Get tickets for our Live-Performances at radialsystem, Berlin. Select between two time-slots of concerts, Showtime 1 and Showtime 2. Capacity limited due to corona measures.

SHOWTIME 1

SAT 3 OCT 18:00 – 21:00 hrs

Laura Mello Live A/V
The Brazilian artist will be presenting the piece “Composing for many media including me,” an ongoing performance series exploring the relationships among sound, visual, and movement.

Mesías Maiguashca presents La canción de la tierra Live A/V
The New Music composer belongs to a generation of South American musicians that, in the 1960s along with Edgar Valcárcel, César Bolaños, Jacqueline Nova, contributed to expanding the possibilities of musical language beyond the prevailing Western canon. “La Canción de La Tierra” was first performed in Quito within the frame of the Andean celebration of the Inti-Raymi with the “Orquesta de Instrumentos Andinos.” The audiovisual work is a document and reminder of this event, with original recordings of the concert, spatialized audio, and a video by the artist Carlos Poete about the world of the Ecuadorian Andes.

¿Cómo Baila el Camaleón? (Re-processed) by Joel Suárez Gómez/Kiko Faxas Live Dance Performance
A dance and sound piece structured upon an experimental poem. Suárez Gomez has danced for the National Ballet of Cuba (BNC), the Cuban company Danza Contemporanea (DCC ), and toured within Cuba and throughout Latin America, the USA, Australia and Europe. Kiko Faxas is an avant-garde composer, sound artist, and Cuban experimental coder.

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SHOWTIME 2

SAT 3 OCT 21:00 – 0:00
Mesías Maiguashca presents “La Canción de la Tierra” Live A/V
The New Music composer belongs to a generation of South American musicians that, in the 1960s along with Edgar Valcárcel, César Bolaños, Jacqueline Nova, contributed to expanding the possibilities of musical language beyond the prevailing Western canon. “La Canción de La Tierra” was first performed in Quito within the frame of the Andean celebration of the Inti-Raymi with the “Orquesta de Instrumentos Andinos.” The audiovisual work is a document and reminder of this event, with original recordings of the concert, spatialized audio, and a video by the artist Carlos Poete about the world of the Ecuadorian Andes.

¿Cómo Baila el Camaleón? (Re-processed) by Joel Suárez Gómez/Kiko Faxas Live Dance Performance
A dance and sound piece structured upon an experimental poem. Suárez Gomez has danced for the National Ballet of Cuba (BNC), the Cuban company Danza Contemporanea (DCC ), and toured within Cuba and throughout Latin America, the USA, Australia and Europe. Kiko Faxas is an avant-garde composer, sound artist, and Cuban experimental coder.

CATNAPP Live A/V
Favoring emotional expressionism and intense beats, Catnapp (Amparo Battaglia) is pushing the boundaries of electronic music with a unique and bold take on songwriting and production, combining cutting-edge millennial aesthetics with openhearted lyricism and barely filtered feelings.

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Workshop + Lectures at radialsystem

SAT 3 OCT 14:30

Free with previous registration at: register@radialsystem.de

Administrative challenges for foreign artists working in Germany Workshop

 Establishing oneself as a foreign artist in Germany can be exhausting. While trying to get a foothold in the local art scene you have to deal with plenty of administrative challenges (most of the time in a language you barely speak yet). Is there really something called “Künstler*innen-Visum”? How do I get a Steuernummer? What is the KSK and what is it useful for? What is the difference between a Werkvertrag and a Dienstvertrag? Where can I get (legal) help? Felix Sodemann (touring artist) and Yusuf Sahilli (Landesmusikrat Berlin) will give you an introduction into all the different administrative challenges that sometimes can keep you far away from your actual artistic work. They will also give you an overview on existing advice initiatives and programs. After the workshop there will be time for a Q&A-Session.

The Land of Thunder and Lightnings Lecture
By Daniela Medina Poch

Forbidden Music, Forbidden Jukeboxes: Listening Anxieties and the Hyper-amplification of Violence in Rio de Janeiro Lecture
By Pedro Oliveira