Approximation Festival: Daniel Wohl

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Born and raised in Paris, and currently living in Los Angeles, Daniel Wohl’s music blends electronics with acoustic instrumentation to often surprising and provocative effect. Daniel recently worked on the scores for the surrealist indie film Elixir a 2015 Berlinale selection as well as The Color of Time, which features James Franco, Jessica Chastain and Mila Kunis. [http://www.danielwohlmusic.com/]

Collaborations are at the center of his practice, and he has enjoyed working with a number of ensembles and artists such as the the American Symphony Orchestra,  So Percussion, Julia Holter, Lucky Dragons,  Laurel Halo, the Calder Quartet, Indianapolis Symphony, eighth blackbird,  and Son Lux. In the Approximation festival, he collaborated with the Asasello Quartet.

Performing at the Approximation Festival in Dusseldorf.

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