Free Jazz/Improv new trio with: Yoav Zohar – drums and balafon, Shai Ran – double bass, Davidovsky – sop sax and electronics, first show at Hanut 31, Tel Aviv, listen here:
“30 Spokes” is a composition for four celli recorded onto four audio cassettes. The cello players have received an “offline” score that has been executed and recorded individually. During the concert each player plays its own recorded stuff following the “online” score for 4 audio cassettes. Composed by Daniel Davidovsky Performed by Musica Nova Ensemble […]
EFT’s music is based on the spontaneous improvisational language created by the trio. This language incorporates elements of Noise, Free Jazz, Rock and contemporary electronic music, thus creating an immense sound and wild textural layers.
Bolts is a trio project that has begun spontaneously on stage and since then it keeps rolling slowly, no rush.
Yoni Silver on bass clarinet, Ofer Bymel on drums and Daniel Davidovsky on amplified bicycle.
The work Reel to Wheel is now shown in Haifa Museum of Art as part of the exhibition “100 years to Ready Made”.
First time collaboration with NY based composer Guy Barash. We’ve played two concerts, in Tel Aviv and in Jerusalem. Guy Barash – field recordings Davidovsky – amplified bicycle January 2013 Listen to the recorded set: [soundcloud id=’77516670′] [soundcloud id=’77518171′] [soundcloud id=’77518172′] [soundcloud id=’77838430′]
Daniel Davidovsky converts his bicycle into a musical instrument. By attaching a contact microphone to the bike’s frame and applying various physical gestures and techniques, it is possible to amplify the sounds produced by the different parts of the bicycle.
Solo Concert played on 25/6/2012 at Hanut31 Gallery in Tel Aviv. Daniel Davidovsky: Amplified Soprano Sax and Effects [YoutubeFancyZoom=U_0rVkS80rE]
Nadav Assor & Daniel Davidovsky – Stripping is a live audio/video performance, set to take place on the 80’ long video wall of the Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago, July 20th 2012, 7pm-10pm
Compositions from 2005-2006