The participants’ list of Improcon 2017 is finally here! In the past weeks we received applications from all over the world. After this year off and after finding our new festival location, Improcon is honoured to host more than 70 artists – musicians, performers, dancers, visual artists, poets etc. – from 18 countries. Please note: as we are getting closer to the date of the festival, there may be slight changes in the participants’ list.
From the United States: Linda Sharrock – voice.
From Canada: Julie Delisle – bass flute.
From Mexico: Mauricio Valdes – guitar.
From Argentina: Tatiana Heuman – drums.
From Australia: Trevor Brown – bass clarinet.
From Japan: Rieko Okuda – viola and piano.
From Finland: Antti Virtaranta – double bass.
From France: Vincent Pernollet – graphic art.
From Italy: Erika Sofia Sollo – voice, Elisa Ulian – voice, Lucio Tasca – guitar.
From Austria: Yvonne Hofmeister – voice and flute, Mario Rechtern – saxophone, Markus Krispel – saxophone, Eva Ursprung – saxophone, Sylvia Bruckner – piano, Irene Kepl – violin, Gabriele Drab – paetzold recorder, Harald Hofmeister – guitar, Peter Plessas – guitar.
From Slovenia: Ina Puntar – voice, Žiga Jenko – voice, Matej Bunderla – saxophone, Marko Jenič – violin, Ana Kravanja – violin, viola, Samo Kutin – hurdy-gurdy, Klemen Šali – electronics, Ivo Poderžaj – bass guitar, Jošt Drašler – double bass, Tomaž Grom – double bass, Matjaž Bajc – double bass, Gašper Livk – double bass, Vid Drašler – drums, Zala Pezdir – dance, Tea Grahek – dance and video documentation, Eva Kosel – photo documentation.
From Croatia: Zoran Kelava – clarinet, Henry Marič – bass clarinet, Damir Prica – saxophone, Miodrag Gladović – guitar, Boris Janje – double bass, Ivan Mršič – percussions, Marija Dejanović – poetry, Vid Jeraj – poetry, Žarko Jovanovski – poetry, Siniša Matasović – poetry.
From Serbia: Marina Džukljev – piano, Tijana Stanković – violin, Aleksandar Škorić – drums, Igor Petković – performance, Mileta Mijatović – poerty, Igor Ripak – art installation and photo documentation.
From Macedonia: Ivan Trenev – accordion.
From Hungary: Balázs Wizner – trumpet, Gergő Kováts – saxophone, Dániel Cseke – saxophone, Ottó Horváth – trombone, Máté Pozsár – piano, Bálint Bolcsó – electronics, Albert Márkos – cello, Péter Ajtai – double bass, Szilveszter Miklós – drums.