Martina Stock, neo-harpist, presents a new dimension between the classical elegance of the harp and pulsating electronic music in a unique interplay.
The compositions on her second solo album "Tina Marti - electroacoustic harp" range from pieces with catchy melodies to rousing tracks.
The lead harp, which can also be perceived as "vocals", merges with the rhythmic beats and electronic textures.
The live performance, a "visual performing soundsculpture", shows an innovative interplay of light, sound and technology. The audience is transported into special realms of emotions and fantasies.
The harp, an instrument with a long history in classical music, finds a refreshing new interpretation in this interplay.
Melodies are harmonised with the pulsating beats and grooves and blur the boundaries between tradition and avant-garde.