Author Archives: Matthias

More than one species in Berlin

More Than One Species More Than One Species Choreographie: Takako Suzuki 05. Dezember 2017, 20:00 Uhr – Deutschlandpremiere 06. Dezember 2017, 20:00 Uhr Eintrittskarten: http://www.tickets.per-aspera.net „More than one species“ ist ein Dialog über die in der georgischen Kultur manifestierte und zugleich verborgene Sexualität. Das Stück untersucht die Wahrnehmung des menschlichen Körpers, seine Freiheiten und Zwänge

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Superimpose & guests

There has been a change to this concert: Due to illness Sofia Jernberg is unable to attend, so Chris Heenan and Michael Vorfeld („Half Cloud, Half Plain“) have been invited to participate on November 10.________Seit 2007 betreiben Matthias Müller (Posaune) und Christian Marien (Schlagzeug) ihre gemeinsame Klangforschung im Duo Superimpose. Das 10-jährige Jubiläum feiern die

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More than one Species

More than one Species Dates: June 20 and 21 Location: KHIDI, Tbilisi, Georgia As part of Contemporary Dance Festival in Tbilisi Concept, direction and choreography: Takako Suzuki | JP/DE Music composition: Matthias Müller | DE Dancers: Elene Enukidze, Giorgi Gulisashvili, Lasha Mdzinarishvili | GE Musicians: Giorgi Iremashvili (percussion), Giorgi Zeniashvili (panduri, chonguri) | GE, Matthias

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solo trombone / mamü music #1

I am happy to announce the release of my first solo record! You can buy and/or download „Solo Trombone“ on Bandcamp or buy it directly here. It is the first release on my „mamü music“ label. Check it out! Artwork by Annett Both Photography by Cristina Marx Mixing and mastering by Roy Carroll   solo

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10 Years Superimpose

Superimpose, the duo of Christian Marien on drums and Matthias Müller on trombone, is going to celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2017! There will be lots of activities, e.g. concerts with the great singer Sofia Jernberg in April. Stay tuned! Superimpose is ONE sound – Matthias Müller and Christian Marien have been developing their collaborative

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Splitter Music Festival

The Splitter Music Festival, taking place from the 24th to the 27th of November, is a new Berlin festival for contemporary orchestral music. The four evenings at “Wabe” and “Ballhaus Ost” with over 80 artists revolve around music-making in large formats, based on the power of free improvisation. Large Formations…. The central focus of the

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Creative Construction Set / George Lewis & Splitter Orchester

Splitter Orchester consists of a variety of autonomous and ultra-specialised composer-performers who choose not to work in an institutionalised framework and who question existing hierarchies in the music establishment. The ensemble tends to use sound as the medium with which to explore artistic ideas, as opposed to actively seeking to continue a specific historical dialogue

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