MUSIK THEATER POSITIONEN | Day 1

Online-Symposium with Theater der Zeit and POSITIONEN, Münchener Biennale and HfM Dresden

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Saturday 24. April 2021

13:00 // Welcome
Wolfram Sander, Saskia Ottis, Moritz Lobeck, Michael Lotz (Team TONLAGEN)
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13:05 // Solidarity Practices: Voices from Belarus
Keynote lecture by Christine Fischer (Director ECLAT, Intendant Music of the Centuries)
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14:00 // Stretching Structures
Dr. Christian Esch (Director NRW KULTURsekretariat)
Sarah Israel (freelance dramaturge)
Dr. Sebastian Brünger (KSB Fund Doppelpass)
Veronica Kaup-Hasler (Vienna City Councilor for Culture and Science)
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15:00 – 15:30 Break

15:30 // Point of NEW return – Once to be realised
Manos Tsangaris (Director Munich Biennale)
Robyn Schulkowksy (Musician a.o. in the context of TONLAGEN #pause)
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16:00 // Point of NEW return – SUBNORMAL europe meets the PARANORMAL ϕeer group
Óscar Escudero & Belenish Moreno-Gil (direction/dramaturgy/composition a.o. in the framework of TONLAGEN #pause)
Ole Hübner (composer, curator)
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17:00 // Opera or Operation?  
Aino Laberenz (Managing Director Operndorf Afrika, stage and costume designer)
Zonatan Dembele (Musician)
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17:30 // Before sunset with …
Susanne Kennedy (director)
Brigitta Muntendorf (composer)
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The event will take place here via Zoom.
It will also be livestreamed via YouTube. The link will follow here shortly.

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