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speicher IV
august 21 & 22 2020 *
festival for site-specific music
Jan Jelinek & Sven-Åke Johansson • Ingrid Schmoliner & Elena Kakaliagou • Andrew Pekler • Limpe Fuchs

* please note the Covid-19 information below
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Speicher is a festival for site-specific music in the big water reservoir of Berlin-Pankow, curated by bohemian drips since 2017. The fourth issue features four concerts over two days, developed exclusively for the long-lasting reverberation of the space itself: With up to 18 seconds of reverb and eerie echo-effects the pieces will be guided by a similar conceptual approach that incorporates the interaction between music and architecture. The audience of Speicher IV will witness four different compositional angles within the sonic scenery of the reservoir, featuring both acoustic and electronic concerts. Visitors are invited to roam the spiraling corridors of the reservoirs to fully immerse themselves in the visually accented performances.

Please note the Covid-19 information below.

× programme

_ friday 21 *
__8pm *

Andrew Pekler
• amami remote visitation | electronic/audiovisual
± web: http://andrewpekler.com/phantom-islands

__9pm *

Ingrid Schmoliner & Elena Kakaliagou
• prepared grand piano, voice, horn | acoustic
± web: https://ingridschmoliner.klingt.org/releases/nabelose
± web: https://elenakakaliagou.com

_ saturday 21 *
__8pm *

Limpe Fuchs
• pendulums, self build instruments | acoustic
± web: http://limpefuchs.de

__9pm *

Jan Jelinek & Sven-Åke Johansson
• piece for seven dictaphones & one cymbal | electroacoustic
± web: https://faitiche.de/products/puls-plus-puls
± web: http://sven-akejohansson.com

× important | Covid-19

* Subject to change. Currently (June 24 2020) the festival is scheduled as an event with physical audience in strict accordance with the Covid-19 guidelines effective by that time. Updates, concept and more details such as ticketing will be published on www.bohemiandrips.de and on the bohemian drips social media channels.

× address

Großer Wasserspeicher, Prenzlauer Berg
access via Belforter Str., 10405 Berlin
maps: bit.ly/speicher_location

× information on price, details, realization soon
× newsletter signup via: www.bohemiandrips.de
× funded by Musicboard Berlin & Bezirksamt Pankow von Berlin: Amt für Weiterbildung und Kultur, FB Kunst und Kultur
× supported by Förderband e. V.
× questions? write us: info@bohemiandrips.de

× idea and curation: Alexander Meurer & Fillipp Vingerhoets


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