The TRANSFORMATOR (360° sound space) in the SPREEHALLE is brought to life by Paul Frick’s world premiere FRICKIN FRICKOUT. The Berliner is a classically trained musician who is a star in the field of electronic music. He has been known as part of the BRANDT BRAUER FRICK trio since 2008. His preference for idiosyncratic rhythms and classical instruments is an experience, especially live.
As a counterpoint, Susanne Fröhlich, one of the most sought-after flautists in the context of new music, can be experienced. She also presents her own composition, the sound spectrum of which is further expanded by the TRANSFORMATOR.
Marc Sinan plays Steve Reich’s ELECTRIC COUNTERPOINT, which is considered a milestone in minimal music. It was written by Steve Reich as a solo for electric guitar with tape playback. Of the original version, the composer wrote: “Electric Counterpoint was originally composed for guitarist Pat Metheny as the third in a series of works all centered around the idea of a soloist playing against a previously recorded band part. In Electric Counterpoint, the performer has recorded no fewer than ten guitars and two electric bass parts, to which he performs the last, eleventh guitar part live on stage.”
The well-known film and theater maker Mirko Borscht contributes the immersive visuals.
Unfortunately, the planned FRICKOUT party with DJ set by Paul Frick has to be canceled due to Corona.
Tickets are available at the box office for €10, concessions: €8.
Due to the corona pandemic, we ask for binding registrations at email@example.com
Tickets are available at the box office for €10, concessions: €8. Due to the corona pandemic, we ask for binding registrations at firstname.lastname@example.org
Oğuz Buyukberber // clarinet
Daniel Eichholz // Drums
Paul Frick // Composition
Susanne Fröhlich // composition, flute
Johannes Scherzer // Sound Design
Marc Sinan // Guitar
Mirko Borscht // video installation