Sébastien is an intervening musician and wild luthier, he runs workshops of musical practice and uses original instruments that he manufactures since 3 years from materials of recovery and diversion of objects.
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Knock on Wood
BY JOSH RIECK
@ VOL 16
ON DEC 04, 2015
Josh Rieck began studying the art of lutherie (stringed musical instrument making) in 2002 at Minnesota State College – Southeast Technical in Red Wing, MN. After graduating with honors from the Guitar Repair and Construction course he moved back to his hometown, Aberdeen, SD and started String Theory Musical Instrument Repair and Custom Construction, performing guitar repair for local musicians while also beginning to build various acoustic and electric instruments.
Due to local needs, Josh also began to work with violin family instruments while studying double bass performance at Northern State University. Double bass studies continued in 2007 at the University of South Dakota at which point the business also moved to Sioux Falls.
After completing his masters in 2009, Josh went full time as a luthier in a new location in Sioux Falls. Though he did return to academia in 2012-2013 while studying the history of musical instruments at the National Music Museum.
Since beginning in lutherie, Josh has built over 40 instruments and repaired thousands. As of 2015, the focus of his business has shifted toward J. Rieck Lutherie - the instrument making side of his endeavours.
He also plays with The Union Grove Pickers; sits on the board of the SD Friends of Traditional Music; is co-founder of Different Folk Records, and is a member the Guild of American Luthiers and the Ukulele Guild of Hawaii.
Bloom Where You're Planted
BY DAVID HINSON
@ VOL 3
ON FEB 03, 2017
In Honor of World Day for Audiovisual Heritage:
"Once you become more comfortable (with) making music, you find making music with other people to be a powerful experience."
In "Bloom Where You're Planted" from PechaKucha Night Baton Rouge Vol. 3, Ex- Baton Rouge Symphony member Dave Hinson talks about the foundation of the Adult Music Club in Baton Rouge and how his life has inspired him to help ordinary people find ways in which they can express themselves creatively.
Elektronikos · Fantasticos
BY RYOICHI KIYOMIYA
@ VOL 150
ON SEP 27, 2017
Ei Wada uses old electrical appliances to make electronic musical instruments and music. His latest gig will be at "Elektronikos · Fantasticos!", a festival solely to celebrate the creation of new kinds of instruments. In its third run this November, "Elektronikos · Fantasticos!" promises a whirlpool of houseware-turned-instruments and music concerts. Join in, as Ryoichi Kiyomiya presents aboout Ei Wada and his posse and their idiosyncratic genre of music making.