Sound art in hase29
pitching hole. Treats for Banksy

Saturday, November 6.11.2021th, 20, XNUMX p.m.

Joachim Zoepf: Soprano saxophone, bass clarinet, electronics
Michael Kolberg: Guitar, electronics
Natalie Reineke: Sound design, streaming

Treats for Banksy is an hour long four-part Work of contemporary music with the aim of exploring and crossing the boundaries of different musical styles such as improvised, new music and sound art. Included the spectrum extends from melody to sound to noise. Additionally electronic aids are used and the technical implementation is designed so that this piece of music can be performed in any environment.

With this work the group goes pitch hole consciously in the terra incognita and connects the improvisation with the composition. This enables musical processes that are difficult to realize in purely improvised music. Treats for Banksy stands for large formal spaces and thinking in long periods of time.

Funded by the music fund as part of Neustart Kultur with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media


Photos: © Pitching hole

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