Korhan Erel will play seven concerts in Berlin, Hannover and Hamburg in February, including one with long-time collaborator Gunnar Lettow in the Stark Bewölkt series in Hamburg and one with another long-time collaborator Mark Alban Lotz in Berlin. Korhan and Antje Vowinckel will perform their political and satirical performance Privilegierte Partnerschaft at Spektrum in Berlin. Korhan will also follow-up on his concerts with Cymin Samawatie, this time in the Zuhören event by Sascha Waltz at Radialsystem.
The month will start with a great quartet at Donau115 with Eric Wong, Meinrad Kneer and Tom Arthurs, followed by a concert with Eberhard Meisel in Tonhalle Hannover. Korhan will also play a first-ever duo with violinist Elo Masing at Noiseberg in Kreuzberg. His concert with Mark Lotz will also feature Angelika Sheridan, Korhan’s musical partner at UnStumm, Irene Kepl, with whom Korhan played two concerts in Vienna, and finally Eric Wong.
February 3 / Eric Wong (elec. guitar), Tom Arthurs (trumpet), Meinrad Kneer (double bass), Korhan Erel (computer, controllers) at Donau115, Berlin, 20:00
February 7 / Eberhard Meisel (zither, electronics), Korhan Erel (computer, controllers) at Tonhalle Hannover, Hannover, 18:00
February 8 / Cymin Samawatie (voice), Korhan Erel (computer, iPad, controllers) in the Zuhören: Continu by Sascha Waltz and Friends at Radialsystem V, Berlin, 22:00
February 10 / Gunnar Lettow and Korhan Erel at the Stark Bewölkt series at Hörbar, Hamburg, 21:00
February 14 / Elo Masing (violin) and Korhan Erel (electronics, small speakers) at Noiseberg, Berlin, 18:00
February 18 / “Privilegierte Partnerschaft (Privileged Partnership)”: a project with Antje Vowinckel, as well as solos by both artists at Spektrum, Berlin, 20:00
February 21 / Angelika Sheridan (flutes), Mark Alban Lotz (flutes), Irene Kepl (violin), Eric Wong (elec. guitar), Korhan Erel (computer, controllers) at Miss Hecker, Berlin, 20:00