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Offene Ohren e.V. presents Improvised Music in Munich

In October 2023 Offene Ohren e.V. was awarded the Federal APPLAUS Prize in the category “Best Small Venue or Concert Series”. We are very happy, because – thanks to the associated bonus – we can offer additional concert highlights for you in our anniversary year 2024.

Saturday, 15 June 2024, 8 p.m.

MUG – Munich Underground at Einstein Kultur

TIAN

TIAN

Photo © top left to right:
Ulrich Phillipp (bass) © Erika Enders
Angelika Sheridan (flutes) © Niclas Weber
Julien Pontvianne (saxophone) © Michel Jublou

Photo © below left to right:
Judith Wegmann (piano) © Pierre Pallez
Burkhard Schlothauer (violin) © Gino Dambrowski

The Tian project brings together five musicians from Germany, France and Switzerland who share an affinity for silence, slowness and intensive listening to sounds:

Ulrich Phillipp (Bass / D), Julien Pontvianne (Saxofon / F), Burkhard Schlothauer (Violine / D), Angelika Sheridan (Flöten / D), Judith Wegmann (Piano / CH)

They use traditional and experimental instrumental playing styles and forego solo gestures in favor of a communal sound. A collective music of ascetic sensuality emerges.

Location: MUG – Munich Underground at Einstein Kultur
Entrance fee: 15 Euro, members of Offene Ohren e.V. 12 Euro

This concert is made possible also by the Federal Culture Prize Applaus, which Offene Ohren e.V. was awarded in autumn 2023.

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Tuesday, 25 June 2024, 8 p.m.

MUG – Munich Underground at Einstein Kultur

Eli Wallace Piano Solo    Pieces and Interludes

Eli Wallace Piano Solo

Elija Creighton Wallace, piano (USA)

Eli Wallace is a pianist, improviser, and composer who resides in Brooklyn, New York. In addition to his own projects, he works with other like-minded artists; together with Drew Wesely he curates the interdisciplinary performance series Invocation.

His work as a pianist displays his vast milieu of experiences from classical, jazz, free improvisation studies, and extensive piano preparation, while his compositions employ notational strategies to broaden the manner in which sounds are created and the ways in which musicians interact.

Over the past decade he has appeared on dozens of albums and has performed at such esteemed venues as The Stone, New York, NY, Experimental Sound Studio, Chicago, IL, and the Outsound New Music Summit, San Francisco, CA.

Location: MUG – Munich Underground at Einstein Kultur
Entrance fee: 15 Euro, members of Offene Ohren e.V. 12 Euro

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The friends of improvised music of the Offene Ohren e.V. would like to thank the Kulturreferat München for its continuous help allowing to present improvised music in Munich.

 

 

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