The Attic special project at Europalia music & arts festival

Sep 05, 2019
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The Attic will present a very special project at this year's Europalia music & arts festival in Belgium. 

The project consists of an ensemble of several women from a village in the Apuseni mountains (Avram Iancu in Transylvania) who will play a concert with Belgium electronic music producer Milan W. Earlier this year. Milan W spent 10 days in the village, playing with the ladies from the ensemble, trying to decode, decompose and create new textural and sonic approaches.

The tulnic is a 2,5 m long woodwind instrument which was used centuries ago by the locals in the mountain as a communication tool. 

More info about the project can be find here and here.  

 

 

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