HEROINES OF SOUND 2017

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HEROINES OF SOUND 2016

Frühe und aktuelle Heldinnen des elektronischen Sounds in einem genreübergreifenden Programm

8.-10. Dezember 2016 – HAU2 / Hebbel am Ufer BERLIN

 Das komplette Festival-Programm findet sich hier.

English version below.

EINTRITT FREI :

Panel, Sound Art,
Film-Installationen und Sound-Bar
After-Show Party @WAU

PREISE :

Tagesticket 15,00 € | ermäßigt 10,00 €          

HAU2, Hallesches Ufer 32, 10963 Berlin
Tel. +49 (0)30.259004 -27

Parallel zum Festival realisierten wir in diesem Jahr erstmals die Heroines Editions  an verschiedenen Orten in der Stadt.

 
 

ENGLISH VERSION

HEROINES OF SOUND 2016
Early and current heroines, in a program crossing bridges between genres
From Dec 8th - 10th @ HAU2 / Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin

Full festival program here

Free Entry :

Panel, Sound Art,
Tim Installations and Sound-Bar
After-Show Party @WAU

 

Tickets:

Day ticket 15,00 € | Reduced 10,00 €

HAU2, Hallesches Ufer 32, 10963 Berlin
Tel. +49 (0)30.259004 -27

Previously Heroines Editions took place for th first time at various venues in the city.


In 2016 Heroines of Sound Festival is dedicated to two main focal points:
1. The music of Beatriz Ferreyra (*1937) and Christine Groult (*1950), two composers associated with the groupe de recherches musicales (GRM), which to this day qualifies as an insider’s tip.
2. Cathy Berberian (1925–1983), the most significant pioneer of new vocal practice in the 20th century.

On Thursday, Dec 8th at 6 p.m. the festival opening will present the audio-visual performance “SHIROSHI” by Berlin artist Miako Klein, shown at nearby Galerie Braennen.

The concert program at HAU2 ranges from amplified vocal chamber music and electronic performances with Audrey Chen, Annette Krebs and the Theremin virtuoso Dorit Chrysler to multi-channel computer music. Including conceptual electronic sound by Lucrecia Dalt, and an experimental DJ set by JD Zazie. Ute Wassermann’s interpretation of Cathy Berberian’s famous “Stripsody” and Anna Clementi’s reinterpretations of two compositions, written particularly for Berberian by John Cage and Luciano Berio, will be supplemented by such artists as Natalie Beridze and Sofia Härdig who are combining voice and electronic. In a portrait concert, the Ensemble KNM will present contemporary works by the two French composers Clara Maïda and Loïse Bulot. The concert program will be rounded off by panel discussions on the festivals key aspects.