In 2015 the renown film maker Doris Dörrie did ask Ulrike Haage to write the filmmusik for her latest film, the black-and- white drama “Grüsse aus Fukushima”.
A great recording space, good microphones, an amazing grand piano and a passionate team.
After the catastrophe of Fukushima a new term appears in the Japanese language:
The Moon Tapes is a choral composition
by Ulrike Haage, based on the Libretto by Stephan Krass.
Written for a 24-voice choir (SWR Vokalensemble),
two speakers, one spoken-word artist, grand piano and electronic playback.
As Artist-in-Residence 2013 at the Leuphana University Lüneburg Ulrike Haage is starting the project City Sound Vision; decryption_commentary_transformation.
Together with the drummer Eric Schaefer, Ulrike Haage is awarded a scholarship by the Goethe Institut for a three months stay at the Villa Kamogawa in Kyoto, Japan, in 2012.
The timeless fable Reineke Fuchs by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe re-imagined for children’s choir, ensemble (vibraphone, percussion, clarinet, piano & cello) and eight opera singers. Commissioned by the Opernwerkstatt am Rhein.