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Gaudenz Badrutt

(livesampling – electronics & computer)

He began as a pianist in the field of contemporary classic music and works since more than 15 years as an electronics musician in the field of improvised electroacoustic music.
He is best known in current times as an improvising electronics musician using computers (sampling) and various other electronic apparatus. Filigree, minimal noises, drones and dense structures are key characteristics of his music. Central to Badrutt’s activities are the duo with Jonas Kocher (accordion), Solos, the duo with Hans Koch (bass clarinet, sopranosaxophone) and the working-band duo strøm with Christian Müller (electronics). He is further occupied in the fields of electronic composition, sound & video installation and videos (like ‚magma‘ and ‚Quiet Novosibirsk‘).
Gaudenz Badrutt has collaborated with Morishige Yasumune, Ilia Belorukov, Andy Guhl, Alexander Markvart, Naoya Murata, Strotter Inst., Michael Vorfeld, Jean-Philippe Gross, Toshimaru Nakamura, Diatribes, Bertrand Gauguet, FM Einheit et al. with concerts at home and abroad, including at the Festivals Sanatorium of Sound Sokolowsko/Poland 2016, Sound Reasons 2015 in Dehli/Goa/Bangalore India, Musikfestival Bern 2015, Vertical Collisions and Irtijal Beirut 2015, Croisements Kagoshima 2014, Airegin/Improfestival Yokohama 2013, SwissMusicDays Belgrade 2013, Zwei Tage Zeit Zürich 2012, Terrains Basel 2011, Influx Toulouse 2011, Transmediale Berlin 2009, Zoom in Bern 2008, Rue du Nord Lausanne 2008, Norberg Festival (Sweden) 2006, Taktlos/Tonart Bern 2006. His videoworks has been played at the Transmediale 09 Berlin, Festival Zwei Tage Zeit Zürich 2012, Spinafest St.Petersburg.
Gaudenz Badrutt lives in Biel (Switzerland).

Main projects:

Solo (analog effects, objects, livesampling)

Duo Jonas Kocher & Gaudenz Badrutt

strøm (with Christian Müller, electronics)

Duo Hans Koch & Gaudenz Badrutt