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Ale Möller , Mamadou Sene , Rafael Sida , Maria Stellas , Sebastian Dube , Magnus Stinnerbom
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diversity, history, identity, multi-culturalism, tradition
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Intercult

Ale Moller Band is an expression of a long time interest in ethnic music from various countries and cultures. It follows the practice of making untraditional combinations of traditional sounds and instruments from all over the world. The result is more than an enjoyable sound - it is a story told...

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Palamjav Childee , Ganbold Muukha , Ganzorig Nergui , Byambakhishig Lhagva
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ritual, shamanism, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Music (overtone-singing, throat-singing)
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House of World Cultures

In their concerts, dances and ritual performances the four-man ensemble Altai-Hangal, founded in 1995 by Palamjev Childee, presents the classical traditions of Kazakstan´s nomadic music. The ensemble separated in the year 2000. Some of the musicians went to Europe, others stayed in Mongolia.

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Crossroads:
Ritual, Schamanismus, Tradition
Genre (Subgenres):
Musik (Kehlkopfgesang, Obertongesang)

In ihren Konzerten, Tänzen und rituellen Darbietungen präsentiert das 1995 von Palamjav Childee gegründete vierköpfige Ensemble Altai-Hangal die klassischen Traditionen der nomadischen Musikkultur Kasachstans. Das Ensemble trennte sich im Jahr 2000. Einige der Musiker gingen...

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modernity, tradition
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Music (gagaku, new music)
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House of World Cultures

Kô Ishikawa plays the traditional Japanese mouth-organ, shô. Born in 1963 in Tokyo, he studied this more than 4000 years-old instrument and the traditional Japanese courtly music gagaku under the masters Mayumi Miyata, Hideaki Bunno and Sukeyasu Shiba. In 1987, he became a member of the...

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Crossroads:
Moderne, Tradition
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Musik (Gagaku, Neue Musik)

Kô Ishikawa ist professioneller Spieler der traditionellen japanischen Mundorgel Shô. Der 1963 in Tokio geborene Musiker studierte das mehr als 4000 Jahre alte Instrument und die traditionelle japanische Hofmusik Gagaku bei den Meistern Mayumi Miyata, Hideaki Bunno und Sukeyasu Shiba....

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ambivalence, boredom, conflict, emptiness, identity
genre (subgenre):
Music (improvisation)
Performing Arts (dance / choreography, theatre)
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DCCD

As a dancer, poet and musician Akemi Takeya creates original art pieces. Akemi Takeya is a poetic dancer and performer, who constantly crosses frontiers between the real and the artistic world. For 10 years she has combined Japanese aesthetics with European performance art in an artificial...

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Music (classical Chinese music, jazz, Minimal Music, new music)
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Born in 1970 in the Chinese province Jiangsu, Wu Wei has been living since 1995 in Berlin. After studying the Chinese mouth-organ sheng at the famous music conservatory of Shanghai as a master-pupil, he was awarded a DAAD grant in 1995 to study in Berlin at the music college Hans Eisler. Since then...

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Musik (Jazz, Minimal Music, Neue Musik, traditionelle chinesische Musik)

Der 1970 in der chinesischen Provinz Jiangsu geborene Wu Wei lebt seit 1995 in Berlin. Nach einem Meisterschüler-Studium auf der chinesischen Mundorgel Sheng am renommierten Musik-Konservatorium von Shanghai und ersten Erfolgen als Solist des Orchesters für klassische Musik Shanghai...

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