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Sferano 096. Transvizualia 2012 (02)
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Tegoroczna edycja Festiwalu Transvizualia odbywa się w dniach 3-7 października 2012 głównie w Gdyni. W tym roku stawiamy na wydarzenia muzyczne i audio-wizualne odbywające się na gdyńskiej Plaży Śródmieście, w pomieszczeniach Zabytkowego Banku Polskiego oraz gdyńskiego Dworca PKP. Zagrają artyści cieszący się od lat uznaniem w świecie muzyki elektronicznej - m.in. Venetian Snares, Vladislav Delay i Monolake - oraz ci, którzy są jej nadzieją, czyli Ital Tek, Benjamin Damage i Doc Daneeka, oraz oOoOO. Oprócz nich wystąpią również reprezentanci polskiej ambitnej elektroniki – m.in. Stefan Wesołowski & Pussykrew, Odaibe, Napszykłat, Michał Mierzwa & Piotr Bejnar, a w programie znajdzie się także seria warsztatów oraz seanse filmowe w bankowym skarbcu i innych zakamarkach na co dzień niedostępnego banku

(info: www.transvizualia.com)

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Uppladdad: 04/10/2012
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Tags: gdynia; modern; pomerania; scene; visualization; bank; hall; movie; movies; cinema; deckchairs
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