Robert Henke: CBM 8032 AV

Donau-Uni Krems / Audimax Donau-Uni Krems / Audimax

  1. Donau-Uni Krems / Audimax Donau-Uni Krems / Audimax
    Reservation available from April 30, 10 am

    Reservation available from April 30, 10 am

    Due to limited capacities, please reserve your free numbered tickets for the performance. Requests for remaining places can be made 20 minutes before begin at the respective event venue. No admission after the beginning of the performance. A maximum of two tickets can be reserved per performance. We kindly ask you to pick up your numbered tickets at the ticket counter up to 30 minutes before the beginning of the event. Thereafter, the reservations are no longer valid.
  2. Donau-Uni Krems / Audimax Donau-Uni Krems / Audimax
    Reservation available from April 30, 10 am

    Reservation available from April 30, 10 am

    Due to limited capacities, please reserve your free numbered tickets for the performance. Requests for remaining places can be made 20 minutes before begin at the respective event venue. No admission after the beginning of the performance. A maximum of two tickets can be reserved per performance. We kindly ask you to pick up your numbered tickets at the ticket counter up to 30 minutes before the beginning of the event. Thereafter, the reservations are no longer valid.

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Without Robert Henke the history of electronic music in the last decades would have been a different one. The software “Ableton Live”, which he co-developed at the end of the 90s, has been the most important and influential means of production for generations of artists. In his own projects Henke explores the synaesthesia from even rhythms, light, and moving installations. At donaufestival he presents the performance CBM 8032 AV, which he developed together with Anna Tskhovrebov, with graphics and sound generated by five Commodore CBM 8032 computers from 1980.

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