Tina kommt nicht / three-part evening by the elektroschuhe, Bin!, Nitzsche&Hummel
INDEED! I'm sure I'll find it in here somewhere. Inside of me this… “new creature” colorful, diverse and breathtaking!
MAIDEN TURN OF RACE / symphony no 1 “from the other side” for violin, electronics and hidden choir
Sabine Bremer's musical language was shaped by the romantic sounds of classical violin literature, the harmony and the playful freedom of jazz and, most recently, by the electronic sounds of her hometown Berlin.
As a composer and violinist she is breaking new ground on the paths of neo-classical music. Her compositions for violin and electronics are collagen-like interweaving with sometimes percussive, broken rhythms and risky psychedelic improvisations. Warm orchestral sounds generated by live recording techniques and effects processors correlate with the sound of contemporary modular synthesizers and sequencers.
In the performance “maiden turn of race” the artist wants to work with performer Ini Dill and filmmaker Arne Nitzsche. They present their first joint work which is also a preview of her debut album. The interdisciplinary performance opens up new perspectives for the audience into the possibilities of making music and narrating in the 21st century.
Live-Music / Composition Sabine Bremer Performance Ini Dill Video Arne Nitzsche Funded by durch die Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien im Programm NEUSTART KULTUR
RAUS AUS DEN FEDERN / A Solo Dance Performance with a clock radio
A non-binary tryout… houseman, housewife or even something else
Changes, changes everywhere
I change, I am changing myself
In front of the wall, I arrive at myself
Hope that one has a way out. To be able, still to be able to change into another human being.
Because if you still have time and hope, you can transform yourself into something else.
One can change, one can change everything.
Performance, Stage, Costume Daniel Drabek Music Nietzsche&Hummel Funded by durch die Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien im Programm NEUSTART KULTUR, Hilfsprogramm DIS-TANZEN des Dachverband Tanz Deutschland
DIE FUCKMEN SHOW
Three feminist punk songs are the foretaste of our nascent feminist / punk musical “Tina won't come”.
The midlife crisis almost gripped the three women but then finally there comes the breakthrough to their longed-for debut album with a concert at the largest women's band festival in Hamburg. But at the last rehearsal an unexpected breach of loyalty overtakes her. Tina is not coming. Pregnant! The drummer and the front woman are without a bassist. The male partners of the women quickly become women and have to step in - of course only under the guise of the feminine, because after all, this is about a women’s music festival. In the course of the piece, the question of the sexual affiliation of the new band members becomes central. But the recurring reference to the absent pregnant bassist lets the question of the physical difference between the sexes linger dominantly in the room.
Performance, Music Sabine Bremer, Ini Dill, Daniel Drabek, Arne Nitzsche Stage, CostumeIni Dill Production die elektroschuhe
Ini Dill and team participate in #share, a digital video format from Acker Stadt Palast.
Funded by Neustart - Bundesverband Soziokultur - Die Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien und Berliner Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa.