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Masters at work: With the celebrated experimental pianist Hauschka, the Finnish percussion wizard Samuli Kosminen and the cellist Jeffrey Zeigler, former member of the legendary Kronos Quartet, UM:LAUT brings three exceptional and internationally renowned musicians to its stage for their first concerts ever in Germany. Entirely based on free improvisation and the exploration of space with sound and rhythm, this unique live project fuses the musical biographies and manifold qualities of its protagonists – without the corset of a pre-defined genre, open for unexpected developments, experiments and spontaneous impulses. Hauschka Kosminen Zeigler celebrated their debut at the festival River to River in New York in 2013, with Feast of Music describing it as “a transporting, ecstatic experience.”

Hauschka Kosminen Zeigler
Improvisation Sessions – German Premiere
12 & 13 September | 20:00 | Radialsystem V
Tickets available now at Radialsystem’s box-office and online!

Wooden sticks, pieces of felt, tape strips, table-tennis balls – with great inventiveness and various everyday objects, the pianist and composer Volker Bertelmann alias Hauschka creates an unexpected world of sounds with the piano. He is regarded as one of the most remarkable modern proponents of the prepared piano. The percussive or rustling sounds, which make one assume the usage of percussions and electronic devices, give the atmospherically dense, rhythm-based compositions of the Düsseldorf-based artist a lyrical quality. Hauschka’s music moves between sound art and experimental, modern classical and chamber music, electronica and pop – with his last solo records “Salon des Amateurs” and “Abandoned City” even broadening his spectrum to minimal techno and house. Some of his fourteen albums (Universal/Deutsche Grammophon, City Slang, FatCat a.o.) were also created in collaboration with other musicians. During the last years, he recorded an album with the exceptional American violinist Hilary Hahn, composed music for Döris Dörrie’s film “Glück” and launched a new live project with the renowned techno DJ Henrik Schwarz at Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam. Apart from performing world-wide as solo artist at concerts and festivals, Hauschka recently wrote compositions as artist in residence for the MDR symphony orchestra in Leipzig.

UM:LAUT - Hauschka - Radialsystem - Prepared Piano - Berlin

Samuli Kosminen is one of the most sought-after and adventurous percussionists and producers of Scandinavia. Besides his virtuosity and unique sound creations, his rare live performances are particularly striking due to his extensive array of tools comprising collected and found objects and instruments. Kosminen has contributed to more than 80 albums, composed music for theatre and film and collaborated with artists such as Ólafur Elíasson, Kronos Quartet, Emiliana Torrini, Jónsi Birgisson of Sigur Rós, or Pekka Kuusisto. Beyond, he regularly plays live with the Finnish star accordionist Kimmo Pohjonen – the duo’s project “Uniko” with the renowned Kronos Quartet was presented live in numerous countries. Kosminen is also part of the successful Icelandic band múm and regularly plays live with them on tour.

The New York Times describes Jeffrey Zeigler‘s playing of the cello as “excellent” and praises the “unforced simplicity and beauty of tone” of the American, who was a member of the legendary and award-winning Kronos Quartet until 2013. The innovative and internationally acclaimed ensemble from San Francisco has worked with renowned composers such Arvo Pärt, Steve Reich or Philip Glass as well as with musicians from various backgrounds – thereby “influencing the contemporary paradigm of chamber music more profoundly than any composer or musician ever before” (laut.de). Jeffrey Zeigler has played thousands of concerts world-wide, premiered more than 200 works and contributed to more than twenty albums on different labels. Amongst others, he can be heard on Norah Jones’ album “Not too late” as well as in the soundtracks of Paolo Sorrentino’s Oscar-winning “La Grande Bellezza” and Darren Aronofsky’s fantasy epic “The Fountain”. In 2014 Zeigler released his solo album “Something of Life”, which also contains pieces composed especially for him by Philip Glass, Glenn Kotche and John Zorn.

 

Get yourself prepared for Denovali’s next visit to the capital! Once again we team up with the great label from Essen, which has made its mark in the last ten years with unique and ambitious releases. On the heels of the successful cooperation of the last two years, we invite you to experience a special two-day festival with finest experimental and electronic music at Radialsystem V. On 13 & 14 June we will present renowned international artists such as Forest Swords, Nils Petter Molvaer and Moritz von Oswald, our favourite Denovali acts plus young and upcoming musicians from all around Europe and beyond.

Denovali Festival Berlin | 13 June | Radialsystem V
Nils Petter MolvaerMoritz von Oswald | Hidden Orchestra | Ricardo Donoso | Poppy Ackroyd

Denovali Festival Berlin | 14 June | Radialsystem V
Forest Swords | Floex | Ah! Kosmos | Witxes

Tickets available now at Radialsystem V, Koka36 and online!

The first evening of the festival sees a fusion of a special sort: The Norwegian trumpet player and renowned jazz producer Nils Petter Molvaer encounters the techno and dub legend Moritz von Oswald. Meandering between cineastic-spherical and minimalist moments, the musical symbiosis of two individualists and visionary artists creates unique soundscapes. “Somewhere between jazz, ambient, avantgarde, and club: fantastically unconventional music…” (Die Zeit). After its celebrated first visit to the stage of UM:LAUT in 2013, Hidden Orchestra from Edinburgh returns to Berlin: Band leader Joe Acheson and drummer Jamie Graham present their live remix set at RADIALSYSTEM V. The Brazilian composer, percussionist and electronic producer Ricardo Donoso can be experienced live for the first time in Berlin in the frame of the Denovali Festival: His mystical and gloomy sound sculptures are inspired by both contemporary composition as well as drone, techno and noise. Poppy Ackroyd, classically trained pianist and violinist, has already collaborated with musicians and artists from various fields. The delicately woven rhythms and atmospherical melodies of her two solo albums have – apart from some field recordings – completely come into being through Ackroyd’s exceptionally curious and unconventional playing of the piano and violin.

Music which combines heavy dub rhythms, rolling hip hop beats, field recordings and ghostly R&B vocals in a very facinating and original way: Every good musical “best of” list in 2013 included the epic debut album “Engravings” by Forest Swords. On the second evening of Denovali Festival Berlin, the Liverpudlian plays his only German concert during this summer. The Czech clarinetist, producer and multimedia artist Floex brings together influences from nu-jazz, electronica and contemporary classical music – his albums and soundtracks have been awarded with numerous prices, and his installations can be experienced at renowned festival like Ars Electronica. Joined by a second clarinetist, vocals and drums, Floex brings his dense, partly complex, partly groovy sound to the stage of UM:LAUT for the first time. Ah! Kosmos is the alias of the Istanbul-based electronic music producer and musician Başak Günak who presented her debut EP “Flesh” at acclaimed festivals world-wide. In April, Denovali Records releases her first self-produced album “Bastards” which she presents for the first time in Berlin with the guitarist Övünc Dan and the visual artist Gizem Aksu. With his monicker Witxes, the French Maxime Vavasseur creates his multilayered sound experiments somewhere between ambient, dark jazz, drone and minimal. In a live set, he combines his electronic and acoustic instruments and skillfully alternates between improvisation and passionate sound studies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It’s the kick-off for a collaboration with one of the most exciting festivals in Germany:
UM:LAUT goes south and teams up with Jetztmusik Festival to join forces in the experimental field of music and beyond. On 29 March we hit the road and bring along a unique collective of Berlin-based musicians to Mannheim. We are happy and proud to present another night of improvisation with Efterklang’s Casper Clausen, multi-instrumentralist Greg Haines, drummer Francesco Donadello, and percussion wizard Tatu Rönkkö as our very special guests!

UM:LAUT X Jetztmusik Festival present
The Group | improvisation collective
Casper Clausen, Greg Haines, Francesco Donadello, Tatu Rönkkö and special guests
29 March | 20:00 | Börsensaal Mannheim
Tickets available now online!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The project around Casper Clausen of the successful Danish indie band Efterklang, the British multi-instrumentralist Greg Haines, and the drummer and producer Francesco Donadello, considers itself an open forum for creative processes and spontaneous musical exchange. For each concert, further musicians are being invited, with renowned artists such as Peter Broderick, André de Ridder, Dustin O’Halloran, Andrea Belfi, Anne Müller, or Jóhann Jóhannsson being regular guests of the ensemble. This time the band will be joined by Tatu Rönkkö, Finland’s finest in improvisational percussion. Without predetermination and defined boundaries, the shows of The Group bring together new ideas, different impulses and stylistic diversity – the musicians respond to each other, with each other, to the space, and to the audience. With every sound and every piece being created anew, the project gives an intimate insight into the spontaneous interaction and the collective composition process. Making use of their wide range of electronic and acoustic instruments, The Group create an extraordinary and intense live experience: improvised chamber pop between ambient, electronica, dub, experimental and krautrock.

Space for experiments and special adventures: We are very happy to bring together two internationally acclaimed musicians from two different spheres to meet on stage for the first time ever. In an evening with two parts and two premieres, acoustic instruments encounter live electronics, and experimental music can be experienced in an interplay with exclusive visuals.

The British composer and pianist Tom Hodge, who has been a guest at UM:LAUT for two times already with Piano Interrupted, has been collaborating with the successful electronic music producer Max Cooper since 2013. On the two-parts EP “Fragmented Self”, the two musicians create a sound alternating between organic warmth and electronic precision, between melancholy and deconstruction. In Berlin, Tom and Max realise their collaboration for the first time ever in a live form and present an improvised interpretation of “Fragmented Self” as well as new tracks in between modern classical, ambient, glitch, minimal, and techno.

In the second part of the evening, UM:LAUT presents the German premiere of Max Cooper’s audio-visual performance “Emergence”: an extraordinary solo show with live electronics and live visuals, in which the renowned producer and biologist with a doctor’s degree combines his musical and graphical but also his experimental and scientific interests in one artistic concept. “Emergence” had its very successful debut at the Decibel Experimental Music Festival in Seattle and can be experienced live in the frame of an exclusive tour in London, Paris and Amsterdam – and in the series of UM:LAUT at Radialsystem on 6 March!

Max Cooper & Tom Hodge
Fragmented Self: Live Premiere and Record Release Concert
Emergence: German Premiere
6 March | 20:00 | Radialsystem Berlin
Tickets available now at Radialsystem, Koka36 and online!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Soul, jazz and electronic music as well as classical and minimal music are equal sources of inspiration for Tom Hodge. His musical versatility and curiosity make the Briton a composer much sought-after for film, dance and theatre productions. Amongst others, Hodge composed the music for the production “Waiting Room” of the Thüringer Staatsballett and the choreographer Silvana Schröder. Beyond, the pianist has become known for his musical projects with which he congenially crosses borders. With Piano Interrupted, he explores the field between classical minimalism and club-oriented electronica. The duo has been on the stage of UM:LAUT already twice and published two albums on Denovali Records. With his interpretation of Daft Punk’s “Aerodynamic” for strings and electronics, Hodge even contributed a hit to the legendary “Ministry of Sound Compilation” in 2009. Together with Max Cooper, he already published the EPs “Fragmented Self I & II” on Fields. Besides the first live realisation of their collaboration, they are also planning another EP for spring 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The London-based producer Max Cooper is considered one of the major talents originating from the electronic scene in the course of the last years. His distinctive musical style is connected to both a long tradition of pioneers and the ambition to explore new territory with each new release. Cooper was born in Belfast in 1980 and has already been active as a DJ and producer since 1999. Simultaneous to his first release in 2007, he finished his dissertation in the field of genetics and evolution. After a few years in genetic research he opted for music as his main profession and has become an artist fascinating with the balancing act between the complexity and clinical precision as well as between the immediate catchiness and emotionality of his productions. Besides numerous releases on various labels and his album “Human”, which appeared in 2014 and was critically acclaimed by journalists and audiences alike, he is known for his collaborations with a wide range of artists such as Portishead, Hot Chip, Michael Nyman, Ólafur Arnalds, or Nils Frahm. As live act, Cooper is a guest worldwide in clubs and at renowned festivals like Mutek, the Igloofest in Montreal or the Awakenings Festival in Holland. Also known as a video artist and celebrated internationally for his audio-visual shows, his current live project “Emergence” had its premiere at the Decibel Experimental Music Festival in Seattle in September 2014 and can be experienced live at UM:LAUT for the first time in Germany.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Giving room for surprising sounds, special encounters, impulses and interactions:
We are very happy to invite The Group to the stage of UM:LAUT and welcome a unique collective of international musicians at Radialsystem on 13 December.

The project around Casper Clausen of the successful Danish indie band Efterklang, the British multi-instrumentralist Greg Haines, the drummer and producer Francesco Donadello, and the guitarist Martyn Heyne considers itself an open forum for creative processes and spontaneous musical exchange. For each concert, further musicians are being invited, with renowned artists such as Peter Broderick, André de Ridder, Dustin O’Halloran, Andrea Belfi, Anne Müller, or Jóhann Jóhannsson being regular guests of the ensemble. Without predetermination and defined boundaries, the shows of The Group bring together new ideas, different impulses and stylistic diversity – the musicians respond to each other, with each other, to the space, and to the audience. With every sound and every piece being created anew, the project gives an intimate insight into the spontaneous interaction and the collective composition process. Making use of their wide range of electronic and acoustic instruments, The Group create an extraordinary and intense live experience: improvised chamber pop between ambient, electronica, dub, experimental and krautrock.

We are pleased to announce some very special guests for The Group’s show on 13 December and to welcome Mads Brauer of Efterklang, Italian composer Andrea Belfi, our old friend Anne Müller, the great violinist Ayumi Paul and the brilliant viola player Shasta Ellenbogen on stage at Radialsystem! Stay tuned for more to come – and make sure to not miss this special evening. We hope to see you!

The Group | improvisation collective
Casper Clausen, Greg Haines, Francesco Donadello, Martyn Heyne and special guests
13 December | 20:00 | Radialsystem Berlin
Tickets available now at Radialsystem, Koka36 and online!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Casper Clausen is a founding member and the singer of the Danish band Efterklang, with which he has been on tour world-wide for more than ten years and released four studio albums until now (4AD, The Leaf Label). Together with Efterklang, he has been involved in concert projects with symphony orchestras and various film productions. Beyond, Casper Clausen is founding member and curator of the online radio The Lake.

The British composer and producer Greg Haines has already released four solo albums on Denovali Records. On his acclaimed album “Where We Were”, released in 2013, he moved away from his classically inspired chamber music and devoted himself to analogue synthesizers, percussions and atmospheric soundscapes. Besides his releases and solo concerts, he is involved in collaborations with numerous other musicians and artists such as the choreographer David Dawson, the Dutch National Ballett, the Royal Opera House, Peter Broderick, and The Alvaret Ensemble.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Italian drummer and producer Francesco Donadello regularly works with renowned musicians from various genres such as Modeselektor, Thom Yorke, A Winged Victory for the Sullen, Chilly Gonzales, Jóhann Jóhannsonn, or Mouse on Mars. As drummer, he was a member of the Italian post- and indie rock band Giardini di Mirò; for the last few years, he has become more and more interested in experimental music and modular synthesizers.

The guitarist and producer Martyn Heyne is a founding member of Trygghet and the Levenmuster Collective, with which he developed the album “Two View” as well as the DVD “Sensing City”. During the last few years, he has worked with the likes of Nils Frahm, The National, Orcas, Peter Broderick, and many more for recordings, concerts and at his Lichte Studio in Berlin. In 2011, he supported Nils Frahm with his solo show; recently, he was on tour with the Danish band Efterklang.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Melodies, beats and the desire to surprise… We are happy and proud to welcome three outstanding and renowned artists for another special UM:LAUT event exploring the hybrid sphere between electronica and acoustic music!

With jazz pianist Bugge Wesseltoft, producer and composer Henrik Schwarz and the bassist Dan Berglund, three musicians, who are each considered masters of innovative improvisation in their individual fields, join forces in our series at Radialsystem on 2 November. With openness and curiosity the three of them create an electro-acoustic musical blend between jazz, funk, ambient and groovy house music. The Norwegian Bugge Wesseltoft, a pioneer in electronic jazz, and Dan Berglund, bassist for the legendary Esbjörn Svensson Trio, assume the lead for the melody while the electronica mastermind Henrik Schwarz captures the ideas and phrases, manipulating and alienating the sounds, providing the other two musicians with new impulses. It is the search for intersections and the spaces in between, the interaction in the experimental spectrum from classic to electronic instrumentation, between composition and improvisation, club and concert hall. In the series of UM:LAUT, the trio can be heard live for the first time in Berlin – their album “Trialogue” will be released in September by Universal Music.

We are looking forward and want to invite you to enjoy a unique live experience at the mighty hall of Radialsystem on 2 November!

Bugge Wesseltoft, Henrik Schwarz & Dan Berglund
Trialogue | Record Release Concert
2 November | 20:00 | Radialsystem Berlin
Tickets available now at Radialsystem, Koka36 or online!

The Norwegian Bugge Wesseltoft is considered the trailblazer of the young Nordic jazz generation and one of the most innovative jazz pianists of today. Since the 90′s, Wesseltoft has worked together with numerous stars from the Nordic and international jazz scene, such as Jan Garbarek, Terje Rypdal, Jon Christensen, and Arild Andersen but also with artists with completely different musical stylings such as the drummer Billy Cobham, the Brasilian popstar Gilberto Gil or techno legend Laurent Garnier. With his “New Conception of Jazz” he aspires to create a synthesis out of live electronica and elements of improvised jazz – his 1996 eponymous debut album, in which he integrates elements of deep house, ambient music, drum’n'bass, soul and funk into his mix, is still considered today as groundbreaking. With his label Jazzland he has created a platform for the Norwegian scene, which enables artistic freedom outside mainstream.

Henrik Schwarz is amongst the most sought-after producers of electronic dance music worldwide. His musical influences span from deep house and Detroit techno, all the way to hip hop and rare groove to jazz, soul and funk. Schwarz is considered one of the most multifaceted artists of the electronic scene – he has composed for film and ballet, and has released numerous albums and singles under various labels. For collaborations, productions and remixes he has worked together with the likes of Michael Jackson, Boy George, The Foals, Ane Brun, Raoul Midon, DJ Hell, Fritz Kalkbrenner and many more. For various projects he has been a guest on stages, in clubs and at renowned festivals all over the world.

The Swedish-born Dan Berglund is known worldwide as the bassist for the highly successful Esbjörn Svensson Trio (e.s.t.). Up until 2008, together with e.s.t., one of the most influential jazz bands of the last decade, he recorded numerous albums and performed in international tours and festivals. Apart from the characteristic warmth and the round and full tones of his playing, Berglund’s trademark consists of his use of countless effects. With his own band, Tonbruket founded in 2009, he created a distinct sound between jazz, psychedelic rock and neo-folk. The group’s debut album won a Swedish Grammy award.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After the successful first collaboration in the last year, Denovali and UM:LAUT once again team up to present renowned acts as well as young and upcoming representatives of experimental music at Radialsystem in April.

Far beyond musical mainstream, the independent label Denovali has made its mark in the last couple of years with unique and ambitious releases of numerous artists. Rather than publishing music easily assignable to prevalent genre classifications, the work of the label focuses on artists crossing musical boundaries in fields such as experimental, ambient, dark jazz, electronica, jazz as far as new and classical music. With a similarly diversified approach, Denovali has curated and organised the “Swingfest – Experimental Music Festival” in Essen, which has become famous all over Europe since its premiere in 2007. This year, the festival comes to Berlin and London already for the second time. We are happy to work together with the great people of Denovali again and present two days with numerous artists of the label’s roster as well as further international acts, thereby covering a wide range of experimental music.

Denovali Swingfest | 25 April | Radialsystem Berlin
Murcof | Greg Haines | Piano Interrupted | Origamibiro

Denovali Swingfest | 26 April | Radialsystem Berlin
Oneohtrix Point Never | Brandt Brauer Frick | Skalpel
Sankt Otten | Talvihorros | John Lemke

Tickets available now at Radialsystem, Koka36 and online!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With Murcof, one of the pioneers of the avantgarde scene in Mexico can be experienced live on the first night – with his minimalist ambient which fuses drones, techno and classical music, he is considered “one of the most renowned producers of abstract electronic music” (Spex). The British composer and producer Greg Haines presents his acclaimed album “Where We Were”, on which he departs from his classically inspired chamber music and experiments with analogue synthesizers, percussions and atmospherical soundscapes. Having recently released their second album, Piano Interrupted, who celebrated their Germany debut on the stage of UM:LAUT in December 2012, explore the range between classical minimalism and clubby electronica with computer and piano. With Origamibiro, the audiovisual trio project around the musician and composer Tom Hill can be experienced live for the first time in Germany.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On the second night, Oneohtrix Point Never, an artist who released one of the most remarkable experimental electronic albums of the preceding year on the legendary label Warp with “R Plus Seven”, can be experienced live on stage. The American, whose sound installations were exhibited at New York’s MoMA and who recently created the music to Sofia Coppola’s film “The Bling Ring”, has become one of the stars of the international IDM scene with his abstract, unconventional and innovative sound. As hardly another formation, Brandt Brauer Frick stand for the fusion of danceable electronica and hand-made music. For their multilayered sound between techno and jazz, the Berliners do not only work with synthesizers and samplers but also with classical instruments like piano, violin, cello, trombone, tuba, and harp – the performances with their ten-person ensemble have been celebrated worldwide. At Swingfest Berlin, Brandt Brauer Frick return to their original core as trio with live drums and their deep, minimalist grooves. Ten years after their debut on the label Ninja Tune, the Polish nu jazz duo Skalpel presents one of their rare live sets at Radialsystem. With Sankt Otten, we are happy to announce another exciting Denovali act joining the line-up – we are looking forward to the duo’s atmospheric music with influences from ambient to trip hop to the 70s Berlin School sound. Beyond this, the programme of the second night comprises Talvihorros‘ atmospherical soundscapes betweeen ambient and noise as well as the cinematic compositions of the Glasgow-based sound designer John Lemke.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring is coming… We are excited and looking forward to some great events in March and April!
Follow the links for further information and tickets:

Hauschka | Abandoned City | Record Release Concert
22 March | 20:00 | Radialsystem Berlin 

Hauschka & Edivaldo Ernesto | an encounter of improvised music & dance
01 & 02 April | 20:00 | Exit Festival Paris 

Denovali Swingfest | Murcof, Greg Haines, Piano Interrupted, Origamibiro
25 April | 18:30 | Radialsystem Berlin 

Denovali Swingfest | Brandt Brauer Frick, Oneohtrix Point Never, Skalpel and more
26 April | 17:30 | Radialsystem Berlin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wooden sticks, pieces of felt, tape strips, table-tennis balls – with great inventiveness and various everyday objects, the successful pianist and composer Volker Bertelmann alias Hauschka creates an unexpected world of sounds with the piano. The resulting percussive or rustling sounds, which make one assume the usage of drums and electronic devices, give the atmospherically dense, rhythm-based compositions of the Düsseldorf-based musician a lyrical quality. After our two celebrated nights with the dancer Edivaldo Ernesto from the company of Sasha Waltz, Hauschka returns to the stage of UM:LAUT in March in order to present his new solo album “Abandoned City” for the first time. We are very much looking forward to another one of his unique performances – apart from the grand piano being transformed into a laboratory of sound, Hauschka’s “ensemble” is extended by two programmable player pianos for this special night at Radialsystem. On top of that we are happy to add another dimension and premiere the “Abandoned City” live visuals by the great people of Warped Type!

For “Abandoned City”, which will be released by the great label City Slang in March, he has drawn inspiration from ghost towns – around 2,500 of such abandoned places exist world-wide. It is the images and stories of these deserted settlements, in which the pianist has discovered moods which he knows from the process of concentrated artistic creativitiy. “Beauty, transitoriness, melancholy, and absurdity – in the abandoned places already reclaimed by nature, I encounter a metaphor for what happens inside of me.” After experimenting with beats and almost danceable rhythms on his last album, his new work both draws lines back to his earlier releases and explores new territory in the deeper layers of his sound creations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hauschka, who has recently recorded an album with the exceptional American violinist Hilary Hahn, composed music for Döris Dörrie’s film “Glück” and launched a new live project with the renowned Techno-DJ Henrik Schwarz in Amsterdam, is regarded as one of the most remarkable modern proponents of the prepared piano. With relatively simple means, he explores the tonal diversity of the keyboard instrument with metal pieces, foils and other objects placed inside the piano or attached to the strings. Since his initial solo improvisations, the classically trained pianist has continually developed, recording some of his fourteen albums with other musicians as well as integrating electronic elements in his works. Meanwhile, Hauschka is mentioned alongside composers such as Eric Satie or John Cage as well as contemporary musicians like Max Richter, Yann Tiersen or Nils Frahm. It is difficult to categorise Hauschka’s music as it moves between sound art and experimental, modern classical and chamber music, electronica and pop, with his last solo album broadening his spectrum to minimal techno and house. In March 2014 his new record “Abandoned City” will be released by the great City Slang label.

Another unique UM:LAUT experience to come – we are very proud to host Hauschka’s record release concert and hope to welcome you for a great night at Radialsystem!

Hauschka | Abandoned City | Record Release Concert
22 March | 20:00 | Radialsystem Berlin
Tickets available now at Radialsystem, Koka36 or online!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On two nights in December, dance, live music and video encounter each other to create an extraordinary audio-visual feast! UM:LAUT presents the premiere of “The Intention”, a multimedia production conceived by the innovative London based performance collective Neon Dance. Produced by British choreographer Adrienne Hart, Neon Dance have pulled together an exciting international team of collaborators including the amazing pianist and producer Nils Frahm and the cellist Anne Müller, set designers Nico de Rooij and Stuart Bailes as well as film maker Terry Braun. This will be the first time Nils Frahm and Anne Müller – critically acclaimed for their great collaborative record “7Fingers” fusing electronica, chamber music and minimal refernces – perform as a duo in Germany.

Neon Dance has been critically acclaimed for its innovative work fusing dance, live music and new media. Adrienne Hart’s choregraphy “The Intention” is inspired by the Argentinian author Adolfo Bioy Casraes’ science fiction novel “The Invention of Morel”, which was published in 1940. The novel tells the story of a man who, on his escape from justice, arrives on a lonely island where he encounters machine-driven, human holograms – a work about deep love, identity and the dream of everlasting happiness, in which Casares already anticipated the virtually created worlds of the present.

After releasing the acclaimed debut album “7Fingers” on Erased Tapes in 2010, Nils Frahm and Anne Müller have continued to develop their collaborative project between electronica, ambient, chamber music and minimal references while working on the soundtrack for “The Intention”. In unique sound experiments with classical and electronical elements, delicate melodies become interwoven with loops, glitches and samples. In the context of the series of UM:LAUT, the two musicians present their music for the first time live in Germany – embedded in the set design of and in combination with the premiere of Neon Dance’s new production “The Intention.”

We are very much looking forward to work with Adrienne Hart and the great people of Neon Dance and we are happy to present another exciting artistic dialogue between music, dance and video. Tickets for our two nights are now on sale – make sure to get yours. We would love to welcome you!

The Intention | Neon Dance with Nils Frahm & Anne Müller
14 & 15 December | 20:00 | Radialsystem Berlin
Tickets available now at Radialsystem, Koka36 or online!