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Frequenzgänge #85

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Trio
Paul Hubweber – trombone
Christoph Funabashi – guitar
Gunnar Lettow – prep. el. bass

Paul Hubweber started with playing the drums at the age of 12. After a period of playing guitar and bass he began to blow the trombone in the age of 17. Around 1974 -75 he toured through Europe jamming with several musicians all over Italy, France, the Netherlands… Coming back he settled down in Moers and began working within the organization of the Moers Festival 1973 – 77 and the Globe Unity Orchestra Workshop in 76. Also he mastered the Braxton Solo and the Christmann-Schoenenberg records on Ring music. Hubweber's 1st solo record and lots of collages where produced at his own label msc between 76 – 82, and the cooperation with musicians like Claus van Bebber, Martin Theurer, Ulrich Phillipp and others began.
In the late 80's Hubweber founded another musicians' cooperation in Cologne (AIM)together with his college Georg Wissel, with whom he had some different ensembles like BULL'S EYE ENSEMBLE, KOLLEGU PISCHU (i.e. Live Music to the silent film „The Adventures of Mr.West in the Land of Bolschewijki“, Lew Kuleschow, UdSSR 1924, with Wissel and Hans Kanty(† 2005).
The 90's started with a new version of the van Bebber-Hubweber Duo under the name of Vinyl & Blech. The trombone is electrified by numerous effects like tube screamer, echolette, harmonizer etc. The sounds of van Bebbers vinyl and the trombone often fuse and getting an industrial touch (technos love it!). He met dancer Britta Lieberknecht and they started their continuing cooperation in four different projects. These choreographies do not have the main focus on improvisation but on the relationship between sound, movement and light. The „very very good record“ (Martin Davidson) TROMBONEOS (Hubweber's third solo record) opens another side of the trombone music, „where few have traversed…“ (Steven Loewy, ALL MUSIC GUIDE) One of the important bullets in electro-acoustic music is the one with Uli Böttcher called SCHNACK. Enthusiastically modulated presets and Live-Sampling/Sound Processing seduce the trombone. („sharp – i really like it !“ Michel Waisvisz). They did more then 50 gigs in two years and nowadays they often cooperate with Michel Waisvisz. Other trios were played with Phil Minton, Michel Vorfeld and Georg Wolf.
The current „Nobody's Matter But Our Own“, duo record with Philip Zoubek/Piano is „one of the best in duo improvisation“ (Jean-Michel van Schouwburg).

Christoph Funabashi begeisterte sich als Jugendlicher für die schräge Christoph Funabashi Rockgitarre und die Klangwelten der Neuen Musik. In den Neunzigern bespielte er mit den Indierock-Bands Scare Your Girl, Ölkrise '73 und Nelson und studierte an der Hochschule der Künste Arnheim und der niederländischen Messiaen Akademie Klassische Gitarre, Popularmusik und Komposition.

Nach seinem Umzug nach Berlin 2004 spielte und schrieb er in erster Linie Kammermusik – häufig in Verbindung mit theatralen Elementen. Er arbeitete für die Zeitgenössische Oper Berlin, die Konzertreihen Unerhörte Musik und Saitenblicke, das Internationale Jugendopernfestival Utrecht, die Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz und das Theater Görlitz und brachte Werke von Martin Daske, Margarete Huber, Markus Wettstein, Torsten Papenheim und anderen Komponisten zur Uraufführung. Zur Zeit lebt er in Hamburg, wo er seine Arbeit als Gitarrist/Komponist sowie als Musikpädagoge fortsetzt.

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Eintritt: Spende
Ort: Linker Laden | Kleiner Schäferkamp 46
Web: frequenzgaenge.wordpress.com

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