Ephémère March 2013

Ephemere_march 2013

poster design: Karl Ingi Karlsson

Ephémère 14th March 2013  

(entrance is 3€, doors open at 20:00, concert starts at 20:30)


Jasper Stadhouders, Laurens Van der Wee & George Hadow (electric guitar, no-input mixer & drums)

Pablo Sanz (sound artist)

Alfredo Genovesi & Emese Csornai (guitar, electronic – light, projection & image)


Laurens van der Wee (1982) makes music and sound art by technological means. No-input mixer improv, with or without additional musicians, installation art, music for dance and other disciplines belong to his scope.

Galm Quartet is an international improvising ensemble, Zoodio is deconstructed cassette tape recorder machines in space, Tjong Pow is electronic analogue improv, Stadhouders/Van der Wee/Hadow Trio is also improv. 27, 27 Scenes and Hold me feast are all modern dance/performance backed with electronic music.

Work has been performed and presented in The Netherlands, Hong Kong, Canada, USA, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Lithuania, Macedonia and other countries, at occasions such as the Hong Kong International Dance Symposium, ICMC, SMC, etc.


George Hadow is an English drummer based in Amsterdam since June 2012. He shares the stage with, amongst others, John Dikeman, Jasper Stadhouders, Onno Govaert, Wilbert de Joode, Felicity Provan, Wolter Wierbos, Eric Boeren, Michael Moore, Joost Buis, Renato Ferreira, Terrie Ex, Christian Ferlaino, Raoul van der Weide, Michel Scheen, Leo Svirsky, Dianne Verdonk, Frank van Bommel, Michael Foster, Leila Bordreuil, Yedo Gibson, Mikael Szafirowski, Nora Mulder, Laurens van de Wee, Andreas Fulgosi, Andy Moor, DJ Sniff, Bart van de Putten, Alex Hood, Stephen Simpson, Jamie Benzies, Andreas Fulgosi.

Jasper Stadhouders (Tilburg, Netherlands, 1989) is a guitarist and bassist based in Amsterdam.   He is an active member of the (inter)national improvised music circuit.   He is a co-founder of the band Cactus Truck and the Stadhouders/Govaert/De Joode Trio and works as a sideman in various groups (a.o. Spinifex Quintet), next to playing countless of ad hoc improv shows.   He also occasionally works in the fields of dance, theatre and contemporary composed music.   Jasper has  played with Han Bennink, Ab Baars, Paal Nilssen-Love, Marshall Allen, Wolter Wierbos, Noel Redding, Ken Vandermark, Jim Black, Andrew D’Angelo, Terrie Ex, Andy Moor, Wilbert De Joode, Peter Evans, Frank Rosaly, Dave Rempis, Roy Campbell, Michael Moore, Jeb Bishop, Peter Jacquemyn, Ingrid Laubrock  and many more.   Jasper has performed extensively in Europe and the USA.


Pablo Sanz


unheard, out of earshot; indistinct, imperceptible, faint, muted, soft, low, muffled, whispered, muttered, murmured, mumbled; silent, soundless, noiseless, hushed; ultrasonic.

[in]audible is a sound piece based on the exploration of hidden acoustic spaces. Departing from the notions of indirect listening and blind field recording, unconventional listening technologies have been used to capture phenomena beyond the thresholds of our perception.

Magnetic fields, vibrating structures, infra, ultrasonic and underwater sound have been amplified and used as source material in the composition, focusing on the spatiality and textural patterns of the original recordings.

Sounds recorded between 2008 and 2012 in natural and built environments in Karlsruhe, Germany; Den Haag, The Netherlands; Bratislava and Mala Fatra, Slovakia; Madrid and Sant Bartomeu del Grau, Spain.

Pablo Sanz is a Spanish sound artist currently based in The Netherlands. His activities are engaged with the act of listening and the exploration of aesthetic and spatial aspects of sound through phonography, site-specific installations, live performances and fixed media works.



Sweet Germ are:

alfredo genovesi – guitar /electronic

emese csornai – light/projection/image

presenting: Gravities

Emese Csornai is a light designer and dramaturg. She studied architcture in the Technical University of Budapest and got a degree of Bachelor of fine arts in Amsterdam Gerrit Rietveld Academy in 2009. Alongside she picked up theater light design as a self-study, that soon became her occupation. Currently she works in Amsterdam as a Light designer and Dramaturgfor various theater and dance groups.

About Alfredo Genovesi:

” Really outrageous stuff, congratulations…The range of (Alfredo’s) work is
awesome”. John Zorn.

“…eddying currents of guitar overridden and rearranged by a culmative welter of modifications… loaded like detritus into the drift”. David Stubbs (The Wire)

“Great legs”. Mary Oliver