Peter Breitenbach
is a sound artist whose work traverses sound installation, performative sound art and sound for theatre and dance. In his installations and performances he is investigating the relationship of movement and sound, through the development of software and hardware as part of sculptural objects and instruments.


Tunnel Ensemble

Electroacoustic Music | Perfromative Sound Art

Tunnel Ensemble tries to open up new sound spaces through examining the relations between the saxophone and electronics. The duo was founded in 2013 at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, has played several concerts in Europe and Asia and a live radio concert at the “Art's Birthday 2015” in Antonio Tapies Foundation Barcelona. It won the “1st Prize at the International Contest of Soundart Performance” in Zaragoza 2014 and the “Encouragement Prize” from the Tokyo Experimental Festival 2016.
Tunnel Ensemble sees itself as a band working in a tension of improvisation and research. Peter Breitenbach developed a controller with different sliders and sensors and a custom software. Marc Vilanova explores the most unconventional registers of the instrument, rethinking each sound as a means which is processed.

Photo by Charles Pons

Work by Tunnel Ensemble
A film by Daniel Morales

Tunnel Ensemble live performance
44Perills Art Sonor, Barcelona, ES


Tunnel Ensemble / Tunnel Ensemble, Off - Record Label, 2017

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Saxophone: Marc Vilanova
Electronics: Peter Breitenbach
Recording: Benni Grau, / Mix: Peter Breitenbach
'Rami / Göng':
Recording & Mix: Peter Breitenbach
Photo: Veith Schmoll
Cover Design: Carles Pons