Piece Three

Augmented Concert

Piece Three

Augmented Concert

PIECE THREE has been written originally for the "Listening to Climate Change" concert. For the third piece of the concert we tried a spatialisation technique for orchestra and audience for the first time, in which we turned the cellphones of the audience into individual speakers. Based on where they were seated, the audience was assigned one of the 12 individual voices of the composition and became an integral part of the piece.

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A collaboration between Landesmusikrat Berlin and kling klang klong. OUR ROLE Creative Direction, Concept, Composition, Sound Design, Programming, Mixing // Orchestra: Landesjugend Orchester Berlin / Conducter: Lancelot Fuhry

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The original concert


In LISTENING TO CLIMATE CHANGE the Youth Orchestra Berlin performed a concert to raise awareness for a more ecological tomorrow. The repertoire included five classical pieces written between 1737 and 2008 with five pieces written and produced by us. Through the mixed concert program a timeline emerged where our compositions musically represented climate change.

We were very impressed by the potential of the approach not only because it was a fun way to involve the audience but also made use of the whole spatial capacity of the concert hall. In collaboration with Landesmusikrat Berlin we experimented with the implementation of new technologies into our compositional method and concert setting. 300 years of classical music met our pieces based on climate data at the Konzerthaus Berlin in November.

Impressions of the concert LISTENING TO CLIMATE CHANGE