A short trailer for violin sidetracks for violin solo with kinect, lights and live-electronics. The base material for this video was kindly recorded at klingt gut! festival, Hamburg, 2016 by Bianca Peruzzi.
eden.eden, 2.7.2016, City-Nord-Park Hamburg performance for violin, computer, architectural object and dancers Live-Performance for violin solo and Max for Live based electronics. A video made with a head camera worn by of one of the dancers can be found here
composed and programmed by Martin von Frantzius, 2016 Ronald Vitzhum, double bass Recording of premiere with elements of rehearsal (sound only) – Meßmer Momentum, Hamburg Hafen City, 22.01.2016 kontra! sidetracks for double bass and computer is part of the composers’ … Read More
solo improvisation, violin, computer and kinect, dancers in an architectural performance UA: 13.07.2013, 22:30, HafenCity Universität Hamburg Part of a big architectural performance in HCU Hamburg.
TATORT Bullerdeich solo-performance for violin, laptop and kinect-camera Premiere: October, 19th 2012 Hamburg, Künstlerhaus „Bullerdeich 12“, Hamburg Vernissage Even if it’s poor quality, but it’s nice to remember. Thank you very much for filming!
val_kyries (part of the same named architecture-installation) solo violin, laptop and kinect-camera driven effects played by Martin von Frantzius dance-performance: Suse Tietjen Premiere: July 14th, 2012, HafenCity Universität Hamburg
audiovisual performance (Cyberopéra) in collaboration with Sarah Cassenti and Mogly Speix music made with violin, kinect camera and elektronics video not available at the moment Premiere: Mai 15th, 2012, Paris, Batofar 2nd Performance: Mai 20th, Paris, Maison de l’Architecture, Dimanche … Read More
audiovisual performance (Cyberopéra) in collaboration with Sarah Cassenti and Mogly Speix realtime video programming + violin and electronics Additional mix-track by Loïc Djian Premiere: October 16th, 2011, Petit Bain, Paris Dimanche Rouge The kinect camera was used to follow the … Read More
violin and laptop Premiere: February 2nd, 2008, Museum für das Fürstentum Lüneburg, violin and live-electronics: Martin v. Frantzius Improvisation with different self written Audio Effects. Main intentions: polyrhythm and sound