2020 / 19:20 – 19:40 [gmt] live from BRATISLAVA


Radio station:                                 RTVS – Rádio Devín + Rádio_FM
Venue/s of the event:                   A4 Space for Contemporary Culture
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The experimental ensemble EIAPUF from the Elementary School of Art Exnárova (Bratislava), will perform under the baton of Tibor Feledi a memorial concert on the occasion of the death anniversary of the Slovak “intermedia” artist Milan Adamčiak. The programme is set up of his compositions, supplemented by works by the world composers of related genre – John Cage and Cornelius Cardew. These artists have one thing in common and that´s an identic experimental line in the field of musical creation with specific graphical scores and experimental conceptions as common features (2nd half of 20th century). USA, UK and Slovakia thus musically “meet” in the unique world of artistic experiments.

About Milan Adamčiak Milan Adamčiak (*1946 † 16th January 2017)
-might be for somebody a strange and curious figure of Bratislava streets and cafés but for someone else he might be one of the most progressive Slovak artists of the last 20 – 30 years.
Milan Adamčiak -left us on 16 January 2017
Milan Adamčiak =
-musicologist, poet, performer, artist, visual artist, collector, fan of alternative styles
-living legend and at the same time fighter against all legends
-numerous performances, exhibitions, provocative announcements, hand shakings, admiration and backbiting, thanks, smiles and tears, applauses, making and keeping eyes, ears and other human senses open
Milan Adamčiak is simply Milan Adamčiak.

E I A P U F Ensemble
Ivan Valach – synth
Adam Beňo – piano
Mária Blahová – saxophone
Matej Bělousov – percussions
Jakub Artur Kollár – guitar
Karolína Miháliková – violoncello
Samuel Švec – bass guitar
Rudolf Pepucha – electronics
Tibor Feledi – conductor

Live visual by: Jakub Pišek