Transartfest Summer Concert Series Berlin 2013

Event
Transartfest Summer Concert Series Berlin 2013
Beginn
8. August 2013 18:00
Ende
10. August 2013 21:00
Sprache:
Deutsch
Cost
Eintritt frei

Adresse

Supermarkt
Phone
(+49)30-609 875 905
Address
Supermarkt, Brunnenstrasse 64, 13355 Berlin
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Aktualisiert:
21.Juni 2013

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Transartfest Summer Concert Series Berlin 2013

Konzertreihe mit drei großen Ensembles. Mehr Informationen nachfolgend auf englisch:

SCHEDULE

Tuesday, August 8, 18:00: Ensemble Xenon: “Perfect Hotel”
Wednesday, August 9, 18:00: Lynn Book: “Escapes”
Thursday, August 10, 18:00: Dafna Naphtali + Hans Tammen: “mechanique(s)”

ENSEMBLE XENON: PERFECT HOTEL

Margarete Huber
Perfect Hotel (2013)
for ensemble and participating audienceEnsemble Xenon

Ensemble Xenon
Free Improvisation

Markus Wettstein
MA KE FOGU HA MI SURI (2005)
for children’s instruments and four performersMusicians/Composers:

Margarete Huber – soprano
Kathrin von Kieseritzky – saxophone, children’s instruments
Matthias Müller – trombone
Markus Wettstein – metal objects and melodica, children’s instruments
Henriette Scheytt – violin
Mike Flemming – viola, children’s instruments
Christopher Williams – double bass
Michael Turnbull – children’s instruments

LYNN BOOK: ESCAPES AND DERANGEMENTS

Book performs extended media works for voice, text, electronics, video projection and sound ephemera. These are part of the larger project, UnReading for Future Bodies, where she investigates the dark mists of alien-ness that both conceal and accentuate pathways for flight and resistance at the borderlands of life.

MECHANIQUE(S)

Dafna Naphtali – voice & live sound processing
Hans Tammen – analog modular synth

mechanique(s) is a collaboration between Dafna Naphtali and Hans Tammen involving live electronics, sound processing, analog modular synth and voice. The duo formed in the late 90′s to investigate the overlap of various elements of their technical and aesthetic practices — in compositions and improvisational settings for Naphtali’s interactive processed sound/noise system and Tammen’s custom analog modular synth built around chaotic behaviors.

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