Tag: intro in situ

  • Save The Date: REMOTE POSTING Limited Preview @ AINSI 28.06.24

    After a year’s worth of hard work, we’re finally ready to play a limited preview of my new music theatre piece, REMOTE POSTING! This time I’ve gone deeper into theatre than before, writing a propah script and developing the theatrical aspects with the mentorship of Nynke van den Bergh. This concert also marks the end…

  • OWRSI at Dag van de Componist 2023: t__hr__n

    A second performance of our electroacoustic performance t__hr__n on 17 June as part of the Dag van de Componist festival organised by Intro in Situ. Phone calls from the detainees at Tehran jail have an aural watermark imposed upon them: a recorded female voice repeating each minute that the call is made from the jail.…

  • SIREN at Dag van de Componist 2023

    A long five months in the making, SIREN officially premiered at Dag van de Componist at AINSI Maastricht on 17 June 2023. It was my biggest project during my Startende Makers residency with Intro in Situ. Programme note below. “SIREN” is a music theatre piece written by Sachit Ajmani featuring choreography by Cilia Hermann. The…

  • OWRSI improvise with Francesca Fantini and Mario Calzada Peña

    Free improvisation session at @AINSIMaastricht featuring our friends: Francesca Fantini on saxophone Mario Calzada Peña on drums and OWRSI: Nader Adabnejad on violin, keyboards, electronics Sachit Ajmani on ROLI Seaboard, electronics This jam was held before our t__hr__n premiere. Performed at AINSI Maastricht on 10 Jun 2023 with the support of Intro in Situ.

  • OWRSI: T__hr__n, premiere

    Nader and I frequently use OWRSI as a sandbox in two senses. The obvious is the compositional sandbox, where we try to question and experiment with musical form in a reactive, in-the-moment manner that is not always possible within formal, academic composition practices. The second sense is the social one. T__hr__n is a spiritual successor…

  • Goya van der Heijden + OWRSI present “fluiten”

    For Nader and I, “fluiten” was the first serious opportunity to develop and present work based on our practice of free improvisation, which we now present as OWRSI. It also was our introduction to working with Intro in Situ, who invited me the following year as artist-in-residence. I was glad to work with Goya again…