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We are @SOUNDFORM-symposium in Hamburg

ShareMusic participates in the international symposium SOUNDFORM – INSTRUMENTS FOR ALL which takes place in Hamburg, 20 March – Saturday 23 March 2019. There will be a live set by Parasonic and an interactive seminar held by ShareMusic’s CEO/Artistic Director. The event’s theme is accessible instruments, in order to raise awareness to music-makers, producers and educators in german-speaking countries and inspire them to engage with these innovative approaches.

March 21, 20:00 – 22:00: Concert with Parasonic
Parasonic is part of the Accessible Instruments on Stage concert night arranged by the Soundform symposium. They share the stage with Kris Halpin & MiMuGloves (GB), John Kelly & The KellyCaster (GB) and Wahibie/Guntelmann (GER). Parasonic is a duo consisting of the Swedish musicians Peter Larsson and Paul Bothén. They create music with electronic instruments and new playing techniques, which go far beyond the physical limits of the body.

March 22, 09:40 – 10:20: Seminar: How to Work with Inclusive Ensembles
ShareMusic has a long-standing experience of using technology to explore new artistic expressions and enabling artists and musicians with different abilities to create music and to perform. The seminar is held by ShareMusic’s CEO and Artistic Director Sophia Alexandersson and will focus on how people with different abilities can become artists, being able to compose and perform live. Insights from ShareMusic’s work with music technology is shared along with experiences and methods of working with inclusive ensembles.

Place: resonanzraum St. Pauli Bunker 1. OG, Feldstraße 66, 20359 Hamburg

The programme for Soundform is being developed by EUCREA together with barner 16 art collective, the Hamburger Konservatorium and the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg. It features workshops, lectures and presentations and brings together a number of actors in the german-speaking music world to carry out this area of work further.


We are @SOUNDFORM-symposium in Hamburg