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Workshop - St. Markus

Drop-in session - improvisation with live looping and electronics

Kinderchor mal anders 3.0

Pfingstkirche Berlin

Performance during 10.00 Gottesdienst of 'Kinderchor mal anders' project III, presenting collaborative work carried out during workshops (Sep-Nov, 2018). 18. November falls within 'Friedensdekade' week, whose theme this year is 'Krieg 3.0'; finding glimmers of natural beauty amongst the increasingly automated, technological world. 'Kinderchor mal anders' have explored this topic through the music of others, and by creating their own music using voice and music technology, working mainly with Ableton Live software.

Lebensmuster - Performance im Gottesdienst (Konfi-Orchester Projekt)

Golgothakirche, Berlin-Mitte

Performance during the 10.00 Gottesdienst as part of the Konfi-Orchester Projektwochenende. Led by Pam Hulme, a group of young instrumentalists present their music around the theme of: 'Lebensmuster' (Life-Patterns). During workshops the group explored patterns in music from the Baroque period and contemporary looping-culture; performing, improvising, and composing music together using acoustic instruments and electronics.

Helden - Gottesdienst mit Orgel+Elektronik

Pfingstkirche Berlin

Performance during the 10.00 Gottesdienst, exploring the theme of 'Heroes'. When asked who are heroes are, do we filter the truth? Do we make sure that the heroes we name are in line with our contemporary image of ourselves, our values, our cultural footprint? In this improvisation, Pam Hulme will use organ, sampling, and live electronics to explore the 'guilty pleasures' aspect of heroes, acknowledging the truth that sometimes our heroes find us, rather than the other way round.

Urban Organ Festival

Pfingstkirche, Berlin

Workshops including beatboxing, songwriting, live looping and organ+electronics featuring artists in residence Mohan Dhar (voice), and Okami (beatboxing; AKA Connor Andrews) under the direction of Pam Hulme.  

Helden sind Alle!

Pfingstkirche, Berlin

Final performance of 'Kinderchor mal anders' project I, including choral pieces by J.S. Bach and Coldplay, plus 'Helden sind Alle'; a song the group composed collaboratively and recorded throughout the project using Ableton Live.     

KonFestival Berlin

Urban Organ Workshops

An introduction to the organ like no other... exploring use of looping from Buxtehude through to Ed Sheeran, then creating our own music for Organ and RC-505 Loop Station. For Konfirmanden from across Berlin as part of Berlin Konfestival 2017.

Golgothakirche, Berlin-Mitte

Im Mittelpunkt des so genannten „Urban-Organ-Gottesdienstes“ stehen Bearbeitungen des Gesangbuchliedes "Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern" und die Erzählung der Weisen aus dem Morgenland im zweiten Kapitel des Matthäusevangeliums. Die britische Organistin und Komponistin Pam Hulme entwickelt ausgehend von dem klassischen Stoff durch den Einsatz von elektronischen Schleifen, so genannten loops, einen neuen, ungewohnten Zugang zu dem Thema. Hulme verfremdet das Gewohnte und macht es so neu hörbar.

Sophienkirche, Berlin-Mitte

Part of the Urban-Organ project with the Gemeinde am Weinberg. 

Golgothakirche, Berlin-Mitte

Reformationstag Gottesdienst. Liturgie: Pf. Dr. Volker Jastrzembski. Musik: Pam Hulme, inc. Buxtehude, and a new Chorale Suite for Organ and Live Looping based on Ein Feste Burg. 

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