Just had a beautiful, sold out premiere with “Das Geräusch einer Schnecke beim Essen” that I produced the music for. The piece is based on the award winning book “The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating” by Elisabeth Tova Bailey. The author even wrote us an email:
“What a terrific adaptation you have created.” Elisabeth Tova Bailey
Streamer & my alter ego CJ Croquet just released our first full length album “Sunshine Tours”. Available on Bandcamp. Streamer is the producer name of Amsterdam based theatre composer and DJ Gary Shepherd.
Get your copy here: www.streamer-cj.bandcamp.com/releases
I just finished music, sound design and text recording for the theatre performance “Kings of Interest”.
New track by Streamer feat. my alter ego CJ Croquet out now on this beautiful double LP vinyl compilation on Hawaii Bonsai Records.
I did some sound design for the upcoming performance “November” by Laura Witzleben. The piece just showed a short research version at Tanzhaus Zürich.
In 2013 I wrote the music for “How to be/loved” by Antoinette Helbing and the piece is still touring 5 years later!
19th Jan at the Royal Danish Theatre Copenhagen / De Frie Felts Festival.
First sketches of music for an upcoming book and online dance film project by Dorottya Kiss. More to follow!
I’m currently preparing music for an audio visual performance kind of thing that I’m very excited about. The pieces are going to be performed live. Here are two pieces that are most likely going to be a part of the performance.
I just finished this latin big band flavoured track for a short animation movie called “Desert Life”. The track is written, performed and programmed by me.
According to the Aargauer Zeitung, I make “epic music”. That’s something I can live with.
12 tracks I wrote for the theater performance “Transit (Home)”.
Currently working on music for this theater piece.
Live video projections and photo: Heta Multanen
My tracks “Sheets and Stones” and “Metz” are used in an exhibition by Stefan Schäfer and Dr. Emily West (Digital Death Drive) at Stedelijk Museum Breda, NL. The exhibition “Wonderlijk weefsel” also features work by Jon Rafman, Constant Dullaart, Rosa Menkman and more.
Theater company Lowtech Magic (that I’m a part of) is awarded 30.000 CHF funding by the Swisslos Funds / Kanton Aargau for further development of the company.