One Minute of Listening
Minute of Listening is an exciting and innovative project that has the potential to provide all primary-aged children with the opportunity to experience sixty seconds of creative listening each day of the school year. By downloading a simple application to their laptops, desktops or interactive whiteboards, teachers can bring a wealth of sonic resources into their classrooms.
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Philip Jeck & Michaela Grill & Karl Lemieux | Montreal June 2014
SUONI PER IL POPOLO Festival Montreal, Canada
Thursday, June 12, 2014 Sala Rossa 13$/15$ 20h30
Austrian video artist Michaela Grill together with Canadian filmmaker Karl Lemieux and British turntablist Philip Jeck, will present a unique and improvised audio-visual performance in which image and sound, analog and digital elements are synergistically interwoven.
michaela grill: laptop
philip jeck: turntables
karl lemieux: 16mm projectors
Q&A with Philip Jeck | 25th May 2014
Mike Harding hosts a Q&A with Philip Jeck at 4:30pm on Sunday. An immense musical event featuring performances from Robert Millis, Phillip Jeck, Basic House, Lee Patterson, Female Band, and Dean McPhee.
Live Performances | May/June 2014
The Detroit Project (Bochum, Ruhr, Germany)
20:00-21.00. 15th, 16th and 17th May
at Turbinehalle, Jahrhunderthalle, Bochum, Germany
Heart Of Noise Festival
Live in Bristol | 1st February 2014
Philip Jeck & Sidsel Endresen Live at King's Place, London | Sunday 17th November 2013
Music / Sunday, 17 November 2013 - 5:00pm / Hall Two
The legendary Norwegian vocalist Sidsel Endresen met revered British turntablist Philip Jeck at the Punkt Festival in Norway in 2011.
In 2012 they performed together as improvisers for the first time in Oslo in the conexions series. This show brings Scene Norway 2 to an exciting conclusion.
Presented in collaboration with conexions.
'To watch a woman sitting on a stool and share an [...] unfathomable technique, with a voice which is warm yet dangerous, appealing yet untouchable is an experience we don't find anywhere else.' Fiona Talkington
Curated by Fiona Talkington and part of EFG London Jazz Festival Kings Place Residency
The Skinny, Liverpool
Vinyl Requiem Revisited | FACT Magazine October 2013
WAXWORK: PHILIP JECK ON HIS LANDMARK TURNTABLE PIECE VINYL REQUIEM
Anyone with an interest in the historical moment where vinyl tilted from mainstream format to collector’s concern should spend time with Philip Jeck’s 1993 audiovisual piece Vinyl Requiem.
Tone 49D | The Sarsen Circle
Download only (320 kpbs MP3)
Reorganised by Philip Jeck
This live recording was made at Experimental Intermedia, New York City, for Touch.30 on 16th September 2012, and has been reorganised and edited by Philip Jeck. With thanks to Phill Niblock and Byron Westbrook. Live photo by Dave Knapik. Stone by Jon Wozencroft.
30 is the number of upright stones that originally encompassed the Sarsen Circle, Stonehenge's best known feature.
feat. Marcus Davidson - percussion | Mike Harding – Conductor (& percussion) | Philip Jeck - Casio SK1 keyboard, effects, mixing desk and MD player | Dave Knapik - radio, iphones, Buddha Machine, Polaroid 450 Land camera, Knockman toys: the Pororon and the ChaCha, and police scanner | Lary 7 - contrabass | Ken Montgomery - Slepian Modified Casiotone M-10, Trogtronics 655 Black Box & Kaoss Pad | JG Thirlwell - laptop, keyboard | Brian Turner - guitar/amp | Andrea, The Enchantress of Bioluminosity - Zils
1. The Sarsen Circle 30' 00"
Retrospective Michaela Grill
Thursday, March 14th, 21.00, Kunsthaus Graz, Space 04
The Austrian video artist Michaela Grill, together with Canadian filmmaker Karl Lemieux and British turntablist Philip Jeck, will present an audio-visual performance: a unique and improvised live-interaction in which image and sound, analog and digital elements are synergistically interwoven.
Michaela Grill: laptop
Philip Jeck: turntables
Karl Lemieux: 16mm projectors