Following a string of talks and workshops by noted artists and researchers, the festival programme returns to the small hall of Globus on Saturday, September 19 with a new collaborative performance by Russian composer and sound artist HMOT and celebrated improv pianist Roman Stolyar.
Siberian-born artist Mårble, who is also billed for the CTM Siberia finale on September 20 under his Space Holiday Rocks alias, closes out the segment with a live set.
Roman Stolyar is a composer, piano improviser, writer and educator from Russia. Born in 1967 in Novosibirsk, Siberia into a family of engineers, Stolyar graduated from Novosibirsk College of Music as a jazz pianist and from Novosibirsk State Conservatoire as a composer of contemporary and electronic music.
Mårble is one of Novosibirsk-born Anton Glebov’s many projects. As an artist and a musician, he plays a hyperactive role in Echotourist community, runs his own cassette label Hair.del and acts as key player in the Siberian underground culture.
Dasha Guseva is a graphic designer and VJ from Krasnoyarsk, Siberia.
HMOT is the stage name of Stanislav Sharifullin, a composer and sound artist based in Krasnoyarsk, Russia. He runs the tape label Klammklang and works as a music, art & science events curator between Siberia’s major cities.