Istanbul

Collaborative work with the music ethnologist Nil Basdurak about the changes of the soundscape in Beyoglu

Soloperformance at the Free Music Night “Take the AID Train” at Kaset Mitanni, Istanbul, Thursday, 14.12., 10 p.m.
Thematic Soundwalk about the gentrification of Beyoglu, Saturday, 16.12., 3 to 6 p.m., Hazzopulo 1, Istanbul

Pauline Oliveros – The long path of listening

Pauline Oliveros (1932 – 2016), musician and composer got known by many of her activities in her life.
She has been an early protagonist of improvised music, experimented with electronic music, worked at the renowned
San Francisco Tape Music Center and also co-founded the Deep Listening Institute, in which she worked and researched until she died last year.
Pauline Oliveros lived her entire live for the understanding of listening.
A Jour fixe about her life and an introduction to Deep Listening.

Jour fixe of the Cooperativa Neue Musik
Montag, 4.12., 20 Uhr, Capella hospitalis, Teutoburgerstr. 50, Bielefeld

Vernissage of the soundinstallation subversiv at the University of Bielefeld

The sound installation subversiv is based on a concept of Willem Schulz, composition by Marcus Beuter. The 6-channel-installation will be realised at three different places in the region.
The first one is at the Landschaftspark Staff-Stiftung in Lemgo. The vernissage is on Sunday, 10th of September, 11.30 a.m.
The installation will be until Sunday, 15th of October, daily 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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

DEKADENZ PLUS

Cooperativa Ensemble Bielefeld

Montag, 20.11.2017, 6.30p.m.
Kunsthalle Bielefeld
Artur-Ladebeck-Straße 5

Concert related to the exhibition „Der böse Expressionismus“

DEKADENZ PLUS

Anke Züllich-Lisken – Sopran, Monochord
Gerd Lisken – Piano
Willem Schulz – Cello
Marcus Beuter – Fieldrecordings, Live-Elektronik

Program

Free Improvisation
Heinz Holliger – Elis: 3 Nachtstücke für Klavier (1961)
Marcus Beuter – schmerz (2014)
Improvisation
Anke Züllich-Lisken: Der helle Abgrund (2017)
Willem Schulz – Zyklon (2011)
Karl-Heinz Stockhausen „Aus den sieben Tagen“: Richtige Dauern (1968)
Free Improvisation

Vernissage of the soundinstallation subversiv in Lemgo

The sound installation subversiv is based on a concept of Willem Schulz, composition by Marcus Beuter. The 6-channel-installation will be realised at three different places in the region.
The first one is at the Landschaftspark Staff-Stiftung in Lemgo. The vernissage is on Sunday, 10th of September, 11.30 a.m.
The installation will be until Sunday, 15th of October, daily 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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

Listen: Voices! – Musik 21 Festival

How many languages are spoken in Hannover? The beauty of languages will be presented by the performance Listen: Voices!. People of different mother tongue will be invited to participate to a lunch. Out of their talks a live-composition will be created through electronical live processing.

Live-Electronic: Arsalan Abedian, Joachim Heintz, Farhad Ilaghi Hosseini, Feliz Anne Macahis
Live-Microphoning: Marcus Beuter
Artistic directors: Matthias Kaul, Joachim Heintz

Kulturzentrum Pavillon Hannover
19. and 20.8.2017 at 1 p.m.

Vernissage of the soundinstallation subversiv in Halle/Westfalen

The sound installation subversiv is based on a concept of Willem Schulz, composition by Marcus Beuter. The 6-channel-installation will be realised at three different places in the region.
The first one is in Gartenstr. 6, Halle/Westfalen. The vernissage is on Monday, 7th of August, 5 p.m.
The installation will be until Monday, 4th of September, daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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