selected works


List of presented works since 1998 (selection)


Electroacoustic compositions

Electroacoustic composition for 7 speakers
__“Aderngeäst“, soundchoreographie (2003/04)

(11 min, 7-channel-tape)
soundmaterial viola by Charlotte Hug
realized at Elektronisches Studio der Technischen Universität Berlin
Première: Kunsthalle Darmstadt in the course of the International Summercourses for New Music Darmstadt 2004
Sophiensäle Berlin during the festival Ultraschall, Das Festival für Neue Musik 2005
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Electroacoustic audiovisual compositions

Electroacoustic audiovisual composition
__“Rot“ (2006/07)

(7’30, stereo, colour, DV)
with ensemble for strings: Ensemble Resonanz
musical part realized at the Elektronic Studio of the Technical University Berlin
Premièred and awarded at: 34. International Competition of Electroacoustic Music Bourges, France in June 2007 (2. Version)
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Electroacoustic audiovisual composition
__“Gras“ (2006)

(4’30, stereo, colour, DV)
with violoncello: Cordula Rohde
Première: Maison de l’Architecture Paris, Cité européenne des Récollets in December 2006
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Electroacoustic audiovisual composition
__“Desert“ , audiovisual monochromy (1. Version 2005/ 2. Version 2006)

(10 min, stereo /multi channel divided, colour, DV)
with violoncello: Cordula Rohde, viola: Charlotte Hug
realized at Elektronisches Studio der Technischen Universität Berlin
Première: ZKM Karlsruhe during the festival Next generation in June 2005
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Electroacoustic audiovisual composition
__“kraftbruch“ (Hitze/ „heat“) (2002)
3. part of the trilogy „Prägnanz-Streuung-Hitze“ (conciseness-scattering-heat)
(2000-2002)

(4’45 min, stereo, colour, DV)
Première: European Media Art Festival Osnabrück (EMAF) in April 2003
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Electroacoustic audiovisual composition
__“miniatur“ (Prägnanz)
1. part of the trilogy „Prägnanz-Streuung-Hitze“ (conciseness-scattering-heat)
(2000-2002)

(3'40 min, stereo, colour, DV)
Künstlerhaus Wien/ Austria in the exhibition „abstraction now“ in september 2003
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Electroacoustic audiovisual composition
__“blendung“ (Streuung)
2. part of the trilogy „Prägnanz-Streuung-Hitze“ (conciseness-scattering-heat)
(2000-2002)

(5'30 min, stereo, colour, DV)
Halluzinations phosphorescentes in Nancy/ France in May 2001
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Composition for prepared piano and video
__“Frontiera“ (1999-2000)

(4 min, stereo, colour, DV)
light, camera: Nicolai Albrecht
Participation in numerous film- and videofestivals as Bochum, Locarno, Heidelberg, Hamburg, Berlin
Museo cantonale d'arte Lugano 2000
Broadcasted first in the course of the VideoArt Festival Locarno 2000 in swiss television
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Stagemusic

stagemusic
__“Die traurige Geschichte von Friedrich dem Großen“
after Heinrich Mann
(10 vocalist-actors, soundimprovisations, piano), 90 min
Universität der Künste Berlin (UdK) /University of Arts Berlin
Director: Marianne Wendt
Première at Theaterdock Berlin in March.1999
Max-Taut-Award of Universität der Künste Berlin 2000


Filmmusic

Music to the film
__“Zufällig lebendig“

(electric guitar, bass, percussion, vocals)
SFB (RBB) Boom Town Berlin/ Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (dffb)
Director: Katrin Feistl
(Beta, colour, 30 min.)
Broadcasted first in 1999, Sender Freies Berlin (RBB)

Music to the film
__“Mindestens haltbar bis...“ (piano solo)

Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (dffb) /German Filmacademy Berlin
Director: Nicolai Albrecht
(Beta, colour, 36 min.)

1988

Music to the film
__“Nicht auf den Mund“

(piano solo)
Deutsche Film-und Fernsehakademie Berlin (dffb) /German Filmacademy Berlin
Director: Kathrin Feistl
(16mm, colour, 12 min.)
Première: Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin 1999
broadcasted first at 26.6.2000, Arte
Many awards, e.g. 1. Deutscher Kurzfilmpreis 1999

Documentation
__North/ South/ East/ West

a documentation of Christina Kubisch’s soundscape
at Biennial for Contemporary art Sharjah (UAE) 2007
(4 min, stereo, colour, DV)


Concertrecordings

2006
Concertrecording
__„Musik rund um den Fußball“, („Music around soccer“)

Live-Transmission of the Open-Air-concert
with Ingo Metzmacher, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin and Maxim Vengerov
at Brandenburger Tor Berlin while World Cup 2006
Shot in Multicameramode (7 Kameras)
Production: DSO Berlin, rostrot medien
Broadcasted first at 9.July 2006, Rundfunk Berlin Brandenburg

Concertfilms
__„Kent Nagano conducts classical Masterpieces“ (2005/06)

a series of concerts with Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Philharmonie Berlin
Production: DWTV, Bernhard Fleischer Moving Images, Unitel Classica
Shot in Multicameramode (7 cameras)
(HD, 6 Programs between 45 and 90 min)
Mozart Symphony No.41
Beethoven Symphony No.3
Schumann Symphony No.3
Brahms Symphony No.4
Bruckner Symphony No.8
Strauss, an Alpinesymphony

Première: Delphi Filmtheater Berlin in May 2006
Broadcasted in parts within the accompanying documentary series with the same title
in 2006 (26 min) and 2007 (52 min) (documentaries directed by Oliver Becker), Deutsche Welle TV.
Release of concertrecordings in full length on DVD in June 2007 (Arthaus)
Awards:
New York Film Festivals 2006, Certificate of Excellence
Hot Bird Award Venice 2006, Jury Special Award 2006
International Filmfestival WorldFest Houston 2007, Platinum Remi Award
WorldMedia Festival Hamburg 2007, intermedia globe Silver
International Filmfestival Tenerife 2007, Teide Award
Nomination for Prix Rose d’Or Award for the concertrecording of „an Alpinesymphony“ 2007

2005
Recording of the Opera
__„La Clemenza di Tito“ by W.A. Mozart

together with Thomas Grimm
at Opéra Garnier, Paris in May 2005
Conducter: Sylvain Cambreling, production: Ursel and Karl-Ernst Hermann, with Susan Graham, Catherine Naglestad, Christophe Pregardien, Orchestre et choeurs de l’Opéra national de Paris
Shot in Multicameramode (8 Kameras)
(Format HD, Length: 150min)
Production: LGM Paris, Opéra national de Paris
Release on DVD in 2006 (Opus Arte)

2004
Concertrecording
__„Haydn - String Quartets / The Lindsays“

together with Oliver Becker
7 stringquartets by Joseph Haydn,
recorded during Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival in Kuhmo/ Finland 2004
Shot in Multicameramode (4 cameras)
(HD, 7 programs à 30 min)
Production: RM Creative, LGM, France 3 (HD)
Release on DVD in 2004 (Opus Arte)
Broadcasted first in 2004, Bayerischer Rundfunk

__since November 2004
Director for the Recordings of all the newproductions of Komische Oper Berlin

alternating with Oliver Becker, as e.g.
Lady Macbeth von Mzensk,
Figaros Hochzeit,
Jewgeni Onegin
Production: rostrot Medien, Komische Oper Berlin.

2003
Concertrecording
__„La Bocca, i piedi, il suono“

together with Oliver Becker
A piece by Salvatore Sciarrino for 4 Saxophonsoloists and 150 Saxophonplayers in movement
Concertrecording in Musée d’Orsay Paris during the Festival d’Automne à Paris
Shot in Multicameramode (6 Kameras)
Production: LGM Paris (Length: 45 min)
Broadcasted first in 2004, France 3

__ 7 Concertrecordings during the Festival des musiques sacrées in Fès, Morocco

together with Oliver Becker:
Jackson Sisters (USA), Julia Migenes (USA), Sheikh Habboush et les Derviches tourneurs avec l’Ensemble Al Kindi (Syrien), Ensemble de femmes de Taroudant (Marokko), Farida & l’Ensemble Maqam (Irak), Les Maitres d‘Arménie (Armenien), Abdelhadi Belkhayat (Marokko)
Shot in Multicameramode (4 cameras)
Production: LGM, France 3
DVD Compilation released in 2006 (harmonia mundi)

2002
Concertrecording
__„Stringquartets 1, 8 & 15“ by Dimitri Schostakowitsch“

together with Oliver Becker
with Borodin Quartett
Concertrecording during the Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival in Kuhmo/ Finland 2002
Production: Bernhard Fleischer moving images, ZDF/ Arte, BR, France 3
Broadcasted first in 2004, Arte


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