Programme

Fri, 16 Sep 2022

8 – 10 pm, Studio
Concert 

ensemble mosaik and Anna Hauf with a premiere by Clemens Gadenstätter

ES and AnderES: Concert Installation (2022), premiere performance
Clemens Gadenstätter: composition
Lisa Spalt: text & video
Anna Hauf: soprano
ensemble mosaik
Conducted by: Enno Poppe

Funded by the Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung and the SKE austromechana

Thu, 22 Sep 2022

8 – 10 pm, Studio
Concert

Pony Says with works by Uikyung Lee (UA), Yiran Zhao and Jessie Marino and Martin Schüttler

Pony Says is a trio specialising in contemporary music and free improvisation. Its members perform solo or as a duo/trio and collaborate with other creative artists from the fields of video, performance and site-specific art.

 

Jessie Marino – An Ideal Hour: Collages with Tom. For and with Pony Says (2022)
Yiran Zhao – Negative Spaces (2021)
Ui-Kyung Lee – Eine Ballade zu triefenden überflüssigen Fantasien. For Keyboard, E-Gitarre, E-Drumset, Electronics and Video (2022). Composed for Pony Says
Martin Schüttler – Verstreute Lieder. Eine post-individuelle Aneignung (2021)

 

10 pm – 1 am, Buchengarten
DJ Set: Phillip Sollmann

 

Fri, 23 Sep 2022

6 – 7:30 pm, Studio
Concert

Lange//Berweck//LorenzWorks for a Synthesizer Trio, by Kirsten Reese, Christof Ogiermann, Midori Hirano, Korhan Erel and Alvin Lucier. Includes performances on historical synthesizers at the Akademie der Künste.

Lange//Berweck//Lorenz is an electroacoustic trio in Berlin. In this lineup, the trio performs scores for electric and electronic musical instruments reviving a repertoire from the past and collaborating with present-day composers on new works.

Synthesizer – Silke Lange, Sebastian Berweck, Martin Lorenz

Kirsten Reese – Porpoise (2019)
Korhan Erel – Soundtracking (2021)
Midori Hirano – Forests and Tides (2021)
Alvin Lucier – Risonanza (1982)

8 – 10 pm, Hall 3
Concert  / Walking Concert

Netta WeiserRadio-Choreographies: Hereafter, premiere performance

In her Radio-Choreographies, Netta Weiser uses choreographic practise to explore the possibilities of acoustic translations, using multichannel electronics for the concert installation.

10 pm, Beech Garden or the Studio Lobby
Late Night Performance

Female Laptop Orchestra, Site-specific performance
FLO & FRIENDS: City Jam Berlin 

FLO artists (in Berlin):
Nela Brown (HR) - soundscapes and electronics
Magdalena Chudy (PL) - cello
Maria Mannone (IT) - flute, trumpet, piano and percussion
Ada Mathea Hoel (NO) - voice and electronics

FLO performers (from abroad):
Roser Domingo (ES) - visuals, flute and electronics, broadcast from Valencia, Spain
Léa Ikkache (FR) - voice and electronics, broadcast from Poitiers, France

Dance artists:
Fumi Tomioka (JP)
Aki Kawashita (JP)
Hiromi Hijikata (JP)

*in case of bad weather in the studio foyer

Sat, 24 Sep 2022

11 am ‒ 12 noon, Clubroom
Lecture

Female Laptop Orchestra: bridging continents, countries and culture through telematic music performance

Nela Brown on the Female Laptop Orchestra

12 noon – 1.30 pm, Clubroom
Discussion Panel

Fulfilled dreams? Discussion Panel with pioneers of electroacoustic music about our today

With honorary members of DEGEMChristina Kubisch, Helga de la Motte, Hildegard Westerkamp

Moderation: Elena Ungeheuer

2 ‒ 3:30 pm, Clubroom
Panel

Upheavals/Cracks/Outbursts – Moments of Artistic “Reset” / Experiencing (Artistic) Crises

New orientation, reevaluations, changing perspectives

Discussion panel with Nela Brown, Johannes Kreidler, Netta Weiser and Maximilian Marcoll

4 – 6 pm, Hall 3
Concert

Berliner Lautsprecherorchester – Über Landschaften und Räume

Students at the HfM and the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK) present new works of electroacoustic music, including a piece by Akademie member Kirsten Reese.

KLANGZEITORT, the Institut für Neue Musik Berlin, perceives itself as a laboratory for musical composition and a reflective approach to contemporary music. A joint institution of the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK) and the Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” (HfM), KLANGZEITORT is, above all, a forum for students and teachers.

Mert Moralı – Landscapes Made of Humans (2022, premiere)
Raimonda Žiūkaitė – Sielvartas (2022, premiere)
Connor Shafran – pOweR !!!1! (2022, premiere)
Marta Talvet – Syntax of the Sea (2022, premiere)
Dustin Zorn – Membranophonie (2022, premiere)
Kirsten Reese – Deckkraft (opacity) (2011)

6 – 8 pm, Hall 3
Concert

DEGEM annual concert and the awarding of the Thomas Seelig Fixed Media Prize

With works of Simon Bahr, Clemens von Reusner, Antje Vowinckel, Christian Banasik, Hanna Hartmann and Gerald Eckert

As well as Jonty Harrison ( Laureate of the 2022 Thomas Seelig Fixed Media Prize)

Simon Bahr – Well-Planned Theft, fixed media stereo (2022)
Clemens von Reusner – Ideale Landschaft Nr. 6 8-channel fixed media (2020) 
Antje Vowinckel – Second floor4-channel fixed media (2022)
Christian Banasik – voices from belowAudiovisual work (2021/22)
Hanna Hartmann – Fog Factory, fixed media stereo (2020). 
Commissioned by SEAMS (Society for Electroacoustic Music in Sweden)
Gerald Eckert – Schemen – Feld 30, for double bass clarinet and electronics, 4-channel  (2017)

9 – 10.30 pm, Studio
Concert

ACHK: ACHK DREI (2022, premiere), Performance for two electric guitars and live electronics

Maximilian Marcoll ‒ composer, sound artist and performer. Marcoll’swork explores the political potential of music and sound.

Electric guitars: Timm Roller, Thilo Ruck
Electronics: Maximilian Marcoll

10.30 pm, Buchengarten
DJ Set

Sun, 25 Sep 2022

11 am ‒ 6 pm, ONLINE, FM 88.4
Radio Conference

Radio(non)Konferenz I

The event will be broadcast from the Studio for Electroacoustic Music at the Akademie der Künste on Akademie-Radio, live on reboot.fm: 88.4 MHz in Berlin & 90.7 MHz in Potsdam & online.

Radio(non)Konferenz I is a cooperation between Radio-Choreography, reboot.fm and the Studio for Electroacoustic Music at the Akademie der Künste, Berlin.

Conceived and moderated by Netta Weiser and Anna Leon
Production: Annett Hardegen

Supported by the Hauptstadtkulturfonds