Wind Experience für Bläser

3. – 4. November 2018, Facilitator: Ulrike Lentz

Wind Experience für Holzbläser

“Wind Experience” is a method developed by Ulrike Lentz for woodwind. It enables you to expand the possibilities of playing and expression on your own instrument.weiterlesen

Experimental Painting – on paper!

3. – 4. November 2018, Facilitator: Linda Scheckel

Experimentelles Malen – Workshop mit Linda Scheckel

My starting point in visual artistic work is always a spontaneous impulse. This takes and carries me before ordering thoughts can raise objections: a smell, a movement, a fragment of visual, acoustic or other kind. I want to give in to this subjectively perceived part of the world and I want to trick myself before the ifs, ands or buts are coming!
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Deep Listening

Extending sound awareness following the practice of Pauline Oliveros

2. – 3. November 2018, Facilitator: Ulrike Lentz

Deep Listening studygroup

Pauline Oliveros (1932–2016) was a pioneer in electronic music and has been a well-known composer and improviser. She developed DEEP LISTENING (DL) against this professional background and founded the DEEP LISTENING INSTITUTE. The aim of the DL practice is to expand the awareness of sound. To develop and/or sensitize this consciousness goes beyond “pure” listening and we want to open up to ourselves as much as we can in each case individually.weiterlesen

Present Time Composition 2 – Form & Textur(e)

20. – 21. October 2018, Facilitator: Alan Bern

Present Time Composition – workshop with Alan Bern

Present Time Composition © (PTC) is a special approach to improvised music developed by Alan Bern. Music created with PTC combines the spontaneity of free jazz with the structural clarity of composed music. weiterlesen

Improvising the Oriental Way

Practical Introduction to Makam Basics

6. – 7. October 2018 2018, Facilitator: Tayfun Guttstadt

A Makam, the basic concept of all oriental music, is more than a scale. It includes rules of how to make use of the notes given. When these rules are followed, very different feelings can be created with the same scales or notes.

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Performance

28. – 30. September 2018, Leitung: Elisabeth Zündel

Workshop in German language. For details see German version.

Dancing Between – Exploration Between Two Poles

14. – 16. September 2018, Facilitator: Minako Seki

workshop with Minako Seki

In the workshop Dancing Between we will do a research on the existence between two poles, two facets that conform our being: remembering and forgetting, intuition and consciousness, front body and back body, standing and walking, black and white, strong and delicate, fast and slow, ying and yang. Or just between two physical points.weiterlesen

Vocal Games

The Voice as an Instrument of Personal Expression

Vocal improvisation for beginners and advanced

7. – 8. Juli 2018, Facilitator: Christian Wolz

The human voice is the most immediate signal for the mental and physical condition of the individual. Therefore, the development of your own vocal possibilities means above all an enrichment and expansion of your own personality.weiterlesen

Flute Vision

Improvisationswerkstatt Querflöte

30. Juni – 1. Juli 2018, facilitator: Klaus Holsten

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Workshop in German language. For details see German version.

Spartenübergreifende Improvisation

Für Improvisierende aus Musik/Stimme, Bewegung/Tanz, Sprache/Text und Bildende Kunst/Performance

22. – 24. June 2018, facilitator: Rainer Stolz

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Workshop in German language. For more information see German Version.

Present-Time Composition

9. – 10. June 2018, Facilitator: Alan Bern

Present Time Composition – workshop with Alan Bern

Present Time Composition © (PTC) is a special approach to improvised music developed by Alan Bern. Music created with PTC combines the spontaneity of free jazz with the structural clarity of composed music. weiterlesen

Your Own Time

Awareness in free play, breath, sound and movement

9. – 10. June 2018, facilitators: Caroline Knöbl & Wolfgang Schliemann

When we turn to our own breath and direct our awareness to our physicality while in action, it has an impact on us. It changes the pace and the feeling of life. And if we allow ourselves to play – musically, with sound, tone, movement – and go into contact with other people, we will have our own time experience. weiterlesen

Wege zur Freien Improvisation

1. – 3. June 2018, Facilitator: Matthias Schwabe

Experimenting with various sound sources and own instruments (if available) , intensive listening, interacting with the other musicians and exploring musical structure and form: this is how we find our way to free improvisation. weiterlesen

Klezmer music & Nigunim 1 – The heart of yiddish melody

5. – 6. Mai 2018, Facilitator: Alan Bern

ws_KlezmerToday’s klezmer music goes back to the repertoire of professional, Ashkenazi (Yiddish-speaking) Jews in Eastern Europe. A strongly emotional music, it includes both listening and dance genres. It draws from and gives back to the musical traditions of neighboring cultures. weiterlesen

Improvisation between earth and sky

The five elements of dance improvisation

27. – 29. April 2018, Facilitator: Jean Laurent Sasportes

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Shape, movement, timing, space – and the small flower?
The body as an instrument and the “what”, “when”, “where”, “how”

These terms are explored in a dance workshop that Jean Laurent Sasportes offers in the exploratorium.weiterlesen

Other Voices, Other Rooms

Vocal improvisation and reflection

16. – 18. March 2018, Facilitator: Marianne Schuppe

The voice, with its ability to move fluently between sound, word and tone, and all its associated semantic grades and spaces, faces us with very specific choices.weiterlesen

Improvising the Oriental Way – Practical Introduction to Makam Basics

Practical Introduction to Makam Basics

3. – 4. March 2018, Facilitator: Tayfun Guttstadt

A Makam, the basic concept of all oriental music, is more than a scale. It includes rules of how to make use of the notes given. When these rules are followed very different feelings can be created with the same scales or notes.
We will improvise together, starting with just a few notes and then, following the rules of the respective makam, broaden the range. By doing this, we will develop new ideas of how to use the whole range of our scale and/or instrument and explore the richness of even single notes. weiterlesen