Arturo Mejía
Mi, 27/10/2021, 18:00 Uhr
Elektronische Musik / Klangkunst / Sound Art / Komponierte Musik / Konzert

Kiezsalon @ Musikbrauerei


w/ Mabe Fratti, Lea Bertucci & Amirtha Kidambi

At the end of October we return to our spiritual home, the 120-year-old, historical Musikbrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg. Tucked away between Greifswalder Straße and Volkspark Friedrichshain, the former Schneider brewery is a rare building in east Berlin for having survived, unspoiled, the creeping tide of gentrification.
A natural non-conformist, Mabe Fratti is a Guatemalan-born cellist now based in Mexico City. Through her hypnotic and captivating performance, Mabe sews contemporary elements like shoe gaze and art pop with ancestral influences that go from Gregorian chants to Sephardi music.
Influenced equally by jazz, Carnatic, and western classical vocal techniques, the duo of Amirtha Kidambi on vocals and Lea Bertucci on tapes and electronics a thoroughly freely improvised approach. For the astute listener, the explorations may conjure a real-time version of postwar musique concrete or the groundbreaking experiments of live electronics pioneer Pauline Oliveros’ tape improvisations.

Mabe Fratti, Cello, Composer

A natural non-conformist, Mabe Fratti is a Guatemalan-born cellist now based in Mexico City. She creates delicate and deeply intimate soundscapes using only synthesiser, vocals, and her cello.

Amirtha Kidambi, Vocals
Lea Bertucci, Tapes and electronics

The duo of Amirtha Kidambi on vocals and Lea Bertucci on tapes and electronics finds new territory in extending the sonic possibilities of the human voice through electronic manipulation and improvised tactics.

https://www.digitalinberlin.de/kiezsalon-musikbrauerei-2021/

  • Einführung: At the end of October we return to our spiritual home, the 120-year-old, historical Musikbrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg.
  • Dauer: 03:00h
  • Bemerkungen zum Datum und Uhrzeit: Conecerts start at 19:00 CET
  • Musikbrauerei
  • Greifswalder Straße 23a, Berlin
  • Bemerkungen zum Ort: Tucked away between Greifswalder Straße and Volkspark Friedrichshain, the former Schneider brewery is a rare building in east Berlin for having survived, unspoiled, the creeping tide of gentrification.