Theater, Performance und Tanz in Hamburg - Kampnagel

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Klub Katarakt 2022
Festivaltag 4 / Lange Nacht:

Lucrecia Dalt, Valentina Magaletti, Andrea Belfi, Emol, Nelly Boyd

  • Lucrecia Dalt
    © Camille Blake
  • Emol
    © Jona Laffin
  • Valentina Magaletti
    © Adele di Nunzio
  • Andrea Belfi
    © Steve Glashier
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20:00  Nelly Boyd
21:00 Valentina Magaletti
22:00 Emol
23:00 Andrea Belfi
00:00 Lucrecia Dalt

The so-called Long Night, during which we will present five shorter concerts, will bring the festival to a close.

The work of Berlin based Columbian musician Lucrecia Dalt encompasses the dual worlds of avant-garde and contemporary electronic music, drawing in influences from her academic background as a civil engineer as well as musics and philosophies from across the world. Lucrecia Dalt combines abstract music with sound design and vocals as poetic as haunting. Originally scheduled for 2021, she will now finally perform her current record No era sólida (released September 2020) for the first time in Hamburg – accompanied by some new tracks created during the pandemic.

Valentina Magaletti is an Italian drummer, percussionist and composer based in London whose goal is to strategically enrich a folkloristic and eclectic palette through endless listening and experimentation with new materials and sounds. She has worked with artists like Nicolas Jaar, Jandek, Charles Hayward, Graham Lewis (Wire, Dome), Tightpaul Sandra (Coil, Spiritualized, Julian Cope), and Thurston Moore. Her work ranges from more conventional jazz approaches all the way to drone / field recordings as well as experimental and avant-garde productions. At klub katarakt, Valentina Magaletti will perform a solo set.

The Berlin based Italian drummer Andrea Belfi has gained a reputation for his energetic and charismatic performances, both as a solo musician and within numerous collaborations. His new album Ore, which he will be performing at klub katarakt, places drums at the centre of a deep, hypnotic listening experience, where rhythm is combined with electronic textures and haunting sonic details. Ove the years, Andrea Belfi has built a sound-world that artfully combines a modest drum set-up with an equally concise electronics component. On Ore, he attains a masterful synthesis of these two sonic realms.

Luka Lenzin aka Emol lives and works in Hamburg, making music and illustrating. Lenzin is part of the bands plastiq and TWISK, as well as a member of the collective ZOLLO. Lenzin started making solo music under the moniker of Emol in 2019. The amalgamation of vocals and electronics is creating an intimate sound cosmos oscillating between experiment and pop in which synthesizers, sounds and vocals modulate the basic information carried by language. Following a shorter set during the Long Night of 2020, Emol will, for the first time, be creating and premiering a longer continuous performance especially for this evening.

Last but not least, Nelly Boyd will be taking the stage once more, this time bringing a piece by composer Jan Feddersen to the stage. In his work, Feddersen specifically accentuates the aspect of "working with the room". Chords in just intonation are producing a variety of additional sounds in the ears of listeners. Chords that result from exact tuning as well als the specific architectural conditions of the venue itself: difference tones, overtones, overlaps caused by reflections, producing powerful pulsations – resulting in even more sounds, interferences and reflections. This "working with the room" makes the composer’s pieces seem like an ever changing sound sculpture.

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