Modular Synthesizer Ensemble


The result of a 4-hour workshop with students from a Berlin school will be presented. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. they will patch, experiment, improvise and work on a composition together.

The MODULAR SYNTHESIZER ENSEMBLE shows impressively that it is also possible to make music together with 12 modular synthesizers. The project enables immediate and intuitive access to electronic music even without any previous knowledge and is therefore open to everyone.

The project format was developed by Gammon, in cooperation with two Viennese schools, before it was presented for the first time during Superbooth 2017. "The essential thing for me is the shared musical process and the sensual experience in the group. From the first cable connection to the live performance without any previous knowledge. But even for the experienced, it is an exciting challenge to play together in a larger group." says Gammon.

A certain Mr Schneider says: "It is the only and at the same time the best way to stretch the patience of completely unknowing young people from the first contact to the collective performance. The collective result and satisfied faces prove the idea right."

More information about the participants of this days project to follow soon. Unfortunately, the workshop is not open to visitors. All the more reason for us to look forward to the pupils' final live performance at 13:30 in the Auditorium.

The Modular Synthesizer Ensemble project is supported by the Miller-Zillmer Foundation. The Miller-Zillmer Foundation supports people regardless of their social and national background and promotes projects that are sustainable, that empower and create education, while adding value to the broader community. Driven by a cultural led philosophy delivering interesting visions.

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