For me it is always about discourse, transformation and reflection. My first two albums – TAG and NACHT – were put into the hands of talented musicians to work their magic. Now the pieces on STROM and STRÖME will be given their extraordinary siblings.
16 JULY 2020
ERFURT (DE) – Kontor
29 JULY 2020
COLOGNE (DE) – Summer Stage im Kölner Jugendpark (Headphone Concert)
30 JULY 2020
DARMSTADT (DE) – Centralstation
02 AUGUST 2020
ERLANGEN (DE) – Kulturinsel Wöhrmühle (Open Air)
22 AUGUST 2020
HAMBURG (DE) – Knust | Lattenplatz (Open Air)
10 SEPTEMBER 2020
JENA (DE) – Friedenskirche
11 SEPTEMBER 2020
ZEITZ (DE) – Franziskanerkloster
12 SEPTEMBER 2020
COLOGNE (DE) – Ambient Festival
24 OCTOBER 2020
SAALFELD (DE) – 35. Saalfelder Jazztage
14 NOVEMBER 2020
BAMBERG (DE) – Irmler-Saal
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I decided for an improvised session caught on video at home in my apartment because this is the place where, between travels and concerts, all thoughts and memories flow together and want to be put in order. In contrasting unity of Day and Night ideas from my past as well as my album “Ströme” that was recorded in this exact space are put into context once again. All of the instruments are recorded live and layered anew in the loop station; the voices of the Gewandhaus choir are disected, sampled and discussed in a new way by means of electronic reproduction. The resulting pieces stay modular and a work in progress as well. This piece is inspired by AMSOMB & KSYCHA from my latest album „Ströme“.
My friend and videographer Patrick Richter has been accompanying me with his camera for several years now. The result is an extraordinary multi-part documentary about the roots of my music.
«Beyond Stage» is a long-term documentary project by my friend and photographer Peter Runkewitz about me and the life behind the scenes, which began in early 2013.