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Michael Fischer musician-composer-instant composition conductor
works on the immanence of language within sounds, their sculptural and dramatic evidence, on the tenor saxophone, the violin, on cd-player setting and conducted instant compositions, in improvised and experimental music / noise / soundscapes.
Since 1999 connecting the electro-acoustic phenomenon feedback - developed the feedback_saxophone.
Collaborations in literature - focus experimental poetry -, dance, performance, installation, video.
Beneath his longstanding collaborations such as duo BAGG*FISH with ARG/NL drummer Marcos Baggiani, Michael Fischer launched the Vienna Improvisers Orchestra (2004), since then elaborating an individual hand-sign practice / instant composition conducting, similar Butch Morris' 'conductions'. - As instant composition conductor he works for international improvising orchestras, temporarily large ensembles and choirs.



cooperations
with musicians and composers

John Edwards, Marc Sanders, Marcos Baggiani, Michael Vatcher, Gail Brand, Hilary Jeffery, Felicity Provan, Joao Castro Pinto, Daisuke Terauchi, Tamaho Miyake, Wilbert de Joode, Karoline Leblanc, Paolo Ferreira Lopes, William Parker, Denis Charles (t), Irene Schweizer, Peter Kowald (t), Peter Jacquemyn, Lukas Ligeti, Franciszek Araszkiewicz, Rozemarie Heggen, Korhan Erel, Ken Okami, Ito Atsuhiro, Meinrad Kneer, Burton Greene, Alan Purves, Marcos Fernandez, Johannes Bauer, Takuji Kawai, Takumi Ito, Mark Dresser, Phil Durrant, Thierry Ex, Andy Moor, Agnes Heginger, Annette Giesriegl, Didi Kern, Alessandro Vicard, Davide Granato, Elio Amato, Vinicius Cajado, Ivo Bol, Eric Boeren, Noel Akchote, Gary Smith, Joe Williamson, London Improvisers Orchestra a.m.o.
with authors
Petra Ganglbauer, Gerhard Rühm (founding member of the 'Wiener Gruppe'), Gerhard Jaschke, Peter Waugh, Magdalena Knapp-Menzel, Semier Insayif, Peter Pessl, Dieter Sperl, Valeri Scherstjanoi, Ilse Kilic, Julian Schutting, Ferdinand Schmatz, Birgit Schwaner, Christine Huber, Lisl Ujvari, Sophie Reyer, Rolf Schwendter, Margret Kreidl, Lucas Cejpek, Fritz Widhalm, Erika Kronabitter, Susanne Toth, Konrad Prissnitz, Thomas Antonic, Sina Klein, Lisa Spalt, Marietta Böning, Regina Hilber, Adelheid Dahimène (t), Raoul Schrott, Waltraud Haas, Toni Kleinlercher, Karin Spielhofer, Günter Vallaster, Klaus Haberl, Nikolaus Scheibner, Christian Katt, Wolfgang Helmhart, Bernhard Widder, Stefan Alfare, Karin Schöffauer (t), with Dmitri Prigow (t doyen of russian conceptual art, Puschkin award winner 1993) together with translater and publisher of contemporary russian literature Erich Klein and with Maria Nicolini

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