The next concert from a series of master performances „SuperSam + 1”, organised by the „Mózg Foundation”, will take place on Decmber 28, 2017 at 8 p.m. at the “Mózg Powszechny” club (Zamoyskiego 20 Street, Warsaw). The main performers will be Sainkho Namtchylak and Tadeusz Sudnik.
Sainkho Namtchylak (born 1957) is an experimental singer originally from Tuva. She is best known for her Tuvan throat singing or Khöömei. The scale of her voice extends over 7 octaves. She studied at the University of Kyzyl and in the Gnessin Institute in Moscow. She has been living in Vienna for more than a dozen years.
Tadeusz Sudnik is a musician, composer, sound engineer in Studio Eksperymentalne Polskiego Radia. He received commissions for electronic music compositions, recorded albums as well as music for theatre and film. He co-operated with the international festival of contemporary music Warszawska Jesień and Polskie Towarzystwo Muzyki Współczesnej. At the same time, he started playing concerts with groups performing intuitive music. The first band was Cytula Tyfun da Bamba Orchester. Later, he performed with Helmut Nadolski, Andrzej Mitan, Andrzej Przybielski, Włodzimierz Kiniorski. For many years, he has been working with Tomasz Stańko – Freelectronic. His individual work playing, recording and transforming sounds was described as Studio Dźwięków Niemożliwych (Studio of Impossible Sounds).
“Supersam + 1” is a series of master performances. The project focuses mainly on music, however, it also includes other forms of expression such as: performance, multimedia, monodrama. “SUPERSAM + 1” will present respected Polish and foreign artists whose work is original, experimental and innovative.
Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.
Additional information: www.supersam.mozg.pl