One Moment Free Improv is a variable collective and ever expanding managed without principle of authority, for a full cooperation between stakeholders. OMFI is undoubtedly motivated by a desire to spread as widely as possible improvised music, to extract some stovepipe chapels in which it tends to be placed, to make it accessible to all age groups and try to do away with prejudices she is the victim.
In partnership with City Sonic (where OMFI will propose an event in the city of Mons in September) and Transonic label, are invited Belgian sound artists Timo van Luijk and Kris Vanderstraeten for a collaboration “marked by improvisations that seem to deviate the laws of gravity, wide moments free from all forms where the percussion seems to mimic natural phenomena and the rest of the sound palette (amplified objects) “(as described by Jerome Noetinger in the French magazine Metamkine) and percussionist/sounds poet Nicolas Lelièvre (who played with among other Carlos Zingaro, Joelle Leandre, Ted Milton, Norscq, Ghédalia Tazartès …) that is capable of creating a world with a cut tomato, melody rhythms with a cymbal, a song with a drum, a dance with a scrap piece.
Coproduction festival City Sonic & Transcultures. Partnership Transonic.be label.