KSND Live#3: Andrea Laudante

Tomorrow July 24th, at 9.30 p.m. don’t miss the third KSND live streaming.
We will have the pleasure of listening to the Italian composer Andrea Laudante who will delight us from his home studio with a performance of meditative music using piano notes and experimental sounds.

Domani 24 Luglio alle ore 21.30 non perdete il terzo KSND live streaming.
Avremo il piacere di ascoltare il compositore italiano Andrea Laudante che ci delizierà dal suo home studio con una performance di musica meditativa tra note di pianoforte e suoni sperimentali.

LIVE STREAMING LINK HERE

Day: 24.07.2020 – Hour: 9.30 p.m. (Italian time zone)

ARTIST INFO

Artist: Andrea Laudante
Genre: Electroacoustic / Modern Classical / Experimental
Map: Italy
Album: Link

Andrea Laudante is an Italian composer and multi-instrumentalist. His works are mostly influenced by relationships between instrumental and electroacoustic sounds and concepts of Oriental philosophies. Alongside his solo activity he has collaborated and currently works wit other artists like: OEOAS (orchestra elettroacustica officina arti sonica), Barriera, Aedact, Donato Cutolo, Daniele Sepe and others. With his side project degoya (with Francesco di Cristofaro and Gabriele Tinto) is working on their first album “fragmenta” that will be out in 2020. After “3 mandala” in 2016 (three pieces for piano solo), his first official solo album is “Banat banat ban jai”. He is currently studying composition and electroacoustic music.

KS37 Available Now

Andrea Laudante “Banat banat ban jai” is now available in store in digital format and cd.

Listen and buy here

It’s a pleasure for Krysalisound to begin the new year with a new Italian debut album. 
Andrea Laudante is a young pianist with an experimental soul that I’m sure will have a bright future. Banat banat ban jai is a spiritual mind journey in which piano talks with silence and noise creating a sensational album that I hope you will love as much as I did! 

Banat banat ban jai is a diary of a journey through sound and listening, as a form of meditation. Listening carefully to every kind of sounds in different places and with several methods gave me a new perception of the world around and inside me. In this work these two worlds melt into each other and became become one. The only subject is sound and its origin, in all its forms. The focus of the research is looking for a common ground between concrete and instrumental music. There is no difference between the sound that comes from a guitar and the sound that comes from wind blowing trough leaves, if we know how to listen.

Thanks

Krysalisound