Following to the broadcasting of „Nacht“: the making of the music on DLF Kultur, by Michael Langer.
Landstück, the latest movie by Volker Koepp is featured on RBB, with music written for baroque violin & grand piano. Wundernetz rehearsals are starting! Yee-haw!
The micro opera ‚Wundernetz‘ is taking shape. Our radio play ‚Nacht’ was awarded HdM! Yee-Haw!
„Night“ will be digitally released on August 11. Solo piano concert on Fehmarn!
Dian Zagorchinov created an attractive video of our e/a concert at the Volksbühne in Berlin. And recording with Mehmet Polat, oud.
Our radio play adaption of Virginia Woolf’s „To the Lighthouse“ will be published on June 19. Guest lecture at Filmhochschule Babelsberg.
May brings solo piano concerts and exclusive short cuts of the concert premiere of Ulrike Haage & Christian Meyer.
This month I am off to Puglia to work in solitude on the micro-opera „Wundernetz“ [see projects].
Dear friends in Iceland and visitors of the Stockfish Filmfestival in Reykjavík, be warmly invited to attend my concert in the Green room on 1 march.
February brings the first concert of the Duo Haage/Meyer in the Roter Salon, Berlin Volksbühne.
I wish you all a healthy, thought- and peaceful year of the red rooster, a noble and colorful sign of the chinese Zodiac!
December brings a new collabroation of two old friends. The piano jazz poet Ulrike Haage and the electronic musician Christian Meyer form the duo CILS (French for eyelashes).
Enjoy some Snapshots from a wonderful concert in the Halle 424 in Hamburg.
From Kyoto to Tokyo and Fukushima. “Grüsse aus Fukushima” premiers in Tokyo.
My journey to Japan starts with the mountain monasteries of Koyasan …
Big (and back) in Japan: The film “Fukushima mon amour” premiers in Kyoto and Tokyo. My october concert tour brings me back to Kyoto and Tokyo.
This September I develop the concept for a micro-opera, which will have its premiere in the Museum of Naturkunde, Berlin in 2018. Check it out under projects, if you are curious. On 27 September I have the honor to play extracts from our Kyoto sound diaries during an event of the Goethe Institute in the interesting venue Silent Green, Berlin.
Natural history museums have always been places where artists were intensively involved in the study of nature. Alongside travelling researchers, artists have contributed to recording and depicting the history of life on Earth. In line with this tradition, the German Federal Cultural Foundation and the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin have embarked on a joint model project which invites international artists to develop interventions from 2014 to 2018 in one of the most renowned natural history museums in Europe.