Jennifer Torrence

Jennifer Torrence is an Oslo-based percussionist, performer, artistic researcher, improvisor, collaborative artist, curator, teacher specializing in contemporary music. Her practice explores themes such as the body, noise, precariousness, queerness, and collective making. She has performed in diverse settings in twenty-four countries across four continents and is currently a member of Pinquins and an artistic researcher and percussion teacher at the Norwegian Academy of Music. For work examples and texts please visit:

 

www.jennifertorrence.com

Roberto Maqueda

Heterodox percussionist (and/or artist) interested in avant-garde art, new forms of communication as well as their implementation in the sound-musical creation of our time. He studied with Christian Dierstein, Fred Frith, Håkon Stene or Steven Schick. His main projects are reConvert, together with Lorenzo Colombo, with whom at the moment he is carrying out an artistic research project at DKDM (Copenhagen) on co-creative practices. As well he is part of y-band and Ensemble CONTAINER. In recent times he has been presented at Manifeste Festival, Wien Modern, MaerzMusik; among other festivals. He has been an external professor at the Conservatori Liceu of Barcelona. He lives in between Basel (CH) and Copenhagen (DK).

 

www.robertomaqueda.com 

Jennifer Torrence

Jennifer Torrence is an Oslo-based percussionist, performer, artistic researcher, improvisor, collaborative artist, curator, teacher specializing in contemporary music. Her practice explores themes such as the body, noise, precariousness, queerness, and collective making. She has performed in diverse settings in twenty-four countries across four continents and is currently a member of Pinquins and an artistic researcher and percussion teacher at the Norwegian Academy of Music. For work examples and texts please visit:

 

www.jennifertorrence.com

Roberto Maqueda

Heterodox percussionist (and/or artist) interested in avant-garde art, new forms of communication as well as their implementation in the sound-musical creation of our time. He studied with Christian Dierstein, Fred Frith, Håkon Stene or Steven Schick. His main projects are reConvert, together with Lorenzo Colombo, with whom at the moment he is carrying out an artistic research project at DKDM (Copenhagen) on co-creative practices. As well he is part of y-band and Ensemble CONTAINER. In recent times he has been presented at Manifeste Festival, Wien Modern, MaerzMusik; among other festivals. He has been an external professor at the Conservatori Liceu of Barcelona. He lives in between Basel (CH) and Copenhagen (DK).

 

www.robertomaqueda.com