Between March and October 2016 the following projects are planned to take place in the LAB. We hereby warmly invite you to join in on them!

All the projects take place
at the Landesbildungszentrum Hannover
Bleekstr. 22 Haus T/Aula.

You are warmly invited to take part, both actively or just to watch. However, due to limited seating space, we kindly ask you to give a short notice if you are interested in popping by! Contact: lab.of.music@gmail.com

NEW DATE
22nd June from 18:00
at Bleekstr. 22, Haus T

Musik + Tanz, what moves us?

Dialogue between dancing and music. Dancer Lena Visser and violinist Kana Sugimura seek to re-explore this ancient marriage of music and movement. Where does the power lie that keeps this tight bond? What is it and how is it born? You are invited to interact and join in on the conversation – act as a catalyst! Your opinions during discussion time will influence the outcome during the actual experimentation.

Apr 19th and 20th
15:00 – 18:00

Workshop Historische Bögen

What are clip-in frogs? and hammerheads? and what did the transformation of bows have to do with the French Revolution? With Geigenbauer Hans Salger and Barock violinist Anne Röhrig we discuss the different designs of the bow throughout its development into the modern bow and offer the possibility to try them out. Open to violinists, violists and cellists. Max. participants 12. This project functions as a studying and preparation phase for a concert which will be organized in May 2016.

May 6th and 7th
15:00 – 18:00

Musik + Video

What are clip-in frogs? and hammerheads? and what did the transformation of bows have to do with the French Revolution? With Geigenbauer Hans Salger and Barock violinist Anne Röhrig we discuss the different designs of the bow throughout its development into the modern bow and offer the possibility to try them out. Open to violinists, violists and cellists. Max. participants 12. This project functions as a studying and preparation phase for a concert which will be organized in May 2016.

NEW DATE
2nd of July from 15:00
at Bleekstr. 22, Haus T

Musik + Kunst

Automatic drawing was a technique practiced by surrealist artists to unleash the creativity of the unconscious. The Flex Ensemble invites you to unleash your genius on paper using this drawing technique; chamber music work inspired by surrealist paintings by Joan Miro will be accompanying your experience. If you can hold a pen, you can draw! Just bring yourself along!

Oct 7th and 8th
15:00 – 18:00

Musik + Dunkelheit

Vision is no doubt the most powerful sense that influences our way of life. What happens when we break down the visual border between audience and performer? Can darkness work on us like silence? How dependant are we on vision when we listen? Can music help our orientation when we are not used to being in the dark?