Monthly Archives: May 2019

subversiv at Osnabrück main station

The sound installation subversiv is based on a concept of Willem Schulz, composition by Marcus Beuter.
The material of the installation is based on recordings by the musicians of the Cooperativa Ensemble:
Edith Murasova – Voice
Anke Züllich-Lisken – Voice, Monochord
Heidemarie Bhatti-Küppers – Text
Reinhold Westerheide – Guitar
Stefan Kallmer – Clarinet
Willem Schulz – Violoncello
Gerd Lisken – Piano
Angelika Höger – Kinetic Soundart
Peter Schwieger – Synthesizer, Electronics, Toys
Marcus Beuter – Laptop, Field Recordings

28.5. bis 24.6. 2019
at the ain entrance of the main station Osnabrück

2nd electronic night

Marta Zapparoli meets Marcus Beuter.
Two field recordists in one electronic night.

Marta Zaparoli will play her composition sonata per eterna, Marcus Beuter will improvise in 4-channel with sounds of his recent journey across Peru and Bolivia.

Finally they meet in a free improvisation with field recordings.

The sound installation “sound lines” by Marcus Beuter will be audible in the entrance area of the Bunker Ulmenwall.

Friday, 24th of May, 8.30 p.m., Bunker Ulmenwall, Bielefeld

Geplante Obsoleszenz at the Kulturamt Bielefeld

What is the sound of the Kulturamt Bielefeld? The house as an instrument, as a score. The trio Geplante Obsoleszenz with Angelika Höger, Peter Schwieger and Marcus Beuter works directly with the material of a space.

Wednesday, 22nd of May, 6 p.m.
Kulturamt Bielefeld, Kavalleriestr. 17

Abseits des Stroms

Two artists grant a single guest a special moment of intimacy: an improviser performance with voice and environmental sounds

Anna Bella Eschengerd – voice
Marcus Beuter – laptop

Saturday, 19.5., 7 p.m. to midnight
Kundencentrum Stadtwerke Gütersloh
Berlinerstr. 19

Resonanz at Wilde Rose

What is the sound of the Wilde Rose Cultural Centre? The house as an instrument, as a score. The trio Geplante Obsoleszenz with Angelika Höger, Peter Schwieger and Marcus Beuter works directly with the material of a space. Willem Schulz interpretes the architectonical structures with his viloncello.
Thursday, 16/5/19 7.30 p.m.
Borgholzhausener Str. 75 – 79, 49324 Melle