by and with Marc Sinan with Jelena Kuljić, Oğuz Büyükberber and Daniel Eichholz, with a video installation by Mirko Borscht.

June 10–13, 2021 // Thu & Fri 3 p.m.–9 p.m. / Sat & Sun 12:30 p.m.–9 p.m

This new version of Marc Sinan’s performative concert THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST is an abysmal evening and an intoxicating concert experience.

THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST quotes the title of the third studio album by heavy metal band Iron Maiden. In 1982, their musical worship of evil disrupted the music scene. In 2020, Marc Sinan will again embark on a journey into the heart of darkness under the same title and will musically address the question of the greatest remaining social taboo: what seduces us to violence? Is it excess, the crackling of danger or perhaps pure lust? Is each of us a potential perpetrator?

As attractive as it is repulsive, incomprehensibly dark and incomparably beautiful, so full of extreme contradictions is the human being at the poles of his existence. When he loves, plays, enjoys or dies, his very own moment is revealed. Marc Sinan’s evening not only searches for the deeply hidden human capacity for violence, he also asks about the deadly lust that can cause such incomprehensible suffering and yet is an indispensable part of human existence.

The Marc Sinan Company is made up of some of the most exciting contemporary and experimental musicians. On this evening in the TRANSFORMATOR in the SPREEHALLE Berlin, they are together looking for the intoxication of the abyss in terms of sound and performance.

Change /// Unfortunately, THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST cannot be shown live, but can be experienced here as a stream on May 8th, 2021 at 8 p.m. In addition, we offer an introduction as a live video via our Instagram account @spreehalle_berlin. A revision as an installation, which we would like to show in the SPREEHALLE Berlin, is also in the works. /// Modification

In order to support us in solidarity, solidarity tickets are still available in our online ticket shop.

Oğuz Büyükberber // clarinet,a synthesizer

Daniel Eichholz // Drums

Jelena Kuljić // Vocals

Marc Sinan // composition, guitar

Funded by the Initiative Neue Musik Berlin and the Capital Cultural Fund (HKF).

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