Carolina Eyck
Carolina Eyck
© Christian Hüller

Carolina Eyck
Carolina Eyck
© Ananda Costa

Bauhaus Dessau
Bauhaus Dessau
© Knelber, Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau

Programme 2019


Friday, 15.03.2019

10 p.m., Concert in the
Bauhaus Dessau

A luminous play of sound
Part four of the series “Hearing anew through seeing”

Theremin: Carolina Eyck
Lighting design: Egbert Mittelstädt

The theremin was invented in the 1920s, a time when various engineers and musicians experimented with using electricity to produce sound. The instrument, featuring two antennas bathed in electromagnetic fields, produces tones that are controlled by hand movements in the air. There are only a few musicians worldwide who play the theremin on a professional basis.

The renowned ECHO prizewinner Carolina Eyck is widely regarded as an outstanding virtuoso on this unusual instrument. Together with lighting designer Egbert Mittelstädt, she will interweave space, sound, tones and moods, conjuring up an unknown and unfamiliar soundscape for audience members.

Part one of the series “Hearing anew through seeing” 02.03.2019 - V06Part two of the series “Hearing anew through seeing” 08.03.2019 - V20 Part three of the series “Hearing anew through seeing” 09.03.2019 - V25 Part four of the series “Hearing anew through seeing” 15.03.2019 - V37

  regular reduced
Cat. 1 22 € 18 €
U27-Ticket 9 €
Combined Ticket
€ 34 (reduced € 26)

These ticket is for two Parts of the series "Hearing anew through seeing"


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