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Vronihof Kulturverein im 17.


Der Kulturverein Vronihof versteht sich als Ort zur Vernetzung von kunst- und kulturschaffenden Personen und zur Förderung von Kunst in Wien und darüber hinaus. Der vielseitig einsetzbare Vronihof im 17. Bezirk bietet die dafür entsprechenden Räumlichkeiten, die für unterschiedliche Formate genutzt werden können.

An Freitagabenden spielt Vroni auf und lädt ein zu ungewöhnlichen Konzerten in Wohnzimmeratmosphäre mit der Grazie einer betrunkenen alten Dame und dem Nimbus gemütlicher Unberechenbarkeit.

Achtung: Es wird nicht jeder Freitag bespielt, die offenen Tage werden hier und auf Facebook vermerkt.


July 29  – October 22, 2022

Circuit Fantôme 

Weekly series of Octophonic Pieces
curated by Anton Iakhontov in close cooperation with Daniel Teruggi

every Friday and Saturday 18.00-22.00

Veronikagasse 24, 1170 Wien, Österreich


Circuit Fantôme Season 1 Episode 1
Daniel Teruggi

July 29, 2022   Friday

18.00 – 19.30   Round table   Passive progressive, or
what’s wrong with “experimental music”
Participants: Daniel Teruggi, Elisabeth Zimmermann, Elisabeth Schimana
Moderator: Anton Iakhontov aka. Patrick K.-H.
19.30 – 22.00   Live performance / Listening session

July 30, 2022   Saturday

18.00 – 22.00   Live performance / Listening session

Works  ─  Unsoundables, 17’/2021  |  Nova Puppis, 20’/2020  |  Punctus spatio, 17’ / 2022  (all three are Austrian premieres)

About the Series

WEEKLY SERIES OF OCTOPHONIC PIECES, ACCOMPANIED BY “VIDEO POSTCARDS”  — The performance series is put together with the ACOUSMONIUM regular peer-advisor Daniel Teruggi and takes place in Vronihof, 1170 Vienna.  Multichannel works of French, as well as international composers/sound artists will be presented in an octophonic setup. Each week an artist is invited to present a piece.  The piece will be played in a loop for two days; the listener is invited to experience sound in a unique way. 

Circuit fantôme is a descriptive characteristic coined by François Bayle during the round table at the first St. Petersburg ACOUSMONIUM festival in 2018. Contemplating on the issues of habitat of electroacoustic music, he underscored that, being born to parents – technology and music – it remains unrecognized by neither of them, and thus doomed to maintain the roaming existence, hijacking the existing infrastructure if the existing institutions, functioning as a ghost circuit – circuit fantôme.

ARTIST TALKS / ROUND TABLE — We invite each participating (living) artist to take part in an artist talk – live or via zoom.

TEACHING / EDUCATION — Another component of the programme is teaching/education. Daniel Teruggi himself already offered to hold a workshop in Vienna.  Besides, two round table talks will take place in Vienna:

  • “Experimental Music” – Is this term helpful or maybe even confusing? What are composers of multichannel/spacial music thinking about referring to it?
  • “The (Live-)Stream as a medium for multichannel/spacial music” – Is it a valid option to present works of this kind?

Circuit Fantôme


#1    Daniel Teruggi
29.07. & 30.07.2022

Known as an amazing teacher, composer, researcher and curator, we are very honoured to not only arrange this programme together with Daniel Teruggi, but also have the possibility to present and spread his work, word, charme and knowledge.

  • Live performance
  • Round table
    “Experimental Music” – Is this term helpful or maybe even confusing? What are composers of multichannel/spacial music thinking about referring to it?

Born in Argentina in 1952, Daniel Teruggi has developed his professional career in France, where he lives since 1977. Composer and researcher, he has worked since 1981 in various positions at Ina, such as Director of GRM and Director of the Research and Experimentation Department of Ina.

Info about the event …

Don´t miss the other events of the series – participating artists will be announced soon

05.08. & 06.08.2022

12.08. & 13.08.2022

19.08. & 20.08.2022

26.08. & 27.08.2022

02.09. & 03.09.2022

09.09. & 10.09.222

16.09. & 17.09.2022

23.09. & 24.09.2022

30.09. & 01.10.2022

07.10. & 08.10.2022

14.10. & 15.10.2022

21.10. & 22.10.2022

Der Vronihof dankt:

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