nothingTune into Anna’s talk with  Bill Dietz from reboot.fm`s studio in Berlins House of World Cultures!

Bill Dietz studied composition at the New England Conservatory and Cultural Studies at the University of Minnesota.  Since 2003 he has lived and worked in Berlin, initially as Peter Ablinger’s student and assistant. Since then, he has worked extensively with Christian von Borries, Chris Newman, and with Maryanne Amacher until 2009.  His music has been presented by the Happy Days Sound Festival (Oslo), the Maulwerker (Berlin), Birkbeck College (London), the Klangwerkstatt Festival, ARTSaha! (Omaha), the Zepernicker Randspiele, the WDR, “Tbilisi 6. Never on a Sunday” (Tbilisi), Brückenmusik (Cologne), and many others. In serveral works Dietz has appeared as a performer (Documenta XII, “Musikprotokoll” of the Steirischer Herbst). His writings were published in MusikTexte, Positionen and Shuffle Boil.
Since 2007 Bill Dietz has been the artistic director of Ensemble Zwischentöne. Much of his recent work addresses the performance of listening and the genealogy of the concert.

Read more:
http://www.tutorialdiversions.org
http://www.brueckenmusik.de
myspace.com/ laclaquecestmoi
samstagsdemos-neuer-musik.tonspur.at/
 http://www.ensemble-zwischentoene.de

Lautstrom: eine einstündige, monatliche Radiosendung mit jeweils einem Studiogast. A Project Lautstrom - mit Anna Bromley und Jeremy Woodruff.

Die Bewegung der Sendungen soll eine forschende sein. Ausgehend vom Studiogastformat soll das Radio als künstlerische Ressource untersucht werden. Dabei soll die Sendung zum auditiven Instrument der Untersuchung von Diskursinhalten aus medientheoretischen und künstlerischen Fragestellungen werden.