Unterstützung - support
TRE® - Tension Releasing Exercises
Gewaltfreie Kommunikation - Nonviolent Communication
künstlerische, sozio-kulturelle und unterstützende Workshops
artistic, socio-cultural and supporting workshops
A small passage inbetween pedestrian zone and backyard evolves to a Sound-Parcours. A kind of mobile concert. How does the passage sound like? How the spots close by?
6 to 11 p.m. continously
Passage Sparkasse – Süsterhaus
TRE® is an innovative series of exercises that assist the body in releasing deep muscular patterns of stress, tension and trauma. The exercises safely activate a natural reflex mechanism of shaking or vibrating that releases muscular tension, calming down the nervous system. When this muscular shaking/vibrating mechanism is activated in a safe and controlled environment, the body is encouraged to return back to a state of balance.
Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises (or TRE®) is based on the fundamental idea, backed by research, that stress, tension and trauma is both psychological and physical. TRE®’s reflexive muscle vibrations generally feel pleasant and soothing. After doing TRE®, many people report feelings of peace and well-being. TRE® has helped many thousands of people globally.
TRE® is designed to be a self-help tool that, once learned, can be used independently as needed throughout one’s life, thereby continuously supporting and promoting personal health and wellness.
9.4. mit Infoabend, 7.5., 21.5., 4.6., 2.7.
What is the sound of the Kreishaus? 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, 4/4/19 6 p.m.
Am Schölerberg 1, 49082 Osnabrück
Free improvisation. Marienkirche Wallenbrück. 9.3.2019, 7 p.m.
Werner Schermeier – piano
Hans Wilhelm Specht – sax
Wolfgang Röhrig – guit, voice
Eric Pfennig – bass
Marcus Beuter – field recordings
Peter Schwieger – synth
Frank Ay – sax, clar
On saturday, 2nd of march, a extended concert night for the musician and composer Gerd Lisken who died in 2018 will happen at the Bunker Ulmenwall, Bielefeld. The Cooperativa Ensemble and the Ensemble Freie Musik will be part of the tribute.
Sunday, 3rd of february
The Cooperativa Ensemble will have a full day at the exhibition “Volatile dreams – Art of the World’s Fair” at the museum Marta in Herford.
The program includes concerts, talks and workshops.
Besides performing with the ensemble in front of Delaunays “Air, fer, eau” I invite for a soundwalk. Furthermore the electroacoustic piece robert will be aired for the whole seven hours.
About the piece
In the time between 27th of december 18 and 6th of january 19 I had the rare opportunity to travel across and live with producers of brasil nuts. Besides the extraordinary possibilties of field recordings I got an insight of the hard but also rewarding work. Brasil nuts are not grown in plantations but collected in the rain forest itself. Several days of ship travel on the rio madre de dios had as much been part of the travel from Riberalta in Bolivia to Puerto Maldonado in Peru as night hikes acroos the rain forest to the camps of the gatheres.
November and december 18
Two month artist residency at Bolivia Sostenible.
Field recordings during the in total 3 1/2 month long travel, with special hikes into the rain forest.
Workshops of Non-violent communication and Tension release Exercises with the volunteers of the NGO.
Development of the new retreat “aus eigener Kraft”.
What is the sound of Der Speicher? 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.
Saturday, 29/9/18 5 p.m.
Speicher Osnabrück, Am Speicher 2, 49090 Osnabrück
What is the sound of the Felix-Nussbaum-Haus? 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.
Friday, 20/7/18 3 and 7 p.m.