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How does music morph when it crosses listening traditions? Based on an album by Ensemble Extrakte, 4 iterative live concerts and their sound and video recordings are interwoven step by step. Following an always identical instruction score by Bhagwati, the musicians comment on, accompany, and imitate the preceding concert – before they themselves become the inspiration for the following one: as acoustic memories in the headphones of their colleagues, and as fragments and samples in the sound of the Gebr. Teichmann. The audience can hear and see how new music is created: designed but unpredictable, guided yet involuntary, rich in tensions – and in unexpected beauty. Between the concerts, renowned historian of science Hans-Jörg Rheinberger will reflect on such “iterative listening as artistic research”.

Gefördert von Musikfonds e.V., Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien, matralab, Concordia University, Noland


Mittwoch 8.12.2021 Maschinenhaus Kulturbrauerei
19:00h ITERATIONEN I : Akusmatisches Konzert
19:45h RESOUND 1 : Live-Konzert
20:45h RESOUND 2 : Live-Konzert

Donnerstag 9.12.2021 Maschinenhaus Kulturbrauerei
19:00h RESOUND 3 : Live-Konzert
19:45h ITERATIONEN II : Podiumsgespräch
20:45h RESOUND 4 : Live-Konzert

Deniza Popova (Stimme), Ravi Srinivasan (Tabla, Stimme), Lucy Zhao (Pipa), Wu Wei (Sheng, Erhu), Eva Glasmacher (Stimme), Sören Birke (Bluesharmonika, Duduk), Elshan Ghasimi (Tar, Stimme), Klaus Janek (Bass), Simone Heilgendorff (Viola), Claudius von Wrochem (Cello), Gregor Schulenburg (Flöte, Duduk), Naoko Kikuchi (Koto),

Gebrüder Teichmann (Live-Elektronik, Live-Sampling)
Anweisungspartitur (Video): Sandeep Bhagwati
Album: ITERATIONEN – resonant responses to a live concert (Noland NO5)