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Sleepless nights – Wandering shadows

Concert, Performance: 

Wed 20 Mar 24, 7 pm

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every now and again

Artists talk, Finissage, Performance:

Sat 31 Aug 2024, 7 pm

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Der Bitch-up Blog

Reading:

Wed 28 Aug 2024, 7 pm

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every now and again

Exhibition tour:

Thu 8 Aug 2024, 7 pm

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every now and again

Curators tour:

Wed 17 Jul 2024, 7 pm

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Aus der Zeit

Performance:

Sat 13 Jul 2024, 2–7 pm

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From politics to physics

Performance:

29 Jun – 4 Jul 2024 (daily)

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itinerant interlude #99

Concert, Curators tour:

Fri 7 Jun 2024, from 7 pm

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approaching world

Curators tour:

Thu 23 May 2024, 7 pm

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approaching world

Artists talk:

Thu 25 Apr 2024, 7 pm

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Sleepless nights – Wandering shadows

Concert, Performance:

Wed 20 Mar 24, 7 pm

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v01ces

Curators tour, Finissage, Performance:

Fri 12 Jan 2024, 6 pm

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by Margarete Huber (vocals, composition, visuals)

In Sleepless nights – Wandering shadows, singer and composer Margarete Huber embarks on a vocal journey through a wide variety of musical worlds. Like a dream, fragments ranging from baroque to experimental appear, which lose their contextuality when interwoven and give rise to free-floating, shimmering new music. Margarete Huber explores the de-contextualisation of seemingly familiar parameters in both her vocal and compositional work. Semantic shifts, illusion and transformation are central to her work. She is equally interested in acoustic and visual processes. In addition, the examination of time and the subjectivity of her experience, as well as the dramatic pull of music are always of particular importance.

Margarete Huber is a singer and composer living in Berlin. Her repertoire as a singer ranges from baroque operas to premieres of new music and improvisation. As a composer, she writes works for opera, music theatre, concerts and installations, and also incorporates visuals. She is internationally active in both professions and has won numerous prizes and scholarships. (www.margaretehuber.wordpress.com)

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