This live-act took place on 11.11.2013 in Shenzhen. It was part of the ChoP Festival 2013 - Polish Experimental Music in China.

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After a great day with Sen Piji, Zen Lu, Er Dao, Tie Qi and their friends we went for the soundcheck in Misthaus Gallery. It was located in a postindustrial building situated on the mountain, surrounded by trees and green hills of Shenzhen. The atmosphere of the whole district was the closest to what I had in my mind while imagining China. We discovered there a lot of small shops, street restaurants, nice buildings and people living their lives outside with nature.

Around 7 PM the place was already filled with people, so the decision was made to begin the event before 8 PM. The first of four liveacts was performed by Gold Plated Face, Guiddo and Zhang Jianfu. Afterwards the stage was taken over by Michal Wolski, Er Dao, Błażej Malinowski and Tie Qi. They performed over 45 minutes. The third part of the show was the liveact by Zen Lu and Kim Nasung.

The last duo was Shen Piji playing on Guqin and cofounder of ChoP Project – Grzegorz Bojanek – who played his electronic devices. Their performance turned out to be a beautiful, ambient liveact mixing traditional Chinese sounds and melodies filtered by Grzegorz.

More photos from the concert here: chop-project.com/misthouse-concert/


released December 16, 2015

Grzegorz Bojanek (electronics, DIY instruments, Ableton Live),
Shen Piji (guqin)

mastering: Michał Wolski
text: Błażej Malinowski
cover photo: Renata Mossor
cover art: Grzegorz Bojanek


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Grzegorz Bojanek (1975). As an artist he consequently introduces field recordings and electroacoustic sounds into his compositions which are the combination of the modern melodics ambient and sometimes noise.

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