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Institut für angewandtes Halbwissen
Institut für angewandtes Halbwissen

Elbphilharmonie Hamburg Foyer Großer Saal
Sat, 6 Jan 2018   16:00

Winterreise – Vorstudie für ein nomadisches Leben / A Preliminary Study for a Nomadic Life

Institut für angewandtes Halbwissen

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With Schubert’s »Winterreise« in its ears and on its lips, the Hamburg-based »Institut für angewandtes Halbwissen« (Institute for Superficial Knowledge) continues its work on estrangement and friendship. The declared aim of this artists’ collective is to keep moving at all times. With Schubert’s romantic song cycle »Winterreise«, opera producer Benjamin van Bebber and performer Leo Hofmann drift through landscapes, hurling all manner of different volumes and tempi into the auditorium, until – somewhere between home and on the road – the boundaries between a settled and a nomadic existence get blurred. The characteristic title of their current programme is »Vorstudie für ein nomadisches Leben« (A Preliminary Study for a Nomadic Life).

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Performers

Institut für angewandtes Halbwissen

Benjamin van Bebber stage direction, performance

Leo Hofmann composition

Jan Burkhardt Choreografische Mitarbeit

Leonie Böhm Dramaturgische Mitarbeit

Programme

Winterreise – Studie für ein nomadisches Leben

Duration
approx. 30 min.

Promoter: HamburgMusik

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    Platz der Deutschen Einheit
    20457 Hamburg

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Elbphilharmonie Foyer © Iwan Baan

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