All posts filed under “Collaborations


odbooqpo is a Slovenian-Italian trio creating a sonic blend of psychedelic improvised music: spanning from contemporary electroacoustic pieces to space-free-jazz a la Sun Ra. odbo opqo has been invited to present its music in renowned international festival and clubs for contemporary music such as Interpenetration […]

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Dance Concert (2018)

I developed the sound control for 8 theremins on stage and the live music for the choreography of Ola Maciejewska’s Dance Concert. Premiered at Centre Pompidou, Paris. Co-production: National Taichung Theater (TW), Centre chorégraphique national de Caen en Normandie (FR), Productiehuis /Theater Rotterdam (NL), Ballet […]

(un)focussed (2016)

Synchronising the brain signals of two performers with the Audience’s (un)focussed is a live EEG experience, in which we try to “tune” the minds of all audience in the room and the performers to the same mental state by using a flickering light at 10Hz. […]

Wave Train (2016)

“Wave Train” by D. Behrman directed by N. Collins, conducted by A. Novello in the first international version using two resonating pianos and one harpsichord, Conservatory of music C. Pollini in Padua, Players: R. Marogna, N. Sanguin, E. Guizzo, M. Polato, F. Dani, Salice, R. […]


I curated the real-time sound-design and live interactivity of three dancer’s dresses with 6 microphones on stage for the choreography of Ola Maciejewska. Presented in the most important theaters and dance festivals throughout Europe. Co-production: Ménagerie de verre – Paris (FR), LE CN D un […]

What’s Left (2012)

I created the music for the choreography of Liat’s Waysbort. What’s left is a personal fascination over the changes and shifts of social structures in our reality. What’s left sparkled its way into an artistic exploration through wondering what is needed now, in a society […]

VAGUE (2012)

Choreography for inorganic elements and magic In this research project we look closer at the evolution of the magician’s craft. From the street performers of the Middle Ages, till the daredevils from the 19th century Golden Age of Magic, till early 20th century vaudeville. In […]