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Jun 2022

  • Performance
25. June 2022, 20:00
Through samples, voices, velocity nodes and resonant insights, by turn fleeting and crass, subliminal and cranked, a sonic cudgel of revolutionary bliss emerges…  special guest Eda Er with Alessandra Eramo, Korhan Erel and Eremy Woodruff
  • Performance
20. June 2022, 20:00
Copenhagen based pianist Johanna Borchert teams up with Berlin based double bassist Miles Perkin to explore other-worldly sound vocabularies Simon and Joe first met in 2005 while playing as sidemen in the group of Ryan Blotnick at the Copenhagen Jazz Fest. They both live in Berlin.
  • Performance
13. June 2022, 20:00
The band ‘Fattness’, featuring all bass instruments will play new music and also invite the audience to “play along” with the ensemble on their cell phones.
  • Performance
  • Workshop
6. June 2022, 19:30
The Berlin School of Sound and the initiative neue music e.V. invite you to an informal sharing and exchange session at ACUD Macht Neu that aims to connect displaced, newly arrived artists with artists and cultural practitioners already settled in Berlin. Everybody is welcome to attend – the event is free of charge, and is aimed to become a regular meet up for the music and sound scene. 
  • Performance
3. June 2022, 20:00
In each session, a special guest and his inspiring genre are invited to celebrate the personal encounter and direct exchange with the Zafraan Ensemble and the audience. Special Guest: Kalle Kalima – electric guitar and composer from Finland Programm:Kalle Kalima (*1973) – ADAC

May 2022

  • Performance
27. May 2022, 20:00
Heya, is a research project and experimental ‘musicking’ collective which aims to bridge women who make sound and experimental music in the UK, Egypt, Lebanon and Turkey with each other and a global audience. Live networked performances and collaborative sonic works between Nour Sokhon (LE), Jilliene Sellner (CA/UK), Yara Mekawei (EG) and Zeynep Ayşe Hatipoğlu (TR), mixing and reacting to each other’s field recordings and sonic experiments, becomes a horizontal and egalitarian method of decolonizing musicological research
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