At a Concert in St. Matthäus Church on June 3, Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop would like to give an insight into the ensemble’s current musical work. The program will include excerpts from “String Quartet No. 5” by Gloria Coates, songs from “Book of Days” by Meredith Monk, the violin quartet by Felix Profos and “Aus aller Welt Stammende” by composer Zygmunt Krauze for 10 string players.
St. Matthäus Church is an event and exhibition venue in the Kulturforum between the Neue Nationalgallerie and the Berlin Philharmonic Hall, our concert will correspond with the work “Concentrated Form of Non-Material Energy” by artist Edith Dekyndt, in which she deals with vulnerability and resilience.
Founded in 2006 in Berlin, Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop has since its inception dedicated itself to the development of new forms of experimental music theater. With great openness, the ensemble creates new formats in collaboration with international artists from other genres and stages music in current contexts. In recent years, the focus of the ensemble’s work has shifted to an examination of the body. The members of the ensemble have developed from pure instrumentalists to musical performers and co-authors of these collaborative productions.
Kaleidoskop understands music theater as a place of encounter, community and as a place that has the power to imagine other futures.
Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop at St. Matthäus Church
St. Matthäus Kirche | Matthäikirchplatz in 10785 Berlin