a duet for mechanical pianos composed for the Pianos Without Organs Festival. Pianos Without Organs was a festival of experimental and cybernetic music. It took place at Greywalls Hallin Raleigh, North Carolina, in the United States, from October 7-9 2016. However, at this same time, Hurricane Matthew made landfall in McClellanville, South Carolina. Roads were closed due to the 75 mph winds and my piece was dropped from the program due to time restrictions. Now, with the help of curators Alex Grimes and Anatoly Larkin, this video performance has been made possible. There is also the possibility of arranging a live performance of the piece in any piano shop that contains two Steinway pianos outfitted with their Spiro mechanical piano systems. Should you wish to organize such a performance, please do not hesitate to get in touch through my website: https://jorgeboehringer.tumblr.com Special Thanks To: Alex Grimes and Anatoly Larkin
In Warmer Seasons, performed by tracensemble
Circular Bridge Squirrel Walk
for amplified viola, performer, and feedback system
composed and performed by Jorge Boehringer
The performances and installation works documented here were
the result of a five day workshop held at the University of Huddersfield during the Electric Spring Festival 2017.
Jorge Boehringer’s March 2017 percussion trio as premiered by Line Upon Line Percussion from Austin, Tx. Concert was held in Phipps Hall at the University of Huddersfield
Installation by Eleanor Cully and Jorge Boehringer from the Prague, Czech Republic exhibition CyberSpace # 2017.
This was one of many pieces presented in an exhibition of works created during a weeklong workshop investigating new conceptual and technical approaches to art making. The workshop was directed by Pascal Silondi and was a cooperative effort by Libat (CZ/FR) and Prague College (CZ). Special thanks to Jakub Grosz for the balloons and the University of Huddersfield for the contact mics!
This video documents three pieces by Jorge Boehringer.
These were exhibited in May 2015, as part of Discrete Positions
a group show atUnit 9 Gallery in Huddersfield, UK.
and here below are a number of releases:
or listen to these tracks here:
this track appears on the Symmetrical Cavepeople self-release from 2011
Mysterious Sources of Light:
written several years ago, performed by Ensemble, Inc in New York City
Tzero: Another 1 Over the Square Root of One Minus v squared Over T squared:
for orchestra, otherwise same as above, score is on this website someplace if you are curious
title track from the 2010 release You’ll Need a Katapult (Klangundkrach, Czech Republic)
track made from pieces created from sound design artifacts left over from an installation with Norwegian artist Anders Gronlien
first track from Affinity Groups
second track from Affinity Groups
from Affinity Groups
Canons at Undisclosed Locations:
final track from Affinity Groups
Last.Fm has pages under the names Jorge Boehringer, JorgeBoehringer, and Core of theCoalman:
(this record was bootlegged in China and they changed
the name to “Greek Mythology World”
(this one was originally released on BOC – bent over
cowboy, or bag of crap, depending on your feeling-
which was a label in Oakland and i really like it but it is
gone gone gone, except for here are most of the tracks)
(this one is so old no one has ever heard it, or
remembers it, except as an echo – cover drawing by Eric
King, as with Snow Lights and Unsynchronized Eye)