Installation „That’s a God-forsaken place; But it’s beautiful, isn’t it?“ von Olaf Nicolai im Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, 2018 (photo: Sebastian Stadler, courtesy Galerie EIGEN + ARTLeipzig/Berlin / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022)

Musikfest Berlin

Mysterious musical instruments over 2,000 years old discovered in the mausoleum of a Chinese margrave provide the starting point for Liza Lim’s “Machine for Contacting the Dead”, which is presented by Enno Poppe with Ensemblekollektiv Berlin. An exploration that is preceded by works from Iannis Xenakis and Clara Iannotta.

Ensemblekollektiv

Enno Poppe conductor

Clara Iannotta

a stir among the stars, a making way for large ensemble (Premiere of the new version)

Iannis Xenakis

Jalons for ensemble

Liza Lim

Machine for Contacting the Dead for 27 musicians (German Premiere)

Dates and Tickets

sales information

Sun 11 Sep 2022, 17:00

Chamber Music Hall | Introduction: 15:00

Online Sale

Promoter/Booking

Berliner Festspiele

Schaperstraße 24

Phone: +49 (30) 254 89 100

Contact via email

Visit website

Installation „That’s a God-forsaken place; But it’s beautiful, isn’t it?“ von Olaf Nicolai im Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, 2018 (photo: Sebastian Stadler, courtesy Galerie EIGEN + ARTLeipzig/Berlin / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022)