Lampo announces its WS17 season, with six programs—and several special works to premiere in Chicago. Artists include Sarah Davachi, Lasse Marhaug, Sergei Tcherepnin, Jacob Kirkegaard, Olivia Block and Phill Niblock. On January 28, young Canadian composer Sarah Davachi makes her Chicago debut, at long last. Rescheduled from November, Davachi premieres a new composition for vintage synthesizers, harmonium … Continued
Jean-Philippe Gross in his U.S. debut performance.
Jean-Philippe Gross (b.1979, France) is part of a rising generation of French improvisers. He plays electronic music using a mixing board, cheap microphones, small speakers and analogue synthesizer. Before turning to electronics he played drums in different rock bands. His work focuses on manipulating feedback sounds. Collaborators include Will Guthrie, Ferran Fages, Xavier Charles, Arnaud Rivière, Norbert Möslang, Jean-Luc Guionnet and Clare Cooper. In 2003 his work was part of the exhibition 33 RPM: Ten Hours of Sound from France at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Festival appearances include Les Instants Chavirés with Guionnet (Montreuil) and Festival Musique Action with Charles, Lionel Marchetti and Franz Hautzinger (Nancy). Gross lives in Metz, France.
Support provided by the Cultural Service at the Consulate General of France in Chicago