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Events 2024


Chastschatur Kanajan – Intermediale Performance

Every Wednesday| 20.00

Violinist Chatschatur’s regular Wednesday evening performance of his OKNO series

Chaschatur Kanajan (1971) studied violin in Moscow, Dresden and Berlin, among others with Marina Jashvili and Ilan Gronich. This was followed by studying conducting and composition with Friedrich Goldmann at the Berlin University of the Arts.

Kanajan was a scholarship holder at the Schloss Solitude Academy in Stuttgart and the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. He played in Cairo’s quartet from 1997 to 2007. Kanajan has been a member of the ensemble mosaik since 1998 and conductor of the european music project since 2006. He has performed with ensembles such as ensemble intercontemporain and musikFabrik and has been a guest at international festivals such as the Salzburg Festival, the Festival d’Atomne Paris and the Venice Biennale.

Jeffrey & Rose

concert Saturday 13. July | 20:00

Simon Rose  (baritone saxophone) and Hilary Jeffery (trombone) have been performing in special places in Germany and England since 2014. Using the mobility of the baritone saxophone and trombone, they make use of the qualities of a given space as they compose together in the course of performance. Their unique project, featuring a dynamic and expressive interplay, reflective sonority and rich timbral presence, is especially suited to the abundant acoustics of Werkhalle Wiesenburg, Berlin.

Zapparoli & Rodrigues

concert Friday 12. July | 20:00

Marta Zapparoli (Antennas, Radio receivers, Electronics)  and Guilherme Rodrigues (Percussion, electronics) will work on a live improvisation in between the combination of radio waves, electromagnetics, and electroacoustics sounds, creating a slow vortex of visible and invisible sonic textures bouncing and reflecting in the space, paying attention to the specific natural acoustics of the architecture.

CELLO EVENING mit Julia Bilat / Hannes Buder


Julia Bilat

More is nothing
I’m not here to play a cello recital.

I understand your disappointment. I have hundreds of years of classical music tradition behind me, but my body is uncivilised and disobedient. What would I call it? Transcendental hysteria, go ahead! The cello slips from between my legs, disobeyed too. Sometimes we become one in this struggle: improvising instantaneous rituals that shape time, space and sound.

Julia Biłat is a classically trained cellist, improviser, composer and performer, based in Berlin since 2014.
She is dedicated to her exploratory, genre-bending practice at the intersection of improvisation, composition and performance, and challenges the norms of the typical concert form in search of a more direct connection with the audience. She often places the instrument in new, thought-provoking contexts in combination with improvisation using body, voice and space.

Hannes Buder
Hannes Buder (born 1978 in the former GDR) is a german guitarist, cellist and composer, whose work gaines from a disparate range of influences, including minimal music, 20th century classical music, jazz and avantgarde rock.



Linea is a multidisciplinary artist from the North of Sweden, active in Berlin. She will combine chanting, poetry and performance art into an experience in which the audience is invited to feel, visualise and remember.