Karlheinz Stockhausen helped develop purely electronic music as an art form, and it fascinated him and inspired him to experiment from the outset. His composition »Hymnen« (Anthems) from the mid-1960s follows this direction too: it’s a kind of musical collage that combines some 40 national anthems and enriches these with original electronic sounds. At the performance in the resonanzraum in St. Pauli, Kathinka Pasveer is responsible for the sound direction. She was a close confidante of Stockhausen’s and an interpreter of his work as long as he lived.
Kathinka Pasveer sound
Hymnen / Elektronische und Konkrete Musik
Promoter: HamburgMusik gGmbH
resonanzraum St. Pauli
Urban architecture and club culture unite in the former bomb shelter in the St. Pauli district.
Underground line U3: Feldstraße (approx. 1 min. by foot)
Buses M3, M6: Feldstraße
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An accessable entrance is situated on the right side of the building. Staff at the main entrance will be happy to assist you.