Bergama Stereo performance program: Contagious [De-Constructed]

Hamburger Bahnhof
Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin


contagious, Photo: Steinhaeuser


Monday, 27 January 2020, 8 p.m.

Contagious [De-Constructed]
Three-part concert evening: Duo, Solo, Trio

Inside piano, electronics: Andrea Neumann
Trumpet, electronics: Sabine Ercklentz
Turntables, electronics: Mieko Suzuki

Founded by Andrea Neumann and Sabine Ercklentz, two innovative voices from the Berlin improvisation scene, and Mieko Suzuki, experimental DJ and musician operating in Berlin, the contagious trio explores the intersections between club-oriented, danceable music on the one hand and ‘autonomous’ experimental music on the other, opening up new aesthetic spaces through mutual ‘contagion’. The musicians raid each other’s musical realms and exchange roles. Within fragile sound textures, pulses grow audible. Grooves disintegrate into fragments of sound, which coalesce into a trancelike flow. Morphine Records released CONTAGIOUS, their first album, in November, 2019.

The concert begins with “drehwurm”, a duo set that finds Ercklentz and Neumann roaming the territory of Minimal Techno. In the following solo set by Mieko Suzuki, the live recording of “drehwurm”gets reinterpreted and remixed through the unique lens of the experimental DJ.

Admission: 14 €, concession 10 €
Tickets available only at the box office,
doors open 1 hour before the start of the event.

In cooperation with CTM Festival 2020.


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