Anna Homler, Ignaz Schick and Joachim Zoepf are three musicians who have developed their own musical language over decades. Experiences in different art and music areas as well as their potential for creativity are the guarantee for a risk-taking concert.
Anna Homler is a vocalist and a visual and performance artist living in Los Angeles. She has performed and exhibited her work in locations around the world. With a sensitivity that is both old and postmodern, Homler sings in an improvised melodic language. Her work explores alternative means of communication and the poetics of ordinary things. She creates perceptual interventions by using language as music and objects as instruments.
Ignaz Schick is a turntablist, sound artist, saxophonist and composer. He was initially active in the fields of free jazz and avant rock and was intensively involved with multi-track tape machines, record players and experiments with various instruments and sound generators. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and was an assistant of Josef Anton Riedl. Since 1995 he has been part of the Berlin Nouvelle Vague and the young Echtzeitmusik scene. Schick developed an independent electro-acoustic set-up, the rotating surfaces.
Joachim Zoepf began studying music in Vienna in 1979 and later continued in Cologne. In addition to the soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophone, he also includes the bass clarinet and the piano. He has been a freelance musician and music teacher since 1983. He participated in various formations, be it from the area of “enlightened jazz” or new music. His current focus is on new improvised and electroacoustic music, which he plays in preferably continuously working groups or as a soloist.
Admission: 12 / 10 / 6 Euro (normal price / reduced / Berlin Pass)