Concerts in Berlin in May

Korhan Erel performing with Cyminology at Emmauskirche

Korhan Erel performing with Cyminology at Emmauskirche © Andre Symann/Sieben48

Korhan Erel will present some of his recent collaborations with Berlin-based improvisers in Spektrum and Officina Neukölln in May, as well as performing in a re-run of the Hide&Seek shows in the Jewish Museum. On May 30, he’ll be part of the immersive multi-disciplinary improv performance “The First Breath” at New West Berlin

On May 17, Korhan will perform one set with Lan Cao and Gregor Siedl, and one set with Sabine Vogel at Spektrum Berlin. Lan, Gregor and Korhan have been rehearsing on and off in the last two years. Sabine and Korhan have played together for the first time in 2017. The show will start at 20:00.  Click link for more information on Spektrum’s webpage.

On May 19, Korhan will play a set with reed player Edith Steyer. Edith and Korhan have been rehearsing in trio with drummer Adrian Krok for some time, and will present some of the results of this collaboration, alas without Adrian, who has other commitments. The show will be a part of the Raze Ramparts series curated by guitarist Julia Reidy.

The Hide&Seek shows will be on May 12-13-14 at the Jewish Museum. The 12th is already sold out, but there may be tickets left for the other two days.

On May 30, Korhan Erel will be part of a large ensemble of musicians based in Berlin and Brooklyn at New West Berlin for an immersive improv performance called “The First Breath”, conceptualized by Liz Kosack and Patrick Breiner. The cast of characters will be Patrick Breiner (tenor sax/clarinet), Jamie Agnello (performer/puppeteer), Liz Kosack (synth/ masks), Liz Allbee (trumpet), Korhan “Liz” Erel (electronics), Steve Heather (percussion), Dan Peter Sundland (electric bass), Yoshiko Klein (bass recorder), Julia Reidy (guitar), Brad Henkel (trumpet), Julian Elvira (subcontrabass flute)

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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