Therminal C [tεrminal se] | noun: “one woman band” orchestra for theremin & synthesizers.
Thereminal C is Coralie Ehinger’s solo project, taking the form of a 15-20 minute-long musical performance. Playing the theremin, while using the electrical signals of the instrument’s antennas to control her analogue synthesizers, that's Coralie's current project.
The result is a delicate and minimalist music, played 100% live, with haunting theremin melodies and heady electronic sounds.
AUDIO KINO I duo with Soon B.
An enigmatic journey with symphonic VST, melodies, beats and analog electro sounds on board. A powerful alchemy that drags music into extravagant and shy contortions. From minimal inspiration to chaotic overabundance of sound, Audio Kino composes audacity with some malice.
A style that can not be explained, but that can be seen with ears, throughout the lock of the soul ..
Philippe Beau is a shadowgrapher : he produces and performs hand shadows. As he discovered the Theremin, he thought of creating a performance dedicated to the hand and its hability to danse in the air, creating music and shadow. He then contacted Coralie Ehinger and they met for a first improvisation in Paris at la Gaîté Lyrique, in February 2017. The first stone of the edifice was laid, the performance can start evolving and elaborating, thanks to the support of The Gaîté Lyrique et ProHelvetia. The première took place on La Gaîté lyrique main's stage, on the 29th October 2017.
"Our hands create sounds and images, Theremin and Ombromanie (Shadow making in French), two words that are somewhat similar and have the same approach: not touching anything, let your hands be "free". Free of movement, free to create in space and always in such a precise way. This concert / performance is also a tribute to the oldest electronic instrument and the oldest way to create an image. Two little-known and complementary disciplines. A choreography of a new kind : A Ballet with four hands, in freedom. " Philippe Beau