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throat singing & overtone singing

Towards electronic minimal improvisation: rhythmic patterns

by Gisbert Schürig When I started working on collective minimal improvisation with Jennie Zimmermann and a group of musicians and dancers, my personal goals were very much inspired by rhythmic music. I was and still am fascinated by polyphonic pygmy singing. To get an idea, have a look at this video I recorded at a    […]

RAUS!!! Body | Voice | Dance

RAUSFLYER (Flyer deutsch) Deutschsprachige Infos: RAUS!!! We Phyla people are very happy to collaborate with Jo Bruhn and Armin and Alexandra Sommer of Steigemühle: RAUS!!! is a series of workshops and a contact improvisation festival. ​RAUS!!! means OUT!!! – out of the everyday, out of town, into an inspiring workshop or a cosy festival. Together    […]

Resonor installation: mysterious throatsinging resonances

by Gisbert Schürig I´m happy to have been part of the Resonor installation by Katharina Bévand at Großer Wasserspeicher Berlin, contributing throat singing & overtone singing. Katharina placed speakers playing recordings of my singing inside those metal tubes, together with the ambience of the space this arrangement resulted in a rich, deep and mysterious soundscape.    […]