Doors open 20:00, music 20:30 sharp, entrance 6-18 (sliding scale, pay what you can), tickets for sale at the door or online here.
Nebular Sessions: Duplum Duo + Vinkepeezer + Farbenfroh
The Nebular Sessions celebrate adventurous genrebending music with monthly concerts and unique live videos. This edition mixtures of folk, indie, jazz and storytelling.
Tonight three diverse acts ranging from modular synths, live samples and Mark Zuckerberg to compositions inspired by modern poetry and avant-garde sounds, cabaret and improvisation.
Singer Björk Níelsdóttir and violist Þóra Margrét Sveinsdóttir join forces after having toured with the likes of Björk, Sigurrós, Florence and the Machine and Stargaze. With only a voice and a viola, their music is both raw and intimate. The music they perform is built on simple forms and dissonant harmonies in which the voice
and viola are tightly intertwined. Dúplum just released their first EP.
Björk Níelsdóttir voice | Þóra Margrét Sveinsdóttir viola
For Vinkepeezer (Ivo Bol) all sounds are special: the hum of the fridge, or the noise of the record just before the song starts. He performs his music using his body and mind to manipulate these sounds with light sensors, touch, gesture or brainwaves.
Ivo Bol – live electronics
Farbenfroh are colorful counterpoints mixed with avant-garde sounds, cabaret and improvisation. Each composition contains a unique journey – written and arranged for strings, reeds and voice with effects. Most of the songs are written by Helene, some of them she writes together with Esat. You hear influences from artists such as Björk, Tin Hat Trio and Bertold Brecht. The band was formed by vocalist Helene Matthia in 2017 and is now focusing on more improvisational freedom and fresh material with a new line up of strong improvisers.
Helene Matthia – voice | Koen Boeijinga – alt, soprano, saxophone | Pau Sola – cello | Esat Ekincioglu – double bass