Ute Wassermann @ Sowieso

Ute Wassermann @ Sowieso

Apparat+ kicks off its New Music for Brass series with a solo set by Ute Wassermann (voice, bird whistles) and three works by Hanna Hartman.

mòs ensemble Pets & Therapy

mòs ensemble Pets & Therapy

Astrid Creve – Voice & Mandoline
Marta Del Grandi – Voice
Roos Denayer – Voice & guitar
Ambroos Deschepper – Saxophones & Percussion
Benjamin Hermans – Saxophone, Clarinets & Synths
Artan Buleshkaj – Guitar
Kobe Boon – Double Bass & Bassguitar
Simon Raman – Drums

Ingebrigt Håker Flaten @ KM28

Ingebrigt Håker Flaten @ KM28

Ingebrigt Håker Flaten – double bass 
Marta Warelis – piano
Mette Rasmussen – saxophone 
Karl Hjalmar Nyberg – saxophone
Jonathan Horne – guitar
Olaf Olsen – drums 

Peter Ablinger @ KM28

Peter Ablinger @ KM28

Peter Ablinger (Stimme), Biliana Voutchkova und Nurit Stark (Violinen), Erik Drescher (Flöte) & Wolfgang Musil (Sounddesign)

Olencki & Cocks | Ostendorf, Rasten & Gouband

Olencki & Cocks | Ostendorf, Rasten & Gouband

Recorded in Brattleboro, Vermont in 2021, Music for Two Flutes features one piece each by Weston Olencki and Laura Cocks.
Nils Ostendorf (trumpet), Fredrik Rasten (acoustic guitars) & Toma Gouband (percussion)

Hilde – Tide

Hilde – Tide

album release 15.03.2024

Julia Brüssel – violin
Marie Daniels – voice
Maria Trautmann – trombone
Emily Wittbrodt – cello

3grams – Groilla

3grams – Groilla

Casey Moir – voice
Michael Schiefel – voice
Luise Volkmann – woodwinds

Camilla Battaglia @ KM28

Camilla Battaglia @ KM28

The second concert in Nick Dunston’s series features two solo sets by 
Camilla Battaglia (voice & SuperCollider) and 
Mariana Carvalho (pre-recorded materials, transducers, small speaker, internal listening)

Christina Wheeler & Dudù Kouaté @ KM28

Christina Wheeler & Dudù Kouaté @ KM28

Christina Wheeler – voice, glass armonica, electronics
Dudù Kouate, percussion, xalam, kanjira, djembe,
tama, calabash, African flutes, vocals, electronics
Katinka Kleijn, solo cello & electronics

Igor Osypov guitar

Igor Osypov guitar

Igor Osypov – guitar, keys, sampler
Yuriy Seredin – keys, piano
Luca Curcio – bass
Fabian Rösch – drums

Matana Roberts saxophone

Matana Roberts saxophone

Die zwölfteilige Coin Coin-Reihe begann mit Coin Coin Chapter One: Gens de couleur libres (2011), das von Tiny Mixtapes als „eine der konzeptionell ehrgeizigsten, klanglich fesselndsten und emotional rohesten musikalischen Odysseen des Jahrzehnts“ bezeichnet wurde, während The Wire Matana als „ein großes Talent“ bezeichnete.