Dreieck Interference Ensemble

Dreieck Interferences groups musicians defending creative and innovative musics in the east of France. The group has been created by Stéphane Clor in 2019 and is thought as an experimental musics lab and an exchanges platform between musicians.

Karam Alzouhir (viola) / Hector J. Ayala (e-guitar) / Jeanne Barbieri (voice) / Lise Barkas (hurdy-durgy) / Alma Bucciali (cello) / Félix Chaillou-Delecourt (hurdy-durgy) / Stéphane Clor (double bass) / Julien Desailly (uilleann pipes) / Anil Eraslan (cello) / Xavière Fertin (clarinets) / Laure Fischer (saxophones) / Louis Freres (double bass) / Alicia Girod-Kusmeruk (violin) / Ross Heselton (acoustic guitar) / Olivier Maurel (electronic) / Thomas Malmendier (drums) / Ayako Okubo (flutes) / Léonie Risjeterre (acoustic guitar) / Ruben Tenenbaum (violin) / Merve Salgar (tambur) / Emilie Škrijelj (accordion) / Evan Vercoutre (classical guitar) / Theo Zimmermann (e-guitar)



 

COMPILATIONS CONFINEMENT

 

Each week during the lockdown due to covid 19, Dreieck Interferences releases a mixtape of its musicians' compositions based on a given proposition.This serie of mixtape is supported by Météo Mulhouse Music Festival (www.festival-meteo.fr)

 

(FR) Chaque semaine du confinement imposé par le covid19, Dreieck Interferences propose une compilation des recherches de musicien/nes de la région enregistrées avec les moyens du bord et autour d'une thématique à chaque fois différente. Cette série de compilations est soutenue par le festival Météo de Mulhouse (www.festival-meteo.fr)

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