Robin Hinsch
So, 12/06/2022, 20:00 Uhr
Musiktheater / Oper / Performance

All watched over by machines of loving grace

Hofmann / van Bebber / Rodrigo / Huber

For the second time, the "extremely mixed choir" is making a guest appearance in Berlin. This time the group of amateurs and professionals explores ways of coexistence in the "Digitalocene". How are contemporary technologies changing the way we live together? Can we act responsibly and without false anxieties in an environment of omnipresent, constant media exposure? In the midst of audience members, loudspeaker trees and cable groves an installative concert for human and non-human bodies takes place: a song about the loneliness of humans, about the love of the machines and the complexity of the world.

Choir: Alexander Merbeth, Alexandra Idele, Frieder Hepting, Gertrud Utecht, Johanna Link, Joris Camelin, Klaus Bokelmann, Lisa Schmalz, Marla Johanna Breuker, Wissam Alkhalil, Lisa Pottstock
Director: Benjamin van Bebber
Music: Lukas Huber, Leo Hofmann and the choir
Stage & Costumes: Zahava Rodrigo
Choir conduction and assistance: Lisa Pottstock
Text: Juliane Zöllner, Leonie Böhm, Benjamin van Bebber
Choreographical collaboration: Jan Burkhardt
Assistence stage design: Maria Elektra Bertram, Nicole Nowak
Production management: ehrliche arbeit – freies Kulturbüro
Support: Jeanne Vogt

A production by Hofmann/van Bebber/Rodrigo/Huber in Cooperation with Kampnagel. Funded by Behörde für Kultur und Medien Hamburg, Fonds Darstellende Künste, Pro Helvetia, Fachausschuss Musik der Bildungs-, Kultur- und Sportdirektion des Kanton Basel-Stadt, Rusch-Stiftung, Claussen-Simon-Stiftung and Futurum Stiftung.

  • Dauer: 01:00h
  • Ballhaus Ost
  • Pappelallee 15, Berlin
  • Ticketpreis: 10-15 Euro
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