Pantha Du Prince plays Conference Of Trees

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»The Conference Of Trees«
- unheard manifolds in the sound of space -
An audiovisual composition for modified acoustic bodies of sound, instruments and electronics.
Inspired by texts by Georg Friedrich Bernhard Riemann (Mathematician, space theorist,
»Mechanics Of The Ear«), Farid ud Din Attar (Sufi mythologist, »The Conference Of Birds«), Sage
Patanjali (»Yoga Sutras«) und Frantisek Baluska (Cell biologist, »The Communication Of Trees«).
In his recent project »The Conference Of Trees« Berlin based artist Hendrik Weber aka Pantha Du
Prince will make the communication of trees resonate by the help of sound experiments. After
Weber and The Bell Laboratory from Oslo, Norway were playing successful shows at venues and
festivals all around the globe in support of their critically acclaimed recording called »Elements Of
Light« (Rough Trade, 2010) this seminal collaboration is about to be continued. In coproduction
with Hamburg based renowned off theatre Kampnagel the piece is going to be premiered this
August at Internationales Sommerfestival 2018. An immersive stage setting will display the
performer's interdisciplinary approach between New Music, visual poetics, speculative science and
it knows how to attract a wide-ranged audience from kids being interested in nature, aficionados of
high art and experimental sounds as well as lovers of well-produced club/dance music. It's all about
the musical dialogue of the trees.

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Pantha Du Prince : The Conference Of Trees

Pantha Du Prince : The Conference Of Trees
31.01.2019

Please read the review about the SOLD OUT show at Barbican London on 19th of Januuary
https://www.musicomh.com/reviews/live/pantha-du-prince-barbican-london

31.01.2019

Please read the review about the SOLD OUT show at Barbican London on 19th of Januuary
https://www.musicomh.com/reviews/live/pantha-du-prince-barbican-...

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Pantha Du Prince : The Conference Of Trees
31.01.2019

Please read the review about the SOLD OUT show at Barbican London on 19th of Januuary
https://www.musicomh.com/reviews/live/pantha-du-prince-barbican-london

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