztheater München.

    Austrian musician Dominik Giesriegl is composing music for feature films and television series. He studied philosophy and psychology at the Universität Wien and music education at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna. He then studied composition for film with Enjott Schneider and Gerd Baumann at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in München.