3Corners of the World

3Corners of the World

A worldwide quartet of accomplished electroacoustic improvisors + ​edGeCut from India starts their first collaboration for unprecendented global futuristic sounds, from nature to culture and beyond...

Robert Jürjendal, a grad  u ate of Robert Fripp’s League of Crafty Guitarists, formed the Weekend Guitar Trio in 1993. They have toured in England, Russia, Lithuania, Moldova, Finland, France, Germany and Sweden and have recorded five CDs.  In 1995 Weekend Guitar Trio won the First prize at Lausanne international guitar festival.  Since 1997 Jürjendal has taught guitar at the Old Town Music House in Tallinn, Estonia. http://unsung-records.com/robertjuerjendal

Petri Kuljuntausta is one of the most celebrated electronic artists in Finland, the author of the 'On/Off', the definitive history of Finnish electronic music, and 'eXtreme Sound', a review of the whole experimental scene and on his own approach to music. Kuljuntausta has performed or collaborated with Morton Subotnick, Atau Tanaka, Richard Lerman, Markus Reuter and Sami van Ingen. https://sites.google.com/site/petrikuljuntausta/

ECM recording artist David Rothenberg is also a composer and author of 'Why Birds Sing', now published in six languages and turned into a BBC TV documentary. He has also jammed with whales in Thousand Mile Song, encountered millions of singing insects in Bug Music and jammed with nightingales in Berlin.  Rothenberg has performed or recorded with Marilyn Crispell, Barry Guy, Hamid Drake, Glen Velez, Peter Gabriel, Ray Phiri, Nils Økland, and the Karnataka College of Percussion.  He has six albums out under his own name, including ‘On the Cliffs Of the Heart,’ voted as one of the best records of the year 1995 by Jazziz Magazine.  http://davidrothenberg.net/

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