Improvisation with large ensambles

Improvisation with conduction

“Conduction: The practice of conveying and interpreting a lexicon of directives to modify or construct sonic arrangement or composition; a structure-content exchange between composer/ conductor /instrumentalist that provides immediate possibilities to alter or initiate harmony, melody, rhythm, tempo, progression, articulation, phrasing or form by manipulating pitch, dynamics, timbre, duration and order in real-time”. Lawrence D. «Butch» Morris

Conduction with the Argentinean Improvisation Ensemble



Chamber Orchester La Tribu


Ensamble Desarmadero under the conduction of Marcelo Moguilevsky and Marcelo Katz


Other experiences with large Ensembles

Europa Meta Orchestra



Hearing the space
with the Master Improvisation Students from the Basel Music Academy