Immersives Raumklang-Konzert mit elektronisch erweitertem Orchester im ausgeräumten dunklen Saal
Konzerthausorchester Berlin Vocalconsort Berlin Shiva Feshareki Sound
Shiva Feshareki „Aetherworld: Josquin, Mirrored.“ (2021) für Live-Plattenspielermanipulation, immersive Elektronik, Orgel und Chor Josquin Desprez „Qui habitat in adiutorio altissimi“ - Motette für 24-stimmigen Chor Daphne Oram „Still Point“ (1948/49) für Doppelorchester, behandelte Instrumentalaufnahmen, fünf Mikrophone, Echo und Tonregler

The orchestral concert as the silent center of a turbulent world: In Daphne Oram's visionary work “Still Point” from 1948, which was lost until 2016, the sound of an orchestra is processed electronically live for the first time. It is based on the then 23-year-old's experiences as a radio technician under the glass dome of London's Royal Albert Hall during the bombing raids of the Second World War. It is thanks to the young British-Persian composer and DJ Shiva Feshareki that Oram's work was premiered. On this evening, the Konzerthausorchester conducted by Ilan Volkov overrides our sense of space and time. Together with composer and DJ Shiva Feshareki and the Vocalconsort Berlin, the musicians overcome the acoustic limits of their instruments and illuminate the Great Hall of the Konzerthaus with new sounds. With overtone singing, organ improvisation, double orchestra, treated instrumental recordings and live electronics.

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