Female Voice of Iran, schimmernd in March

Korhan Erel will play some very exciting concerts in Berlin and various towns in Switzerland in two projects.

The first series of concerts will be in the framework of “Female Voice of Iran” festival which is organized by Zeitgenössische Oper Berlin. The festival will take place on March 16-19. The main venue for concerts is Villa Elisabeth, with other concerts taking place at the Berlin Philharmonic and Galerie Kremers. Korhan Erel will be playing three concerts in the festival. The first one will be a lunch concert at the Berlin Philharmonic on March 14 with an amazing lineup of Iranian and German musicians: Martin Stegner (viola), Haleh Seyfiyadeh (vocals), Cymin Samawatie(vocals), Yalda Yazdani (tar), Sasan Samadi (kamancheh), Reza Zalpour (ney), Mahan Mirarab (guitar), Ralf Schwarz (double bass), and Faride Sarangi (tombak). The second and third concerts will be on March 19 at Villa Elisabeth: a matinee concert of improvised music at 11:00 and with the Female Voice of Iran Orchestra at 19:00.

“schimmernd” is a dance-music project that was initiated in 2015 in Switzerland by Angela Stöcklin (dance), Jan Schacher (double bass, electronics) and Beat Unternährer (trombone), and two participants from Berlin, Akemi Nagao (dance) and Korhan Erel (electronics). The ensemble performed two shows in Switzerland and then took a long hiatus, only to return with a five-concert strong tour in Switzerland in March 2017 with the following dates:

March 25 / Plattform – wir bieten Raum, Gotthelfstrasse 29, 3013 Bern
March 26 / Probebühne Zirkus Chnopf, Flurstrasse 85, Zürich
March 27 / Atelier der ORT (AKKU), Emmenbrücke/Luzern
March 28 / FIM Basel , Alte Rumfabrik, Güterstrasse 145, Basel
March 29 / with guest Ségiu Voser (cello and voice) at WIM, Gewürzmühle, Zug




About Korhan Erel

Korhan Erel is an electronic musician, improviser and sound designer based in Berlin. Their music covers free improvisation, conceptual sound performances as well as structured and composed pieces as well as music for dance, theater and video art. They perform solo, duo and group performances with improvisers, jazz musicians, dancers, and in orchestras. They have shown several sound installations in art spaces in Turkey, Germany and Hong Kong. They have ten CD and several digital releases. They play concerts across Europe, Middle- East, Southeast Asia and North America
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