Thir in 1763. She also specializes in combining the sounds of viola and voice. What has resulted is an unmistakable and distinct tonal language. In the visual arena, as well as in the musical context, her sound-drawings: Son-Icons have found international recognition. Hug also composes with graphic musical notation.
These have resulted in spatial and video scores range of works from solo to orchestra pieces. Solo exhibitions at the Cité internationale des Arts Paris, at the Kunstkeller Bern, Swissnex San Francisco, the Sirius Arts Centre Cobh Cork Ireland and the Musuem of Art Luzern. Collaborations with the photographer and film maker Alberto Venzago, Institute for Computer music and Sound Technology. She collaborates with performers such as Joan Jeanrenaud, Maggie Nicols, Barry Guy, Phil Minton, Larry Ochs, Elliott Sharp, and others. Hug gives lectures and master classes on improvisation, scenic music and performance, graphic notation and room installations, for example at the MC Gill University Montreal, ETH Zurich, the Hochschule für Gestaltung and Kunst in Basel, the University of British Columbia Vancouver and Victoria and CNMAT Centre for New Music and Audio Technologies UC Berkeley. Since 2008 she has held a post of lecturer at the Zürich University of the Arts. Alongside her activities in international exhibitions, Hug is also fully active as a concert performer, soloist, composer and conductor of her own works at major festivals in Europe, the United States and Canada. Official website: http://www.charlottehug.ch Read more on Last.fm.
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