Happening Saturday October 1


In NY and Vienna, simultaneously. with Mia live in Vienna and Katherine live in NY
And Phill shily pre-recorded

PhonoFemme 2021
on-site, on air, online

1.10.2021, 19.00h: Phonofemme Vienna and Experimental Intermedia New York – Online Event – with Phill Niblock, Katherine Liberovskaya, Daniel Neumann, Mia Zabelka

October 1st 19:00 (Vienna) / 13:00 (NYC)
in cooperation with The Austrian Cultural Forum NYC
live stream link:

Set one:
Katherine Liberovskaya (Live Visual Foley) & Mia Zabelka (Violin and Electronics)

set two:
Phill Niblock (Music and Film)
– Browner (2020, 20:00) : Arne Deforce, cello; Deborah Walker, cello; Erik Drescher, flute; Dafne Vicent Sandoval, bassoon
A world premiere !
– First Out (2015, 22:14) : David First, guitar
– V&LSG (2015, 21:20) :  Lore Lixenberg, voice and Guy De Bievre, lap steel guitar
– Meudrone1 (2013)
– Agosto (2014)
– DH Sand-Boat  (2015)

Streaming engineer: Daniel Neumann

From the Austrian Cultural Forum’ email:
October 1 | PhonoFemme2021

PhonoFemme sees itself as a platform for experimental music and sound art by women in Vienna. As a series of performances from October 1-3, 2021, the aim is to network the diverse international scene of female artists and to bring them into a communicative and aesthetic exchange. In cooperation with Experimental Intermedia New York, join us on October 1 at 1 PM EST / 7 PM CET for virtual streaming of Phonofemme Vienna and Experimental Intermedia New York with musicians Mia Zabelka, Phill Niblock, Katherine Liberovskaya and Daniel Neumann.

Austrian Cultural Forum New York

Live in Vienna (not) | July 8th 2020

Here is an event that is live in Vienna, if you happen to be there – except for us, we are in NY and Barcelona, and we are live at the time it’s happening

Phill Niblock, Katherine Liberovskaya and Barbara Held

Tune in  – And thanks to our friends at

DerBlödeDritteMittwoch #99
8. JULI 2020, doors: 19h30, program & streaming starts 20h sharp
LIVE: Steinergasse 8, 1170 Wien
live streaming auf:

Sara Zlanabitnig (A) & Tomaš Grom (SLO): flute, electronics / double bass [konzert]

Kathrin Stumreich (A): “Klack und die Gesetze der Thermodynamik”[performance]

 Phill Niblock & Katherine Liberovskaya & Barbara Held (US):

A live video and sound set, streamed from Experimental Intermedia NYC and from Barcelona

All three of us for one set, with live visuals by Liberovskaya, and live flute and electronics by Held, and sound collage pieces by Niblock

And then Niblock Solo:
video screening: “The Movement of People Working”  – Phill Niblock

– Hungary, Hong Kong
“Praised Fan” by Phill Niblock ~17min, for bassoon; Dafne Vicent Sandoval: bassoon
“POOM” by Phill Niblock ~30:00min, for e-bowed guitar; Stephen O’Malley, guitar

due to limited admission please reserve via email to:

Experimental-Intermedia mailing list

Live June 19th, 20th and 21st

This is an announcement about 4 online music events on June 19, 20 and 21
The letter is from, the producer of these music events, and they feature Phill Niblock and Katherine Liberovskaya, and this is a test event of their website and eventual series of webcasts

On Saturday afternoon, the event will be a virtual premier of a new music piece by Phill, finished the day before, of course, named Poom, with Stephen O’Malley playing e-bowed guitar, from sound material recorded in the Trace Elements studio of Robert Poss, 28 minutes long

The event will begin with a set by Phill and Katherine Liberovskaya

An improvised sound collage by Katherine Liberovskaya & Phill Niblock
Phill Niblock: live mixing of field recordings
Katherine Liberovskaya: live small percussion instruments and other objects and gadgets

Note that the Saturday afternoon event is at 3pm NY time, and 9pm European time

You can see the poster with Katherine’ drawing and the on-line version of OdA’s newsletter

Letter from


Today we would like to invite you to spend the weekend with us and the artists Phill Niblock & Katherine Liberovskaya.

Regardless of what you know about the work of Phill and Katherine, speaking to someone like Perry is always interesting. Perry is a sound artist and the creator of the Oda speakers, which you will hear more about later this summer. Perry says: “Phill Niblock is often labelled a minimalist. This amounts to a dismissal. I would say monumentalist, because the sound is so thoroughly consuming, and commanding of attention. As when a tree falls in a forest, if you’re not giving this music your full attention does it even exist?”

Phill and Katherine have been collaborating together since the early 2000’s. In the past week, Perry has been working with them almost daily with sound-checks in advance of this weekend’s shows.

“You know, Katherine Liberovskaya is well known as a video artist, often collaborating with musicians to provide a visual element with musical qualities”, Perry says. “What I think is really interesting is, on this occasion, she is a musician. In this context she performs sound with visual qualities. It is hard not to conjure an image of how each sound is created.” He ends, “I so look forward to hearing this with Oda, which engages the room it is in so differently than any other speakers!”

Here is this weekend’s schedule:

Friday, June 19 at 9pm ET
Phill Niblock – Live
Vlada BC, for viola d’amore 20 min
Exploratory Ensemble Phoenix Basel 22 min
Noizzze One,for the I R E Trio 23 min
A Cage of Stars, for electric built harp 28 min
Five More String Quartets 25 min
127 min = 2 hr 7 min

Saturday, June 20 at 3pm ET
An improvised sound collage by Katherine Liberovskaya & Phill Niblock – Live
“POOM” by Phill Niblock – Live (World Premiere!)

Saturday, June 20 at 9pm ET
Phill Niblock – Live
Herbal Cooled2, for cello  23 min
ExploratoryTiltBrass,for brass ensemble 22min
Baobab Bozzini String Quartet 23 min
A Rooks Pun, for soprano saxophone  23 min
Bag, for Scotish bagpipes 21 min
Ronet, for tenor saxophone 21 min
135 min = 1 hour 15 min

Sunday, 21 at 9pm ET
Phill Niblock – Live
Guitar too, for Four-Massed, for many guitars played with e-bow 30 min
Exploratory Arditti String Quartet 23 min
Euph, for Two Belled Euphonium 24 min
FeedCorn Ear 30 min
Praised Fan, for bassoon 17 min
V&LSG, for voice and lap steel guitar 21 min
145 min = 1 hour 25 min

To listen, please visit at the performance times listed above. If you leave your browser open, the broadcast will begin automatically as they start.


IN SOLIDARITY Streams from the EI site, indefinitely…

A collaborative video by Phill Niblock and William Hooker
Music by William Hooker, Video by Phill Nilbock
“Hooker-Niblock” (2015-19; 17:49; HD)

To view, direct from Vimeo

or on our website

This piece was presented at Screen Compositions 15 (March 18th 2019) curated by Katherine Liberovskaya at the Experimental Intermedia NYC March 2019 Concert Series

Experimental-Intermedia mailing list:

Upcoming Shows 2019-2020

Fridman Gallery, NY, 169 Bowery NYC, exhibition of Phill Niblock photo works, etc. and three concerts, from November 24 2019 to January 6 2020

November 30, 9pm until midnight, rainy days festival: Philharmonie Luxembourg – Phill Niblock, «Night shift» Drones and films – Lydia Rilling, curator,

December 2 or 3, Karlsruhe Germany, ZKM

December 21, 6pm until midnight, Roulette, Atlantic Ave and 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn NY, the Winter Solstice, 6 hours of Phill Niblock films and music

Live News Autumn/Winter 2018

October 13,13/15, Unsound Festival in Krakow Poland, at Forum Przestrzenie Klub

22:30 to 00:50 (140 minutes), last on the program, and oldest

Club 89 draws inspiration from the historic Crazy Dragon, which operated in the 90s in the Hotel Forum, one of the most luxurious hotels in Kraków . Named 89 – referencing the end of communism in Poland, and the year the club was built. The interiors have not been changed. The red velvet just like in “Twin Peaks Town” by David Lynch still dominates here. This place with an amazing atmosphere will host equally amazing musicians and artists on this year’s edition of Unsound Festival


October 17+, LUFF Festival in Lausanne CH, PN is the opening set

October from 19 till 24, in Singapore with Carlos Casas, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore,  NTU CCA Singapore is a national research centre of the Nanyang Technological University

October 16 – 27, 6pm opening the 16th;  “musiques murales”, group show with 19 composers curated by frédéric acquaviva, galerie satellite, 7, rue françois de neufchâteau 75011 paris (PN in this show but not in Paris)

October 26-29 in Marienbad CZ, with J Cseres – Marienbad Film Festival

October 31 – Instants Chavires, Paris – produced by Laurent Ligavent, with Thierry Madiot, trombone, live

And in Paris:

October 14 at 6pm in Eglise du Saint-Esprit, 186, avenue Daumesnil, Paris 12ème. Music by Phill Niblock.

Hampus Lindwall, organ. Free entrance. PN not there

October 20 at 8pm in Eglise Saint-Denys-du-Saint-Sacrement, 68, rue de Turenne, Paris 3ème. Program with music by Cory Arcangel, Marcel Duchamp & Phill Niblock. Hampus Lindwall, organ. Free entrance. PN not there

Marienbad Film Festival – Novinky;

festivalu v Mariánských Lázních.


Nov 4,5,6 – Gaida Musica Festival, Vilnius Lithuania; on the 4th, #9.7 (Number Nine point Seven) for Orchestra and Solo Cello (2017, 30 min) with Juho Laitinen, cello, and  Klaipeda Chamber Orchestra; on the 6th, a concert with Film and Music by Phill Niblock

November 23, Tone Deaf Festival in Kingston Ontario, Canada, Nov 15 -24, with a concert by PN and an installation by Katherine Liberovskaya, 17th annual festival of Adventurous Sound Performance, produced by Matt Rogalsky

Novmber 15, Dave Soldier’s class at Columbia Univ, sound art department, in the building with the original Columbia / Princeton Electronic Music Studios

December, first week  –  Gudinni/Jordan Paul, Oaxaca Festival, Mexico

December 21, the Winter Solstice at Roulette, in Brooklyn, 6 hours of Phill Niblock films and music,

December 22, at Holo in Bushwick, Elliot Sharp, Gil Kuno, Maciej Ozog, Gerard Lebik, Bob Bellerue, and Phill Niblock, a memorial / tribute for Zbigniew Karkowski

UK Tour | August – September 2018

31st August – Cafe OTO, London

3rd September – BBC Hall – Swansea (with Rhodri Davies)

6th September – Fuse Art Space – Bradford (with John Bowers)

8th September – Attenborough Centre – Brighton (with Lost Property DJs)

11th September – Glasgow – Glad Cafe

Events May 2018

May 14, a talk by Phill Niblock and Thomas Ankersmit at Rytmisk Musikkonservatorium in Copenhagen

May 15 – Alice, Copenhagen, Denmark – with Phill Niblock and Thomas Ankersmit and Konrad Sprenger – Andreas K Rasmussen  ALICE, Nørre Allé 7, DK-2200 Copenhagen N

May 17 – House of Electronic Arts Basel,  – Thomas Ankersmit and Phill Niblock, Freilager-Platz 9, 4142 Münchenstein/ Basel, CH

May 23, Berghain in Berlin with Thomas Ankersmit, Joerg Hiller as Konrad Sprenger, Phill Niblock

May 30 Atelier Claus in Brussells – Carlos Casas Video Program – Avalanch, with Guy De Bievre playing Phill Niblock music

June 2 at Mex, Kunstlerhaus Dortmund, Dortmund Germany, Phill Niblock, Music and Video

June 20 and 22 – Vienna at MUMOK Museum, films and music, with Martin Zrost playing live (the 22)

mumok – Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien – is the largest museum of modern and contemporary art in central Europe. It is home to an extraordinary collection featuring major works of classical modernism, pop art, Fluxus, minimal art, and concept art, as well as Vienna Actionism and contemporary art

July 1 – Greek island of Syros – two weeks residency, with Katherine Liberovskaya

August  22-25, Pierre Marietan in Switzerland, a conference / concerts

Aug 27 – Sept 15  Tim Shaw and PN tour

August 31 Café Oto in London, with Tim Shaw

Phill Niblock in London

May 22 (6-10pm), 23(12-20) and 24-25 (12-18)

A book fair at the Tate Modern, with a section by Frederic Acquaviva, of “La Plaque Tournante” in Berlin, with a new book of “Cello Pieces” scores, by Phill Niblock

Sunday May 24th 2015 , 8 pm , @ /i’klectik/

‘Old Paradise Yard’ , 20 Carlisle Lane ( Royal Street corner ) next to Archbishop’s Park , London SE1 7LG, email:

8.30PM 1st live set set : improvisation Katherine Liberovskaya (live video) / Guy De Bièvre (lap steel guitar) / Anna Homler (vocals) 30′

9PM launching of CRU1 MAGAZINE ( ß@£) sélection of CRU-DVD with vidéos of live performances by Bernard Heidsieck “Vaduz” (1974,11′), Tomomi Adachi “Girl Spinning Next Door” (2014, 6′), Alvin Lucier “Silver Streetcar for Orchestra” (1988, 9′) + Katherine Liberovskaya “Tilting at Windmills a.k.a aqualib spin” with sound collage by Phill Niblock (2015, 8′)

9.30PM 2nd live set : Frédéric Acquaviva : “Aatie Fragment” (2011, 8′)
(music and vidéo : F.A) with Loré Lixenberg (mezzo-soprano)

– Phill Niblock : V & LSG H (2015, 22′), with Phill Niblock, Guy de Bièvre (lap steel guitar) and Loré Lixenberg (mezzo-soprano)

June 1 – 21 – Studio Loos in Den Haag, residency, Katherine Liberovskaya and Phill Niblock, Anne Wellmer

Workshop on June 12

News Update | March 2015

The premiere of “Surge”, Phill Niblock’s first piece for analogue synthesizer, performed by Thomas Ankersmit at MaerzMusik in Berlin this weekend, and the first collaboration of Florence To and myself, also in Berlin, at KW.

The Phill Niblock concert runs all night long, from Saturday around midnight until Sunday morning, and is part of MaerzMusik’s “The Long Now” event at Kraftwerk Berlin.

Brazil 84

Brazil 84

77 min The Movement Of People Working

Friday 27th Feb. 2015
24:00h at legendary BAMBI Filmstudio, Klosterstraße 78, 40211 Düsseldorf, Germany

Phill will be present, as well as Brian Brandt from mode records. Come and enjoy this unique screening in an old style movie theatre from 1963 with a new 5.1 sound system.

Brazil84 DVD, released by mode records, is for sale in the cinema, otherwise online by mode records and a-musik mailorder, Cologne/Germany.

more in German only at

(Screening organised by Cologne-based artist-curator Georg Dietzler)

More about the Music on Brazil 84:

Three Orchids for three orchestras – Orchestra of the SEM Ensemble, conducted by Petr Kotik, Merkin Hall, NYC, live recording by Paul Geluso, June 3rd, 2004.
Tow by Tom for two orchestras – Trio Scordatura (Amsterdam) and the Nelly Boyd Ensemble (Hamburg), mixed / multitrack recordings of the two ensembles, one on the left channel, the other on the right. Trio Scordatura (Alfrun Schmid, voice; Elisabeth Smalt, viola, Bob Gilmore, synth); Nelly Boyd (Jens Roehm, synth [single analog oscillator, Dave Smith Evolver]; Jan Feddersen, e-bow guitar; Peter Imig, violin; Robert Engelbrecht, cello)Trio Scordatura recorded by Johan Vandermaelen at Amplus, Aaigem, Belgium, March 1st, 2008; Nelly Boyd recorded by Jens Roehm and Julia Berg at Christianskirche, Hamburg, March 9th, 2009; Three Orchids – Trio Scordatura plus one, mixed / multitrack recording.Trio Scordatura (Alfrun Schmid, voice; Elisabeth Smalt, viola; Bob Gilmore, keyboard) with Guy De Bièvre, dobro. played with e-bow; Recorded by Johan Vandermaelen at Amplus, Aaigem, Belgium, August 13 -14, 2007.

Live in London | 21st September 2014 (and other dates)

Café Oto, London – a collaboration between Rie Nakajima and Phill Niblock, and Anton Lukoszevieze playing cello

Rie Nakajima performs along with the film “T H I R” (1971-72, 43 min) and the sound collage piece “Crick” by Phill Niblock, followed by another video “Meudrone” (2013-14, 48 min) and music by PN, including Summing II (1982, 32 min) with David Gibson, cello, recorded and Anton Lukoszevieze playing live, and other pieces made since October 21013: Vlada BC (Nov 2103, 20 min) Elisabeth Smalt, viola d’amore, recorded samples; Euph (Nov 2103, 24 min) Melvyn Poore, two belled euphonium, recorded samples

September 24th

Wonderwerp at Studio Loos, De Constant Rebequeplein 20B, Den Haag, Netherlands
An evening of field recordings, drones and experimental film with Justin Bennett, Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, Aurélie Lierman and Phill Niblock

This edition of Wonderwerp is curated by Anne Wellmer and Matteo Marangoni
Presented in collaboration with iii and TodaysArt

September 27th

Electronic Music Festival at Bozar, Brussels Belgium – Phill Niblock and Thomas Ankersmit

September 28 2014, Sunday, 8pm:
Music and Film/Video by Phill Niblock, with live guitar by Guy De Bievre and audio engineering by Johan Vandermaelen
019 — Dok-Noord 5L 9000 Ghent, Belgium /

News Update | January to March 2014

Jan 15 , Klub Katarakt Festival 37

A premier of a new piece for three orchestras, commisioned by the Katarakt Festival
“Three Petals” for the ensembles – Nelly Boyd, Hamburg; Trio Scordatura +, Amsterdam; Neon Ensemble, Oslo

Three Petals is originally conceived to be performed by three ensembles plus pre-recorded playback. The first performance (by the commissioners – Klub Katarakt Festival in Hamburg) will take place in separate but contiguous halls. The audience can only hear the complete work by walking through the spaces. The piece could also be performed by three separated ensembles in one common space (e.g., a concert hall). The first and third ensemble move up a semitone through the piece (one from F to F#, the other from C to C#), while the second ensemble remains « stationary » around A. This, theoretically, results in a move, over 24 minutes, from major to minor, albeit blurred by the microtonal character of the totality.
D i e Ö f f n u n g d e s R a u m s
Kampnagel Hamburg

Jan 27 – A set in a concert at Club Transmediale, Hebbel Theater 2, Berlin
Featuring a new performance and recording of the orchestra piece – “Baobab” by the Zinc and CopperWorks brass quartet, plus a performance of “Vlada” for viola d’amore, with Elisabeth Smalt; AshEli, with Eli Keszler, percussion
Jan 30 – Thursday – A concert by Phill Niblock and Thomas Ankersmit – at KörberForum,
produced by Elbe Philharmonie, Hamburg, Germany

Feb 5, Wednesday – A concert at the Logos Foundation in Gent Belgium, playing a piece realized for the Logos Robot Orchestra, “One Blue Rose”, Vlada BC, with Elisabeth Smalt, viola d’amore; and others

Feb 24 – 28, a series of lectures and concerts by Phill Niblock at Dartmouth College, Hanover NH, with Carlos Casas and Neil Leonard + students from Berklee College of Music, Boston

March 25 – 30 – University of Maine, campuses at Orono and Farmington, a series of lectures and concerts, with Katherine Liberovskaya, Alan Margolis, Neil Leonard, produced by Gustavo Aguilar

Phill Niblock & Thomas Ankersmit 10th Anniversary Japan Tour | September 2013

September 5 – Dommune, NHK Special – interview & performance for internet TV with PN, TA & Jörg Hiller
September 6 – SuperDeluxe, Tokyo, Japan – triple concert with PN, TA & Jim O’Rourke
September 8 – Club ADD, Sendai, Japan – double concert with PN & TA
September 14 – Metro, Kyoto, Japan – double concert with PN & TA
September 15 – Conpass, Osaka, Japan – double concert with PN & TA
September 16 – IAMAS, Ogaki, Japan – double concert with PN & TA
September 17 – Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan – lecture with PN & TA
September 19 – Musashino Art University, Tokyo, Japan – concert/lecture with PN & TA
September 20 – Geidai, Tokyo, Japan – concert/lecture with PN & TA

Live at Cafe Oto | 28th February 2012

In 2013 minimalist composer Phill Niblock celebrates his 80th year with a massive retrospective at the Lausanne Contemporary Art Centre and a few select dates across Europe with saxophonist and electronic musician Thomas Ankersmit including this concert at Café Oto where the pair will present a selection of new works alongside ‘Sweet Potato’ for Basset Horn/Bass Clarinet/Eb Clarinet – a piece that was written for American clarinetist and sound artist Carol Robinson in 2001 and featured on the ‘Touch Food’ set of recordings (reissued by Touch in 2013). This evening’s concert will be performed with live contribution from David Ryan on bass clarinet.

Live Events | Summer 2012

June 21 (the summer solstice) – a Phill Niblock concert at Roulette with the Dither Guitar Quartet (James Moore, Joshua Lopes, Gyan Riley, Grey McMurray) playing Two Lips, a scored orchestra piece. Neil Leonard playing saxophone with Sax Mix and Zrost. Chris McIntyre, Jen Baker, Will Lang, tenor trombone; James Rogers, bass trombone, will play A Third Trombone. And maybe a surprise, like two films not seen in years.
Roulette Intermedium, Inc, 509 Atlantic Ave at Third Ave, Brooklyn NY, 8pm

Experimental Intermedia Concerts – On the Air – Archived
David Weinstein, Program Director,, The Clocktower Gallery & Radio,
108 Leonard Street, 13th Floor, New York, NY 10013 USA, Office: 212-233-1096

July 3 – Q-O2 Workplace in Brussels Belgium, 8pm, Koolmijnenkaai 30-34 Quai des Charbonnages; +32 (0)2 245 48 24; curated by Julia Eckhardt,
Al Margolis (If Bwana), Katherine Liberovskaya and Phill Niblock, A Variation of Sets
Guy De Bievre will play guitar with PN and collaborate with AM

July 7 – Experimental Intermedia House Window Gallery, 6pm +
Sassekaai 45, Gent Belgium
An exhibition opening by Katherine Liberovskaya

July 12 – Festival – Untergreith 216, a-8443 Sankt Johann im Saggautal, South Styria (Graz, Austria) Curated by Mia Zabelka
including: Katherine Liberovskaya and Phill Niblock and Al Margolis (If Bwana)

17 July,21 čas (9pm), Beograd 11000, Serbia
Phill Niblock, If Bwana, Katherine Liberowskaya – SAD, performans „Varijacije sa setovima“ („A Variations by Sets“)

Višestruki performans video umetnika na polju savremene muzike i eksperimentalnih zvukova.

Opis festivala. Ring Ring festival je već 17 godina važan deo beogradske kulturne ponude i pokazatelj otvorenosti i znatiželjnosti beogradske publike. Pored glavnog festivala počeo je da radi i World Music festival „Todo Mundo“, tako da nije iznenađenje što su u programu „Ring Ring na Belefu“ i World Music i nešto drugačija, tipična Ring Ring muzika, spojeni u jedno. Festival će činiti sedam koncerata i muzičkih performansa i to u junu i u julu.

We’ll play FIVE MORE STRING QUARTETS (by Phill Niblock) on the opening concert of the BIENNALE in VENEZIA. My quartet is called QUARTETTO PROMETEO and is this year’s winner of the Silver Lion in the Biennale. Another concert will be on the 6th of OCT 2012, and it will be played again, then. Francesco Dillon,

Live in UK | February 2011

Feb 16 at Brunel University, Music Department, London, with Bob Gilmore – A seminar at 6 followed by the concert at 7.30, with a student orchestra playing PN orchestra pieces

Feb 17, 8pm, at Café OTO, London – a Brunel University event, with a student orchestra playing PN orchestra pieces – 22 Ashwin Street, E8 3DL

Feb 23 at Bath Spa University, England – Music, sponsored by James Saunders

Live at Café Oto | 17th February 2011

THURSDAY 17th February 2011
Tickets : £8 adv / £10 door
Door Times : 8pm

Phill Niblock’s music is the emancipation of the drone, the splitting into atomic parts of dozens of flailing, beating frequencies singing out loudly in close acoustical proximity to each other. His works are broad oceans of sound, where very little really “happens” but where there is a great deal to be heard, felt, and pondered.

His music involves electronic manipulation of acoustical sound sources recorded over the years by several generations of musicians, playing every instrument under the sun from flute, bass clarinet, saxophone, trombone, digeridoo, to electric guitar, bowed piano, cello, organ, hurdy-gurdy, and much else. Recordings of single held tones are layered into textures rich in micro-nuance, building into imposing, complex soundscapes.
Tonight he presents his work with live musicians.

This is the second event in Brunel@Café Oto, a new series of events organised in collaboration with the Music Department at Brunel University, tonight taking advantage of a rare Niblock appearance in the UK.

A review can be read here

Phill Niblock & Thomas Ankersmit Live in London | November 2010

Phill Niblock and Thomas Ankersmit play at St.Leonard’s Shoreditch, London
Produced by Andi Studer, Cenatus CIC
19 November 2010, doors 8pm

St.Leonard’s Church, Shoreditch, Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JN
tickets: £12 on the door, £10 advance (+booking fee), £8 advance concessions (+booking fee)

SONOLOGY CONCERT – Royal Conservatory Den Haag

Video- en audiopresentatie van sonologie in samenwerking met
Phill Niblock and Katherine Liberovskaya
3 November, Tuesday, 19:30 – 21:30 GRATIS

At Theaterzaal, Scheltema, Marktsteeg 1, 2312 CS Leiden, Netherlands +31 71 5161880

For the full program, go to: