MATTHEW OSTROWSKI has been working with electronics since the early 1980s, working in improvised music, music theater, and audio installations, with a continuing interest in density of microevents, rapid change, and using technology to stretch the bounds of perception and experience. He has also worked extensively as an an improvisor, having played with such luminaries as Anthony Coleman, Andrea Parkins, Nicolas Collins, John Butcher, o.blaat, Paul Loewens, Ikue Mori, Anne Wellmer, David Linton, Charles Cohen, Alfred Zimmerlin, and a host of others. His work appears on over a dozen recordings.
His work has been seen on four continents, including the Wien Modern Festival, the Kraków Audio Art Festival, Sonic Acts in Amsterdam, PS 1 and The Kitchen in New York , the Melbourne Festival, and Unyazi, the first festival of electronic music on the African continent. He has received a NYFA Fellowship for Computer Arts, awards from the Media Alliance, Arts International, and many others, and was a nominee for the prestigious Alpert Award in 2006.
GEORGE CREMASCHI has been highly active as a performer, composer and organizer in the San Francisco Bay Area improvised and New Music scene since moving there in 1988 from his native New York. Since 1999 he has been dividing his time between Oakland and the Czech Republic, where he is an administrator at CESTA, an international arts residency center. He has performed and/or recorded internationally with Evan Parker, Rova Saxophone Quartet, Greg Goodman, Nicolas Collins, Mats Gustafsson, Marshall Allen, Matthew Ostrowski, Paul Lovens, Andrea Parkins, Nels Cline, and Gino Robair to name just a few, and appears on over 25 recordings on the Apestaartje, Black Saint, Evolving Ear, Beak Doctor, Rastascan, Music & Arts, Nine Winds, and 482 Music labels.
As a composer, he has written over 100 compositions for many settings including chamber groups, small ensembles, solo contrabass, electronics, film, spoken word, dance and theater, as well as performing and collaborating in as many contexts.
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