Posts Tagged: Kaja Draksler

ENA ENA

ENA ENA is a hallucinatory, dreamlike recreation of a Greek nightclub from the 1980s. Several classics from the Greek klarina (clarinet) tradition can be heard in a microtonal amalgam. Waiters watch over singers. Nothing is what it seems.

ENA ENA

ENA ENA is a hallucinatory, dreamlike recreation of a Greek nightclub from the 1980s. Several classics from the Greek klarina (clarinet) tradition can be heard in a microtonal amalgam. Waiters watch over singers. Nothing is what it seems.

I/Orgel

I/Orgel is an I/O project that was developed in the Orgelpark throughout the season 2015/16. Kaja Draksler, George Dumitriu, Roelof Pothuis and myself were researching and exploring everything around the organ, together with experts of that instrument and the audience. I/O designed a series

I/Orgel

I/Orgel is an I/O project that was developed in the Orgelpark throughout the season 2015/16. Kaja Draksler, George Dumitriu, Roelof Pothuis and myself were researching and exploring everything around the organ, together with experts of that instrument and the audience. I/O designed a series

An evening of Today

Working with an inspiring team of young makers, I am taking part in the annual project “An evening of today”, hosted by the Nieuw Ensemble. Among pieces by six other composers, we are presenting I/O; a music-theatre production that brings together

An evening of Today

Working with an inspiring team of young makers, I am taking part in the annual project “An evening of today”, hosted by the Nieuw Ensemble. Among pieces by six other composers, we are presenting I/O; a music-theatre production that brings together