Next concerts:

donderdag 15 mei:
Mag het?
Logos Robotorkest
zaterdag 17 mei:
GIMIK
Logos Robotorkest
zondag 25 mei:
"Chris, Caro et nous"
door Bisbigliando

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Tickets: 10 euros / 6 euros reduction (students, CJP, 65+, members of the Logos Steunfonds, Klasse-kaart)

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Logos Steunfonds 2014

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Terugblik op de vorige Logos Namuda produktie:

<M&M> Shakes!, 20 februari 2014.

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Info and contact

Offices:
Kongostraat 35, 9000 Gent, Flanders
tel. +32 9 223 8089

Concert hall:
Bomastraat 24-26-28, 9000 Gent, Flanders

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Bank account:000-0489070-93
IBAN: BE98 0000 4890 7093
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Logos Tetrahedron concert hall
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The founders of the Logos Foundation, Godfried-Willem Raes and Moniek Darge, have been active in new music since 1968. Logos is home to the <M&M> Robot Orchestra, the largest fully automated acoustic orchestra in the world. As well as playing written compositions, the robots can interact with performers (using interfaces such as radar and sonar sensors) to create new music in real time. But the Foundation is far more than just the robots. We host regular concerts by visiting artists from around the world in our specially designed Tetrahedron and present other projects such as the Pneumaphone project,the Singing Bicycles, hundreths of music boxes and we also have an extensive archive and documentation centre as well as a workshop for instrument building and a research lab. To keep up to date with our activities, why not subscribe to our e-mail list for concert updates?

Background photo © Dominique Dierick 2010.