Movie-Livescore, Mathis Mayr + Gebrüder Teichmann

Gebrüder Teichmann präsentiert ... BLOOD OF A POET

Mathis Mayr - Cello (Ensemble Mosaik)


Gebrüder Teichmann - Live-Electronic and Processing (NOLAND)


Mathis Mayr, born 1972, has been a member of the ensemble mosaik since 2008. He studied cello with Uzi Wiesel in Sydney/Australia and at the Hochschule für Musik in Munich. In 2005 Mathis Mayr was awarded the Munich City Prize for Music. His musical interests and repertoire include works ranging from Renaissance and folk music to contemporary compositions, from jazz to flamenco. He played improvisation concerts with Sebastiano Tramontana, Gunnar Geisse and Christoph Reiserer, dance theatre projects with Monica Gomis and Mikel Aristegui, as soloist cello concertos by Schumann and Dvo?ák, as well as numerous world premieres of contemporary compositions. He performed with Carl Oesterhelt at the music theatre productions Die Perer und Konzert zur Revolution der Münchner Kammerspiele and Westwärts at the Ruhrtriennale 2008. Other areas of interest include experimental electronic music, historical performance practice and micro-tonal music. Together with flutist David Eschmann, he founded the duo Canto dei Sass, which is dedicated to the traditional songs of the Alps and the Mediterranean. He has performed with the Sachiko Hara Quintet at the Festival Jazz Lines in Munich and with the Chinese singer Gong Linna at numerous world music festivals. With a number of other ensembles (ensemble pianopossibile), but most recently with the ensemble mosaik, he has appeared at many of the most important international festivals for contemporary music and has participated in numerous radio recordings and CD productions.

The brothers Andi and Hannes Teichmann as musicians, DJs, label makers and cultural activists have been an integral part of Berlin's techno underground since the late 1990s. During this period, they have also experienced Berlin's transition from a subcultural oasis to a global brand. But they have never been interested in the commercial aspect of club culture:
The sons of a multi-instrumentalist influenced the DIY culture of the early scene with their constant search for diversity and the playful desire for improvisation and transformation. Instead of getting comfortable in the hype around Berlin and techno, the two DJs and live electronic musicians have always sought the connections to other cultures and music. Through collaborations with Neue Musik, such as Ensemble Modern, through collaboration with musicians of different traditions in many African and Asian countries or intergenerational collaboration, such as with Christian Burchard (Embryo), Joachim Irmler (Faust) or their father Uli Teichmann.
In addition to music, as project initiators and organizers with the Goethe Institute, they developed the much-noted Africa Europe projects Berlin - Nairobi BLNRB and the follow-up project TEN CITIES, which brought together ten African and European projects. The Soundcamp format in cooperation with the Goethe Institute has so far taken place in Sri Lanka, Mexico and Pakistan. In the course of the soundcamps the electronic ensembles Karachi Files and Moon Machine were founded. They have given workshops, concerts and projects in over 60 countries, which are rarely to be found on current tour schedules: (e.g. Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Honduras or Angola).
Their label NOLAND, founded in 2015, bundles this path of the last 10 years from the underground to the interground.


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