*RESET*: Ein feministischer Tauchgang

Performative Installation by Swoosh Lieu

Fr 17:00h Germany Premiere

Fr 18:30h

Fr 20:00h

Fr 21:30h

Sa 14:00h

Sa 15:30h

Sa 17:00h

Sa 18:30h

Sa 22:00h

Su 14:00h

Su 15:30h

Su 17:00h

Su 18:30h

Su 20:00h

Installation Performance

LA STRADA IV

Concert series by Ensemble KNM Berlin

Sa 20:00h

Concert

Rhythm Is The Place

Performance by Juan Domínguez

Th 20:00h Premiere

Fr 20:00h

Sa 20:00h

Su 18:00h

Performance / Tanz

IN YOUR HEAD

Pol Pi & Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop

Fr 20:00h Premiere in Germany

Sa 20:00h

Su 18:00h

Concert Performance / Tanz

Magenta Haze

Performance by Milla Koistinen

Th 20:00h Premiere in Germany

Fr 20:00h

Sa 18:00h

Performance / Tanz

Beethoven 7

Sasha Waltz & Guests

Fr 20:00h Preview

Sa 20:00h Premiere

Su 18:00h

Dance

Forecast Festival 2023

Mentorships for Audacious Minds – Edition 7

Fr from 19:30h

Sa from 17:00h

Installation Performance Festival

MaerzMusik: Songs for Captured Voices

Music Theater by Laure M. Hiendl, Elaine Mitchener and KNM Berlin

Th 20:00h Live-Premiere

Musiktheater Festival

MaerzMusik: Variations on a Voice

Saunders / Miller / Dunn / Fraser / Baskind

Sa 18:00h

Concert Festival

MaerzMusik: Riot Ensemble

Gísladóttir / Thurley / Morgan-Williams / Paxton

Sa 20:00h

Concert Festival

MaerzMusik: lange//berweck//lorenz – Nachtstücke / synthetic DNA I

Neumann / Erel / Lang / Tietchens

Sa 22:00h

Concert Festival

Wasted Land

Musiktheater frei nach T. S. Eliot von Nico and the Navigators

Th 20:00h Premiere

Fr 20:00h

Sa 20:00h

Su 18:00h

Musiktheater

Prozession

Concert by Ensemblekollektiv Berlin with works Michelle Lou and Enno Poppe

Th 20:00h

Concert

Between Realities

Concert Night Mahler Chamber Orchestra: Future Presence

Mo 17:00 21:00h

Concert Installation

Blazing Worlds

Performance by Sergiu Matis

Th 20:00h Premiere

Fr 20:00h

Sa 20:00h

Su 18:00h

Performance / Tanz

safe&sound

Performance by Lee Méir

Th 20:00h Live-Premiere

Fr 20:00h

Sa 20:30h

Su 19:30h

Performance / Tanz

Personne With Voice

Performance by Isabelle Schad & Laurent Goldring

Fr 18:00h Premiere in germany

Sa 19:00h

Su 18:00h

Performance / Tanz

The rest of dance

Performance by Ana Laura Lozza & Bárbara Hang

Fr 19:00h Premiere in Berlin

Sa 18:00h

Performance / Tanz

The performance collective Swoosh Lieu invites the audience to dive into a journey through time in which present, past and future blur together. Swoosh Lieu build a Mu/Sea/Um in which the biographies of queer pirates are played out, entangled algae fosters a proliferation of new utopias of kinship and cohabitation, and a talking octopus explains alternative marine biologies.

The performance collective Swoosh Lieu invites the audience to dive into a journey through time in which present, past and future blur together. Swoosh Lieu build a Mu/Sea/Um in which the biographies of queer pirates are played out, entangled algae fosters a proliferation of new utopias of kinship and cohabitation, and a talking octopus explains alternative marine biologies.

The performance collective Swoosh Lieu invites the audience to dive into a journey through time in which present, past and future blur together. Swoosh Lieu build a Mu/Sea/Um in which the biographies of queer pirates are played out, entangled algae fosters a proliferation of new utopias of kinship and cohabitation, and a talking octopus explains alternative marine biologies.

The performance collective Swoosh Lieu invites the audience to dive into a journey through time in which present, past and future blur together. Swoosh Lieu build a Mu/Sea/Um in which the biographies of queer pirates are played out, entangled algae fosters a proliferation of new utopias of kinship and cohabitation, and a talking octopus explains alternative marine biologies.

The performance collective Swoosh Lieu invites the audience to dive into a journey through time in which present, past and future blur together. Swoosh Lieu build a Mu/Sea/Um in which the biographies of queer pirates are played out, entangled algae fosters a proliferation of new utopias of kinship and cohabitation, and a talking octopus explains alternative marine biologies.

The performance collective Swoosh Lieu invites the audience to dive into a journey through time in which present, past and future blur together. Swoosh Lieu build a Mu/Sea/Um in which the biographies of queer pirates are played out, entangled algae fosters a proliferation of new utopias of kinship and cohabitation, and a talking octopus explains alternative marine biologies.

The performance collective Swoosh Lieu invites the audience to dive into a journey through time in which present, past and future blur together. Swoosh Lieu build a Mu/Sea/Um in which the biographies of queer pirates are played out, entangled algae fosters a proliferation of new utopias of kinship and cohabitation, and a talking octopus explains alternative marine biologies.

The performance collective Swoosh Lieu invites the audience to dive into a journey through time in which present, past and future blur together. Swoosh Lieu build a Mu/Sea/Um in which the biographies of queer pirates are played out, entangled algae fosters a proliferation of new utopias of kinship and cohabitation, and a talking octopus explains alternative marine biologies.

With "Quaderno di strada" by contemporary composer Salvatore Sciarrino, Ensemble KNM Berlin dives into segmented travel memories: commonplace, at times whimsical, at others absurd. Luigi Nono's composition "'Hay que caminar' Soñando" provides artistic commentary – a dream journey through a quiet, fragmentary soundscape with gaps and frayed edges to the point of silencing.

The performance collective Swoosh Lieu invites the audience to dive into a journey through time in which present, past and future blur together. Swoosh Lieu build a Mu/Sea/Um in which the biographies of queer pirates are played out, entangled algae fosters a proliferation of new utopias of kinship and cohabitation, and a talking octopus explains alternative marine biologies.

The performance collective Swoosh Lieu invites the audience to dive into a journey through time in which present, past and future blur together. Swoosh Lieu build a Mu/Sea/Um in which the biographies of queer pirates are played out, entangled algae fosters a proliferation of new utopias of kinship and cohabitation, and a talking octopus explains alternative marine biologies.

The performance collective Swoosh Lieu invites the audience to dive into a journey through time in which present, past and future blur together. Swoosh Lieu build a Mu/Sea/Um in which the biographies of queer pirates are played out, entangled algae fosters a proliferation of new utopias of kinship and cohabitation, and a talking octopus explains alternative marine biologies.

The performance collective Swoosh Lieu invites the audience to dive into a journey through time in which present, past and future blur together. Swoosh Lieu build a Mu/Sea/Um in which the biographies of queer pirates are played out, entangled algae fosters a proliferation of new utopias of kinship and cohabitation, and a talking octopus explains alternative marine biologies.

The performance collective Swoosh Lieu invites the audience to dive into a journey through time in which present, past and future blur together. Swoosh Lieu build a Mu/Sea/Um in which the biographies of queer pirates are played out, entangled algae fosters a proliferation of new utopias of kinship and cohabitation, and a talking octopus explains alternative marine biologies.

The performance collective Swoosh Lieu invites the audience to dive into a journey through time in which present, past and future blur together. Swoosh Lieu build a Mu/Sea/Um in which the biographies of queer pirates are played out, entangled algae fosters a proliferation of new utopias of kinship and cohabitation, and a talking octopus explains alternative marine biologies.

Choreographer and multidisciplinary artist Juan Domínguez experiments in "Rhythm Is The Place" with our perception of time, duration and rhythm, and explores the social potential generated through the live moment of a performance. The performance is presented as part of the collaboration :LOVE:  between Tanzfabrik and Radialsystem presented in Radialsystem’s spaces.

Choreographer and multidisciplinary artist Juan Domínguez experiments in "Rhythm Is The Place" with our perception of time, duration and rhythm, and explores the social potential generated through the live moment of a performance. The performance is presented as part of the collaboration :LOVE:  between Tanzfabrik and Radialsystem presented in Radialsystem’s spaces.

Choreographer and multidisciplinary artist Juan Domínguez experiments in "Rhythm Is The Place" with our perception of time, duration and rhythm, and explores the social potential generated through the live moment of a performance. The performance is presented as part of the collaboration :LOVE:  between Tanzfabrik and Radialsystem presented in Radialsystem’s spaces.

Choreographer and multidisciplinary artist Juan Domínguez experiments in "Rhythm Is The Place" with our perception of time, duration and rhythm, and explores the social potential generated through the live moment of a performance. The performance is presented as part of the collaboration :LOVE:  between Tanzfabrik and Radialsystem presented in Radialsystem’s spaces.

In "IN YOUR HEAD", choreographer Pol Pi and the soloist ensemble Kaleidoscope take on Shostakovich's Eighth String Quartet, revealing an “embodied” music. In the interplay between staves and gestures, solo and quartet, silence and the rhythm that links it, a subtle choreography unfolds that makes the music as visible as the movement audible.

In "IN YOUR HEAD", choreographer Pol Pi and the soloist ensemble Kaleidoscope take on Shostakovich's Eighth String Quartet, revealing an “embodied” music. In the interplay between staves and gestures, solo and quartet, silence and the rhythm that links it, a subtle choreography unfolds that makes the music as visible as the movement audible.

In "IN YOUR HEAD", choreographer Pol Pi and the soloist ensemble Kaleidoscope take on Shostakovich's Eighth String Quartet, revealing an “embodied” music. In the interplay between staves and gestures, solo and quartet, silence and the rhythm that links it, a subtle choreography unfolds that makes the music as visible as the movement audible.

In “Magenta Haze”, the performers engage in play with large, colourful objects, yielding a choreography of subtle tipping points between distance and proximity, solidarity and alienation, fragility and strength, and the individual and the group. Milla Koistinen invites the audience to move around the space and observe the choreography.

In “Magenta Haze”, the performers engage in play with large, colourful objects, yielding a choreography of subtle tipping points between distance and proximity, solidarity and alienation, fragility and strength, and the individual and the group. Milla Koistinen invites the audience to move around the space and observe the choreography.

In “Magenta Haze”, the performers engage in play with large, colourful objects, yielding a choreography of subtle tipping points between distance and proximity, solidarity and alienation, fragility and strength, and the individual and the group. Milla Koistinen invites the audience to move around the space and observe the choreography.

The mentoring programme “Forecast” promotes the transdisciplinary exchange of forward-looking artistic ideas on an international scale. At the festival, the six mentees of Edition 7 will present their work, which they have developed over ten months in exchange with their mentors.

Mentees: Tom Cassani, Mia Štark, Luciana Decker Orozco, Alexis Guillier, Hamza Baig, Peny Chan
Mentors: Florentina Holzinger, Ana Prvački, Laura Huertas Millán, Alia Ibrahim, Daliso Chaponda, Rully Shabara

The mentoring programme “Forecast” promotes the transdisciplinary exchange of forward-looking artistic ideas on an international scale. At the festival, the six mentees of Edition 7 will present their work, which they have developed over ten months in exchange with their mentors.

Mentees: Tom Cassani, Mia Štark, Luciana Decker Orozco, Alexis Guillier, Hamza Baig, Peny Chan
Mentors: Florentina Holzinger, Ana Prvački, Laura Huertas Millán, Alia Ibrahim, Daliso Chaponda, Rully Shabara

This year's MaerzMusik Festival will take place from 17 to 26 March at Haus der Berliner Festspiele, Radialsystem and other venues – for the first time under the artistic direction of curator and music journalist Kamila Metwaly. The music theatre “Songs for Captured Voices” by Laure M. Hiendl, Phila Bergmann, Thea Reifler and Göksu Kunak centres around human voices that have been instrumentalised time and again throughout history and become the object of asymmetrical power negotiations.

This year's MaerzMusik Festival will take place from 17 to 26 March at Haus der Berliner Festspiele, Radialsystem and other venues – for the first time under the artistic direction of curator and music journalist Kamila Metwaly. In this programme, Juliet Fraser performs three compositions written for her, revealing the uniqueness of her voice and representing quite different approaches to the voice in general and in combination.

This year's MaerzMusik Festival will take place from 17 to 26 March at Haus der Berliner Festspiele, Radialsystem and other venues – for the first time under the artistic direction of curator and music journalist Kamila Metwaly. Riot Ensemble performs four compositions – by Bára Gísladóttir, Bethan Morgan-Williams, Alex Paxton and Oliver Thurley.

This year's MaerzMusik Festival will take place from 17 to 26 March at Haus der Berliner Festspiele, Radialsystem and other venues – for the first time under the artistic direction of curator and music journalist Kamila Metwaly. The synthesizer trio lange//berweck//lorenz reveals meandering worlds filled with colour with works by Asmus Tietchens, Andrea Neumann, Korhan Erel and Bernhard Lang.

Nico and the Navigators demonstrate with their scenic/musical revision of T.S. Eliot’s illustrious poem “The Waste Land” the enduring value of a poetic time capsule summarising the period that emerged at the end of World War I. The poem takes up crises that continue to affect us today: wars, catastrophic drought, and economic depression. Against this backdrop, this music theatre piece searches for a common future and entices its audience to engage in purposeful community within art.

Nico and the Navigators demonstrate with their scenic/musical revision of T.S. Eliot’s illustrious poem “The Waste Land” the enduring value of a poetic time capsule summarising the period that emerged at the end of World War I. The poem takes up crises that continue to affect us today: wars, catastrophic drought, and economic depression. Against this backdrop, this music theatre piece searches for a common future and entices its audience to engage in purposeful community within art.

Nico and the Navigators demonstrate with their scenic/musical revision of T.S. Eliot’s illustrious poem “The Waste Land” the enduring value of a poetic time capsule summarising the period that emerged at the end of World War I. The poem takes up crises that continue to affect us today: wars, catastrophic drought, and economic depression. Against this backdrop, this music theatre piece searches for a common future and entices its audience to engage in purposeful community within art.

Nico and the Navigators demonstrate with their scenic/musical revision of T.S. Eliot’s illustrious poem “The Waste Land” the enduring value of a poetic time capsule summarising the period that emerged at the end of World War I. The poem takes up crises that continue to affect us today: wars, catastrophic drought, and economic depression. Against this backdrop, this music theatre piece searches for a common future and entices its audience to engage in purposeful community within art.

Under the direction of Enno Poppe, the Ensemblekollektiv presents the world premiere of a reworked version of composer Michelle Lou's piece "In the Land of Milk and Honey" in early April. The concert also features a performance of Poppe’s own work “Procession”.

With its concert project “Between Realities” the Mahler Chamber Orchestra explores space and sound at the interface of different levels of reality. A special focus lies on Mendelssohn Bartholdy's suite from “A Midsummer Nights Dream”, which the Mahler Chamber Orchestra performs not only live, but also for the first time in a virtual reality performance.

Driven by the force of utopian thought, Berlin-based choreographer Sergiu Matis experiments in his new performance “Blazing Worlds” with imagining a possible future of which dance will continue to be a part. “Blazing Worlds” is presented as part of the collaboration :LOVE: between Tanzfabrik and Radialsystem presented in Radialsystem’s spaces.

Driven by the force of utopian thought, Berlin-based choreographer Sergiu Matis experiments in his new performance “Blazing Worlds” with imagining a possible future of which dance will continue to be a part. “Blazing Worlds” is presented as part of the collaboration :LOVE: between Tanzfabrik and Radialsystem presented in Radialsystem’s spaces.

Driven by the force of utopian thought, Berlin-based choreographer Sergiu Matis experiments in his new performance “Blazing Worlds” with imagining a possible future of which dance will continue to be a part. “Blazing Worlds” is presented as part of the collaboration :LOVE: between Tanzfabrik and Radialsystem presented in Radialsystem’s spaces.

Driven by the force of utopian thought, Berlin-based choreographer Sergiu Matis experiments in his new performance “Blazing Worlds” with imagining a possible future of which dance will continue to be a part. “Blazing Worlds” is presented as part of the collaboration :LOVE: between Tanzfabrik and Radialsystem presented in Radialsystem’s spaces.

In „safe&sound“ nutzt die Berliner Choreografin Lee Méir Loops, Polyrhythmik sowie lineare und zyklische Zeitformen, um sich mit Fragen der Zugehörigkeit, der Freiheit und kollektiven Entscheidungsfindung auseinanderzusetzen. Im perkussiven Spiel von Tanz, Gesten, Stimme und Gegenständen widerstehen und folgen sechs Performer*innen dem Sog der Harmonie, dem Verlangen nach Synchronität und der Versuchung, sich dem „Groove hinzugeben“.

Die Solo-Performance „Personne With Voice“ von Isabelle Schad und Laurent Goldring geht vom Konzept „Personne“ aus. Eine allmähliche Verschiebung bewegt die Bedeutung des Konzepts durch verschiedene Identitätsschichten, egal ob sie als Persönlichkeit, Bühnenfigur oder als Subjekt ohne individuelle Merkmale verstanden werden.

In ihrer Choreografie beschäftigen sich Ana Laura Lozza und Bárbara Hang mit den Spuren, die zurückbleiben, wenn Körper sich begegnen und wieder voneinander trennen. „The rest of dance“ ist ein Tanz, der aus dem besteht, was zurückbleibt. Eine exzessive Dimension, die im Körper immer präsent ist. Ein Überrest als Reserve für das, was kommen wird.

In „safe&sound“ nutzt die Berliner Choreografin Lee Méir Loops, Polyrhythmik sowie lineare und zyklische Zeitformen, um sich mit Fragen der Zugehörigkeit, der Freiheit und kollektiven Entscheidungsfindung auseinanderzusetzen. Im perkussiven Spiel von Tanz, Gesten, Stimme und Gegenständen widerstehen und folgen sechs Performer*innen dem Sog der Harmonie, dem Verlangen nach Synchronität und der Versuchung, sich dem „Groove hinzugeben“.

In ihrer Choreografie beschäftigen sich Ana Laura Lozza und Bárbara Hang mit den Spuren, die zurückbleiben, wenn Körper sich begegnen und wieder voneinander trennen. „The rest of dance“ ist ein Tanz, der aus dem besteht, was zurückbleibt. Eine exzessive Dimension, die im Körper immer präsent ist. Ein Überrest als Reserve für das, was kommen wird.

Die Solo-Performance „Personne With Voice“ von Isabelle Schad und Laurent Goldring geht vom Konzept „Personne“ aus. Eine allmähliche Verschiebung bewegt die Bedeutung des Konzepts durch verschiedene Identitätsschichten, egal ob sie als Persönlichkeit, Bühnenfigur oder als Subjekt ohne individuelle Merkmale verstanden werden.

In „safe&sound“ nutzt die Berliner Choreografin Lee Méir Loops, Polyrhythmik sowie lineare und zyklische Zeitformen, um sich mit Fragen der Zugehörigkeit, der Freiheit und kollektiven Entscheidungsfindung auseinanderzusetzen. Im perkussiven Spiel von Tanz, Gesten, Stimme und Gegenständen widerstehen und folgen sechs Performer*innen dem Sog der Harmonie, dem Verlangen nach Synchronität und der Versuchung, sich dem „Groove hinzugeben“.

Die Solo-Performance „Personne With Voice“ von Isabelle Schad und Laurent Goldring geht vom Konzept „Personne“ aus. Eine allmähliche Verschiebung bewegt die Bedeutung des Konzepts durch verschiedene Identitätsschichten, egal ob sie als Persönlichkeit, Bühnenfigur oder als Subjekt ohne individuelle Merkmale verstanden werden.

In „safe&sound“ nutzt die Berliner Choreografin Lee Méir Loops, Polyrhythmik sowie lineare und zyklische Zeitformen, um sich mit Fragen der Zugehörigkeit, der Freiheit und kollektiven Entscheidungsfindung auseinanderzusetzen. Im perkussiven Spiel von Tanz, Gesten, Stimme und Gegenständen widerstehen und folgen sechs Performer*innen dem Sog der Harmonie, dem Verlangen nach Synchronität und der Versuchung, sich dem „Groove hinzugeben“.

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