So, 16.06.2024, 20:00 Uhr

blurred edges – Musikong Bumbong

Musikong Bumbong

Charlotte Simon, Michael Barthel, Joee Mejias (Manila), Pette Shabu (Quezon City), Tintin Patrone "Musikong Bumbong", rooted in the Filipino revolutionary society Kataa- staasang, blends traditional and experimental music. Reviving Katipunan- era marching bands with handmade bamboo instruments, five composers from the Philippines and Germany will create protest songs using bamboo instruments. Charlotte Simon, co-founder of "MMODEMM" label, known for "Les Trucs" band. Her works include operas, radio plays and theater music. Michael Barthel, explores themes of protection and home. Uses voice as the exclusive instrument in electro-acoustic and experimental music. Joee Mejias, Manila-based musician and multimedia artist, co-producer of "WSK" Festival, and co-founder of "HERESY". Blends field recordings, tradi- tional instruments, electronics, and voice. Pette Shabu, Quezon City's trans rapper and DJ. Known for experimental hip-hop, incorporates Filipino electronic dance genre "Budots" in recent single "BINGO!" Tintin Patrone, German-Filipino sound artist, founder of "Krachkisten Orchestra", explores music, art, and experimental gesture. Creates temporary communities and delves into artificial life forms. Composers will craft protest songs for 15 performers. This project bridges histo- rical and contemporary expressions, fostering cross-cultural collaborations. Gefördert durch Musikfonds e.V. und Behörde für Kultur und Medien Hamburg

Eintritt: 10.-
Ort: Hochschule für Musik und Theater | Harvestehuder Weg 12 (Eingang: Milchstraße)