Klangteppich

Klangteppich Since 2018, Klangteppich has been presenting musicians from Iran and the Iranian diaspora in new encounters with artists from other practices and scenes in Berlin.

Klangteppich initiates cross-border collaborations, questions Eurocentric perceptions of music, and generates attention for artistic forms of expression beyond biases. Based on the festival, Klangteppich also facilitates residencies for musicians from the Iranian diaspora. The nonprofit Klangteppich e.V. was founded in 2019 to put the activities around the festival and the artist residencies on a broader basis.

15/12/2021
Klangteppich IV Festival for music of the Iranian diaspora in June 2022

There we go! Very much looking forward to welcome you at Klangteppich. Festival for music of the Iranian diaspora IV in June 2022. Save the date!

Proudly presenting Arshia Samsaminia as the festival’s artist in residence who will be working together with Johannes Fink and Nikolaus Schlierf
And four more world premieres with #persianprincis Hadi Bastani #martinicherryfurter #sepideh92 #RaoufSobhani

Farahnaz Hatam Azin Zahedii Shabnam Parvaresh #nazaninnouri #halehredjaian
Shaahin Peymani Judith Hamann Florian Bergmann
Reza Askari Tanasgol Sabbagh

Funded by Kulturstiftung des Bundes Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa
Partners:
Tak Theater Aufbau Kreuzberg berta.berlin Slavs and Tatars Studentendorf Schlachtensee Noise a Noise
Media Partners:
Norient VAN Magazin Blogrebellen
Blogrebellen

Trailer by Peter Withoutfield

23/06/2021

Watch the full video of the Rangarang Choir: https://youtu.be/m_R7BwpB5yw

The composer and singer Laura Winkler arranged songs by the popular Iranian singers Hayedeh (1942-1990) Marzieh (1924-2010) and Ramesh (1946-2020) for a choir of Persian native speakers and singers who do not speak Persian.

Berlin
Rangarang Choir

Laura Winkler – arrangements, direction

Vocals
Winnie Brückner
Sophie Grobler
Pejman Jamilpanah
Matthias Knoche
Zola Mennenöh
Pari

Songs
Tavoos – Marzieh
Shabe Eshgh – Hayedeh
Gheseh Labhaye Yakh Basteh – Ramesh
Harfe Taaze – Hayedeh
Gamgin Cho Paaizam – Marzieh
Aroosak – Hayedeh
Rood Khooneha – Ramesh
To Baaroni, to aaftaabi – Ramesh

Selection of songs – Ali Kamrani, Franziska Buhre
Transcriptions to Finglish – Pharaz Azimi

This project was made possible through funding by the Federal Agency for Civic Education.

Recorded at @tak.berlin Theater Aufbau Kreuzberg by
@bertaberlinofficial

💎We present world premieres of outstanding artists of the Iranian diaspora without a paywall. And we ensure the best working conditions and fair payments for everyone involved in Klangteppich’s activities. To continue that way, you can support us with a donation.

Paypal link: https://bit.ly/3x9fQgu

19/06/2021

Host of Deutschlandfunk Kultur: "Why was Hadi Bastani the right choice for this residency?“
Klangteppich curator Franziska Buhre: "Because I have been following his work for a few years. He has written a thesis on the experimental music scene in Iran, which is well worth reading. After the festival performance, he realizes a site-specific sound installation and his site-specific works interest me a lot. That’s why I am very happy that he has accepted.“

18/06/2021

Dear friends,
we are proud to present the full video of
Orlando Boeykens/Berlin – tuba
Xeen/Istanbul – electronics
👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oL2wr-oDoKI

Recorded at Tak Theater Aufbau Kreuzberg by berta.berlin

💎We present world premieres of outstanding artists of the Iranian diaspora without a paywall. And we ensure the best working conditions and fair payments for everyone involved in Klangteppich’s activities. To continue that way, you can support us with a donation.
Paypal link: https://bit.ly/3x9fQgu

Klangteppich festival 2021 – RCO Berlin/AthensGuests* of the festival NoiselabThe performance at Klangteppich III was re...
12/06/2021
RCO Berlin/Athens – Electronic Music Performance | KLANGTEPPICH III Festival 2021

Klangteppich festival 2021 – RCO Berlin/Athens

Guests* of the festival Noiselab

The performance at Klangteppich III was realized live over distance by RCO with ~ in Berlin and Karl Heinz Jeron in Athens.

RCO designs electronic circuits and wires everyday objects to create sounds and experiment with self-generated noises. Different gadgets, acoustic sources and cardiac pacemakers are brought together in feedback loops and overlays and arranged in multilayered sound installations.
Recorded at tak Theater Aufbau Kreuzberg by berta.berlin

~
The conceptual artist lives and works in Berlin, Leipzig and Athens. His artistic activity is process-oriented, performative, poetic and mostly serial. The focus is on interventions in existing systems as well as constructions of social spaces and interactive events. In his current work, the artist puts down his name.

Karl Heinz Jeron was born in 1962 in Memmingen, Germany. He lives and works in Athens and Berlin. His art deals with everyday culture, media perception and information processing. This ranges from performances with singing and dancing robots, to compositions with electronically interconnected vegetables, to audio tours in wind parks. His work has been shown at ZKM Karlsruhe, Ars Electronica Linz, Documenta X, ICA London, Walker Art Museum Minneapolis, Berlinische Galerie Berlin, and Museum of Modern Art San Francisco, among others.
https://jeron.org/

Premiered at Klangteppich. Festival for music of the Iranian diaspora III.
https://www.klangteppich.berlin/

💎 We present world premieres of outstanding artists of the Iranian diaspora without a paywall. And we ensure the best working conditions and fair payments for everyone involved in Klangteppich’s activities. To continue that way, you can support us with a donation.
Paypal link: https://bit.ly/3x9fQgu

Die Aufführung bei Klangteppich III haben RCO live über die Entfernung mit ~ in Berlin und Karl Heinz Jeron in Athen realisiert.Gäste* vom Noiselab-FestivalR...

Watch the full video nowThe collaboration of the composer, sound artist and anthropologist Hadi Bastani with the conduct...
07/06/2021
Hadi Bastani + Yalda Zamani - Electronic Music Performance | KLANGTEPPICH III Festival 2021

Watch the full video now
The collaboration of the composer, sound artist and anthropologist Hadi Bastani with the conductor, researcher and performer Yalda Zamani is a premiere in several respects: During his first stay in Berlin, Bastani created a performance with Zamani in which she for the first time works with live coding and the application of machine learning models in combination with motion-sensing technologies.

Die Zusammenarbeit des Komponisten, Klangkünstlers und Anthropologen Hadi Bastani mit der Dirigentin, Forscherin und Performerin Yalda Zamani ist in mehrfach...

Dear friends, you can watch the full festival video now here:💎We present world premieres of outstanding artists of the I...
05/06/2021
KLANGTEPPICH III Festival-Videos 2021 - Festival for music of the Iranian diaspora

Dear friends, you can watch the full festival video now here:

💎We present world premieres of outstanding artists of the Iranian diaspora without a paywall. And we ensure the best working conditions and fair payments for everyone involved in Klangteppich’s activities. To continue that way, you can support us with a donation.
Paypal link: https://bit.ly/3x9fQgu

Klangteppich - Festival for music of the Iranian diaspora! Das Festival Klangteppich III präsentierte am 2. Juni 2021 online Konzertvideos von vier Uraufführ...

02/06/2021
Live-Talk Rangarang Chor | KLANGTEPPICH

Fragen und Kommentare sind willkommen, diskutieren Sie mit!

Mit Franziska Buhre (Kuratorin Klangteppich)
Sophie Grobler, Pejman Jamilpanah, Pari (Sänger_innen)
Laura Winkler (Arrangements, Chorleitung)
Ehrengast Ali Kamrani

Moderation: Susan Zare

Laura Winkler war 2016 mit ihrer Band Holler My Dear zu Gast in Iran. 2018 entstand die Idee für einen Chor aus persischen und deutschen Muttersprachler_innen, die gemeinsam Lieder der bekannten Sängerinnen Hayedeh (1942-1990) Marzieh (1924-2010) und Ramesh (1946-2020) singen. Für den Rangarang Chor zelebriert Laura Winkler diese Sängerinnen mit neuen Arrangements einiger Lieder.

Ali Kamrani, geboren 1952 in Teheran, ist Dichter und Schauspieler. Im Alter von 20 Jahren begann er, Gedichte und Lieder zu schreiben, u.a. für die Sängerin Neli. Seit 1979 lebt Kamrani in Deutschland.

Warum bewegt uns die Popmusik Irans aus den 1960/70er noch heute? Und wie können wir die Lebenswege der Sängerinnen in Iran und im Exil heute einordnen?

Die Teilnehmenden sprechen über Teilhabe von Frauen am Musikschaffen in Iran und Ländern des globalen Nordens, Kunstfreiheit und die gemeinsame Musikpraxis über Sprach- und Geschlechtergrenzen hinweg.

Das Chorprojekt im Rahmen des Festivals Klangteppich III wird gefördert von der Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.

Jetzt live! Fragen und Anregungen über Chat wilkommen!
02/06/2021
Live-Talk Rangarang Chor | KLANGTEPPICH

Jetzt live!
Fragen und Anregungen über Chat wilkommen!

Fragen und Kommentare sind willkommen, diskutieren Sie mit!Mit Franziska Buhre (Kuratorin Klangteppich)Sophie Grobler, Pejman Jamilpanah, Pari (Sänger_innen)...

Our guest of honor – poet and actor Ali KamraniKamrani was born in Tehran in 1952. At the age of 20, he began writing po...
20/05/2021

Our guest of honor – poet and actor Ali Kamrani
Kamrani was born in Tehran in 1952. At the age of 20, he began writing poems and songs, for example for the singer Neli.
In 2018 Kamrani was an actor in the production “Kluge Gefühle” by actress, filmmaker and author Maryam Zaree, directed by Niels Bormann at Berlin’s Theater Hebbel am Ufer.
You can read more about him at our website, link in bio.

Meet Ali Kamrani in our live discussion on June 2 from 18.00 CET, where he will be talking with the singers Sophie Grobler, Pejman Jamilpanah, Pari, the director of the Rangarang Choir, Laura Winkler and Franziska Buhre, Klangteppich’s curator, moderated by Susan Zare.
Comments and questions welcome!

This project is made possible through funding by the Federal Agency for Civic Education.


Ehrengast Ali Kamrani – Schauspieler und Dichter
Kamrani wurde 1952 in Teheran geboren. Im Alter von 20 Jahren begann er, Gedichte und Lieder zu schreiben, u.a. für die Sängerin Neli. 2018 war Kamrani Schauspieler in der Produktion „Kluge Gefühle“ der Schauspielerin, Filmemacherin und Autorin Maryam Zaree in der Regie von Niels Bormann am Berliner Theater Hebbel am Ufer.
Mehr über ihn ist auf unserer Website zu lesen, Link in bio.

Begegnen Sie Kamrani in unserer Live-Diskussion am 2. Juni ab 18.00 Uhr MEZ, wenn er mit den Sänger_innen Sophie Grobler, Pejman Jamilpanah, Pari, der Leiterin des Rangarang Chores, Laura Winkler und Franziska Buhre, der Kuratorin von Klangteppich, spricht, moderiert von Susan Zare.
Kommentare und Fragen sind willkommen!

Dieses Projekt wird gefördert von der Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.

More:
https://www.klangteppich.berlin/artist/ali-kamrani/

Our guest of honor – poet and actor Ali Kamrani
Kamrani was born in Tehran in 1952. At the age of 20, he began writing poems and songs, for example for the singer Neli.
In 2018 Kamrani was an actor in the production “Kluge Gefühle” by actress, filmmaker and author Maryam Zaree, directed by Niels Bormann at Berlin’s Theater Hebbel am Ufer.
You can read more about him at our website, link in bio.

Meet Ali Kamrani in our live discussion on June 2 from 18.00 CET, where he will be talking with the singers Sophie Grobler, Pejman Jamilpanah, Pari, the director of the Rangarang Choir, Laura Winkler and Franziska Buhre, Klangteppich’s curator, moderated by Susan Zare.
Comments and questions welcome!

This project is made possible through funding by the Federal Agency for Civic Education.


Ehrengast Ali Kamrani – Schauspieler und Dichter
Kamrani wurde 1952 in Teheran geboren. Im Alter von 20 Jahren begann er, Gedichte und Lieder zu schreiben, u.a. für die Sängerin Neli. 2018 war Kamrani Schauspieler in der Produktion „Kluge Gefühle“ der Schauspielerin, Filmemacherin und Autorin Maryam Zaree in der Regie von Niels Bormann am Berliner Theater Hebbel am Ufer.
Mehr über ihn ist auf unserer Website zu lesen, Link in bio.

Begegnen Sie Kamrani in unserer Live-Diskussion am 2. Juni ab 18.00 Uhr MEZ, wenn er mit den Sänger_innen Sophie Grobler, Pejman Jamilpanah, Pari, der Leiterin des Rangarang Chores, Laura Winkler und Franziska Buhre, der Kuratorin von Klangteppich, spricht, moderiert von Susan Zare.
Kommentare und Fragen sind willkommen!

Dieses Projekt wird gefördert von der Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.

More:
https://www.klangteppich.berlin/artist/ali-kamrani/

17/05/2021

„Wenn wir den ersten Vierklang hören, dann wissen wir wofür wir hier gerade durchhalten.“

Sophie Grobler darüber, wie es ist, inmitten einer Pandemie Teil des Rangarang Chors für Klangteppich III zu werden. Im Gespräch mit Raúl Gonzalez in der Sendung „Ich bin ein Berliner“ multicult.fm.

„When we hear our first 4-note chord, then we know what we're holding out for.

Sophie Grobler on what it's like to become part of the Rangarang Choir for Klangteppich III in the midst of a pandemic. In conversation with Raúl Gonzalez on the show "Ich bin ein Berliner" multicult.fm.

Sophie Grobler

We proudly present the Rangarang ChoirJune 2 at 8:00 p.m. CET - world premiereThe composer and singer Laura Winkler arra...
12/05/2021

We proudly present the Rangarang Choir
June 2 at 8:00 p.m. CET - world premiere
The composer and singer Laura Winkler arranges songs by the popular Iranian singers Hayedeh (1942-1990) Marzieh (1924-2010) and Ramesh (1946-2020) for the choir with Winnie Brückner Omid Darvish, Sophie Grobler, Pejman Jamilpanah, Zola Mennenöh & Pari.

June 2 from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. CET, live discussion [in German]
Omid Darvish, Sophie Grobler, Pejman Jamilpanah and Pari will be discussing with Klangteppich’s guest of honor, Ali Kamrani and Franziska Buhre, moderated by Susan Zare.

You can enjoy all concert videos of Klangteppich III from June 2, 8 p.m. on our Youtube-channel.

This project is made possible through funding by the Federal Agency for Civic Education.


2. Juni um 20:00 Uhr - Weltpremiere des Rangarang Chors
Die Komponistin und Sängerin Laura Winkler arrangiert Lieder der bekannten iranischen Sängerinnen Hayedeh (1942-1990) Marzieh (1924-2010) und Ramesh (1946-2020) für einen Chor mit Winnie Brückner, Omid Darvish, Sophie Grobler, Pejman Jamilpanah, Zola Mennenöh & Pari.

2. Juni 18:00–19:30 Uhr Live-Diskussion, auf Deutsch
Omid Darvish, Sophie Grobler, Pejman Jamilpanah und Pari diskutieren mit dem Ehrengast von Klangteppich, Ali Kamrani und Franziska Buhre, moderiert von Susan Zare.

Alle Konzertvideos von Klangteppich III sind ab 2. Juni, 20 Uhr auf unserem Youtube-Kanal zu erleben

Dieses Projekt wird gefördert von der Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (bpb)

Mehr: https://www.klangteppich.berlin

💎We present world premieres of outstanding artists of the Iranian diaspora without a paywall. And we ensure the best working conditions and fair payments for everyone involved in Klangteppich’s activities. To continue that way, you can support us with a donation.
Paypal link: https://bit.ly/3x9fQgu

Laura Winkler is a member of the Berlin Collective for Composed and Improvised Music (KIM), which has been organizing an...
03/05/2021

Laura Winkler is a member of the Berlin Collective for Composed and Improvised Music (KIM), which has been organizing an own festival since 2013.

Winkler was born in Graz/Austria in 1988. She studied jazz singing at the Art University of Graz and composition at the Jazz Institute Berlin with John Hollenbeck. She has been living in Berlin since 2011 and founded the jazz-folk-pop band Holler My Dear, with whom she released the albums "Have You Seen the Troll?", "Eat, Drink & Be Merry" and "Steady as She Goes" (all on Traumton Records). In 2017 Winkler and her band visited Iran at the invitation of the Austrian Cultural Forum.
�In 2014 she released the album „Paperclips“ with her Wabi-Sabi Orchestra (Traumton Records).

Laura Winkler conducts the Rangarang choir consisting of farsi and german native speakers. They will perform new arrangements of iranian popular singers Hayedeh (1942-1990), Marzieh (1924-2010) and Ramesh (1946-2020).

More https://www.laurawinkler.com/

Picture, (C) Lena Mucha

💎We present world premieres of outstanding artists of the Iranian diaspora without a paywall. And we ensure the best working conditions and fair payments for everyone involved in Klangteppich’s activities. To continue that way, you can support us with a donation.
Paypal link: https://bit.ly/3x9fQgu

We proudly present Yalda Zamani in a unique colaboration with our resident artist Hadi Bastani Experimental Electronic M...
28/04/2021

We proudly present Yalda Zamani in a unique colaboration with our resident artist Hadi Bastani Experimental Electronic Music Scene of Iran - EEMSI

Yalda Zamani is a conductor, researcher, and performer based in Germany. She is interested in transdisciplinary approaches in contemporary music performance, computational creativity, live coding, and the application of machine learning models in combination with motion-sensing technologies. Recently she was granted a two-year doctoral research fellowship from the city of Hamburg and the European Social Fond, which is aimed at effectively and sustainably increasing the proportion of women in leadership positions. From understanding the nature of the interaction between humans and AI systems in creating music to re-defining the relationship of a conductor with the orchestra/ensemble in performing music, Yalda Zamani’s research includes the investigation of the role of a meaningful collaboration in designing intelligent artistic ecosystems that reflect contemporary values.

More: https://www.yaldazamani.com/

📸 Neda Navaee Photography

💎 We present world premieres of outstanding artists of the Iranian diaspora without a paywall. And we ensure the best working conditions and fair payments for everyone involved in Klangteppich’s activities. To continue that way, you can support us with a donation.
Paypal link: https://bit.ly/3x9fQgu

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Konzertreihe für Musik der iranischen Diaspora Concert series for music of the Iranian diaspora

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Klangteppich präsentiert Konzerte gegenwärtiger Musikschaffenden aus dem Iran und der iranischen Diaspora und von Menschen, die sich künstlerisch mit dem Iran auseinandersetzen.

Klangteppich wurde 2018 als Festival ins Leben gerufen und von der Musicboard Berlin GmbH gefördert. Es präsentierte acht Premieren erstmaliger Zusammenarbeiten zwischen Musiker_innen und lockte ein diverses Publikum an, das intensiv zuhörte.

Klangteppich initiiert neue Begegnungen zwischen Musiker_innen verschiedener Traditionen, lädt dazu ein, gegenwärtige Spielweisen des globalen Südens zu erkunden und hinterfragt eurozentrische Musikrezeptionen.

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There we go! Very much looking forward to welcome you at Klangteppich. Festival for music of the Iranian diaspora IV in June 2022. Save the date! Proudly presenting Arshia Samsaminia as the festival’s artist in residence who will be working together with Johannes Fink and Nikolaus Schlierf And four more world premieres with #persianprincis Hadi Bastani #martinicherryfurter #sepideh92 #RaoufSobhani Farahnaz Hatam Azin Zahedii Shabnam Parvaresh #nazaninnouri #halehredjaian Shaahin Peymani Judith Hamann Florian Bergmann Reza Askari Tanasgol Sabbagh Funded by Kulturstiftung des Bundes Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa Partners: Tak Theater Aufbau Kreuzberg berta.berlin Slavs and Tatars Studentendorf Schlachtensee Noise a Noise Media Partners: Norient VAN Magazin Blogrebellen Blogrebellen Trailer by Peter Withoutfield
Watch the full video of the Rangarang Choir: https://youtu.be/m_R7BwpB5yw The composer and singer Laura Winkler arranged songs by the popular Iranian singers Hayedeh (1942-1990) Marzieh (1924-2010) and Ramesh (1946-2020) for a choir of Persian native speakers and singers who do not speak Persian. Berlin Rangarang Choir Laura Winkler – arrangements, direction Vocals Winnie Brückner Sophie Grobler Pejman Jamilpanah Matthias Knoche Zola Mennenöh Pari Songs Tavoos – Marzieh Shabe Eshgh – Hayedeh Gheseh Labhaye Yakh Basteh – Ramesh Harfe Taaze – Hayedeh Gamgin Cho Paaizam – Marzieh Aroosak – Hayedeh Rood Khooneha – Ramesh To Baaroni, to aaftaabi – Ramesh Selection of songs – Ali Kamrani, Franziska Buhre Transcriptions to Finglish – Pharaz Azimi This project was made possible through funding by the Federal Agency for Civic Education. Recorded at @tak.berlin Theater Aufbau Kreuzberg by @bertaberlinofficial 💎We present world premieres of outstanding artists of the Iranian diaspora without a paywall. And we ensure the best working conditions and fair payments for everyone involved in Klangteppich’s activities. To continue that way, you can support us with a donation. Paypal link: https://bit.ly/3x9fQgu
Host of Deutschlandfunk Kultur: "Why was Hadi Bastani the right choice for this residency?“ Klangteppich curator Franziska Buhre: "Because I have been following his work for a few years. He has written a thesis on the experimental music scene in Iran, which is well worth reading. After the festival performance, he realizes a site-specific sound installation and his site-specific works interest me a lot. That’s why I am very happy that he has accepted.“
Dear friends, we are proud to present the full video of Orlando Boeykens/Berlin – tuba Xeen/Istanbul – electronics 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oL2wr-oDoKI Recorded at Tak Theater Aufbau Kreuzberg by berta.berlin 💎We present world premieres of outstanding artists of the Iranian diaspora without a paywall. And we ensure the best working conditions and fair payments for everyone involved in Klangteppich’s activities. To continue that way, you can support us with a donation. Paypal link: https://bit.ly/3x9fQgu
Klangteppich festival 2021 – RCO Berlin/Athens Guests* of the festival Noiselab The performance at Klangteppich III was realized live over distance by RCO with ~ in Berlin and Karl Heinz Jeron in Athens. RCO designs electronic circuits and wires everyday objects to create sounds and experiment with self-generated noises. Different gadgets, acoustic sources and cardiac pacemakers are brought together in feedback loops and overlays and arranged in multilayered sound installations. Recorded at tak Theater Aufbau Kreuzberg by berta.berlin ~ The conceptual artist lives and works in Berlin, Leipzig and Athens. His artistic activity is process-oriented, performative, poetic and mostly serial. The focus is on interventions in existing systems as well as constructions of social spaces and interactive events. In his current work, the artist puts down his name. Karl Heinz Jeron was born in 1962 in Memmingen, Germany. He lives and works in Athens and Berlin. His art deals with everyday culture, media perception and information processing. This ranges from performances with singing and dancing robots, to compositions with electronically interconnected vegetables, to audio tours in wind parks. His work has been shown at ZKM Karlsruhe, Ars Electronica Linz, Documenta X, ICA London, Walker Art Museum Minneapolis, Berlinische Galerie Berlin, and Museum of Modern Art San Francisco, among others. https://jeron.org/ Premiered at Klangteppich. Festival for music of the Iranian diaspora III. https://www.klangteppich.berlin/ 💎 We present world premieres of outstanding artists of the Iranian diaspora without a paywall. And we ensure the best working conditions and fair payments for everyone involved in Klangteppich’s activities. To continue that way, you can support us with a donation. Paypal link: https://bit.ly/3x9fQgu
Watch the full video now The collaboration of the composer, sound artist and anthropologist Hadi Bastani with the conductor, researcher and performer Yalda Zamani is a premiere in several respects: During his first stay in Berlin, Bastani created a performance with Zamani in which she for the first time works with live coding and the application of machine learning models in combination with motion-sensing technologies.
Dear friends, you can watch the full festival video now here: 💎We present world premieres of outstanding artists of the Iranian diaspora without a paywall. And we ensure the best working conditions and fair payments for everyone involved in Klangteppich’s activities. To continue that way, you can support us with a donation. Paypal link: https://bit.ly/3x9fQgu
Next: our video premiere of all artists of the Klangteppich festival 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJn5BrRL5_4
Fragen und Kommentare sind willkommen, diskutieren Sie mit! Mit Franziska Buhre (Kuratorin Klangteppich) Sophie Grobler, Pejman Jamilpanah, Pari (Sänger_innen) Laura Winkler (Arrangements, Chorleitung) Ehrengast Ali Kamrani Moderation: Susan Zare Laura Winkler war 2016 mit ihrer Band Holler My Dear zu Gast in Iran. 2018 entstand die Idee für einen Chor aus persischen und deutschen Muttersprachler_innen, die gemeinsam Lieder der bekannten Sängerinnen Hayedeh (1942-1990) Marzieh (1924-2010) und Ramesh (1946-2020) singen. Für den Rangarang Chor zelebriert Laura Winkler diese Sängerinnen mit neuen Arrangements einiger Lieder. Ali Kamrani, geboren 1952 in Teheran, ist Dichter und Schauspieler. Im Alter von 20 Jahren begann er, Gedichte und Lieder zu schreiben, u.a. für die Sängerin Neli. Seit 1979 lebt Kamrani in Deutschland. Warum bewegt uns die Popmusik Irans aus den 1960/70er noch heute? Und wie können wir die Lebenswege der Sängerinnen in Iran und im Exil heute einordnen? Die Teilnehmenden sprechen über Teilhabe von Frauen am Musikschaffen in Iran und Ländern des globalen Nordens, Kunstfreiheit und die gemeinsame Musikpraxis über Sprach- und Geschlechtergrenzen hinweg. Das Chorprojekt im Rahmen des Festivals Klangteppich III wird gefördert von der Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.
Jetzt live! Fragen und Anregungen über Chat wilkommen!
!🥁! Very much looking forward to the solo performance of percussionist Roshanak Rafani at Klangteppich. Festival für Musik der iranischen Diaspora II, September 19th at Tak Theater Aufbau Kreuzberg. Doors: 5pm, start 5:30 pm Ticket: 15/13 € Join us!
so sorry i am not in berlin!