Palais Wittgenstein presents a fine double bill of live cello from Anne Müller whos new album Heliopause just came out on Erased Tapes and violin from Bodi Bill’s Alex Stolze.
Berlin based cellist and composer Anne Müller, announces the release of her long awaited debut solo album Heliopause, on November 22. Heliopause follows several Erased Tapes releases featuring Anne, including her celebrated collaboration with Nils Frahm titled 7fingers, appearances on Ólafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm’s Collaborative Works, Nils Frahm’s All Melody and his acclaimed soundtrack for the film Victoria, Lubomyr Melnyk’s Fallen Trees, as well as the two bespoke solo pieces Walzer für Robert and Bel Tono for the label’s 5th and 10th anniversary box sets. In fact, a glance at Müller’s Discogs boasts credits on over 60 releases since she began recording in 2007.
Violinist, producer and songwriter Alex Stolze has generated a well-deserved reputation, both as composer and collaborator, for his unique blending of different musical worlds. Shifting seamlessly between stark modern classical works, fiercely intelligent electronica and off-kilter indie pop, he manages to craft his own consistent sound throughout. Middle-Eastern scales create a beguiling tonal landscape, complex polyrhythms and unusual time signatures are turned into addictive, danceable beats, while analogue synthesisers, minimal piano and his bespoke 5-string violin combine to create a uniquely textured sound- world.
Anne Müller and Alex Stolze LIVE
11th and 13th January 2020 | Doors 19:00 CET | Starts 20:00 CET
Roter Salon | Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz | 10178 Berlin
Photo credit: Andrea Huyoff