Video on demand from 20 Mar 2020
available until 13 Mar 2023

»Next stop: Lunar Plexus«

A children's concert (ages 8+) featuring Felix Kubin, Mark Boombastik and the Ensemble Resonanz

Felix Kubin, Mark Boombastik and Ensemble Resonanz are on an intergalactic mission: they are collecting sounds for the Plexifon, a cosmic music machine. Guided by their spaceship's slightly confused computer Tipsy, they fly through the cosmos to planets made of water, parallel worlds and aggressive boulders. Hopefully Tipsy doesn't miss the right exit…

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Performers

Felix Kubin concept, composition, live electronics
Mark Boombastik beatboxing, live sampling
Ensemble Resonanz
David-Maria Gramse violin
Tom Glöckner violin
David Schlage viola
Saskia Ogilvie violoncello
Naama Freedman performance
Bela Brillowska Tipsy’s voice
Alessandra Leone visuals
Annette ter Meulen lighting and stage design
Michael Göster stage design
Andreas Kunz stage design
Gloria Brillowska costume design
Cläre Caspar costume design
Elisa Erkelenz concept
Max Knoth arrangements
Maj-Lene Tylkowski assistant director
Mark Schröppel stage direction

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