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SATURDAY, 26th of November 2016, 8 pm
Venue: Ballhaus Ost, Pappelallee 15, 10437 Berlin

The Paradox of Plenty
The third night The Paradox of Plenty invites the audience to be immersed in the complex beauty of the Splitter Music Universe, which requires no leaders or conductors. Exploiting elements of spatialisation and improvisation, Splitter Orchester will mesmerize the audience with the stunning transparency of its sound. The instrumental drone rock minimalism of The Still is extended this time featuring Chris Abrahams and Thomas Meadowcroft. Their lengthy and repetitive song structures are both tonally immersive and meandering; disarmingly warm and harmonically grounded. To celebrate the first two releases of the Splitter Orchester, available at the Mikroton Record Store during the festival, Hanno Leichtmann will complete the night with a genre-defying DJ Set.

8 pm: Splitter Orchester (D/AUS/USA/UK/MEX/N/I/BG/IL)
With: Anat Cohavi (Alto Clarinet and Soprano Saxophone), Andrea Neumann (Inside Piano, Mixing Board), Anthea Caddy (Cello) Biliana Voutchkova (Violin), Boris Baltschun (Analog Synthesizer, Computer), Burkhard Beins (Percussion), Chris Heenan (Contrabass Clarinet), Ignaz Schick (Electronics, Turntable), Julia Reidy (Guitar), Kai Fagaschinski (Clarinet), Liz Allbee (Trumpet), Magda Mayas (Clavinet), Mario de Vega (Objects, Electronics), Marta Zapparoli (Reel to Reel Tape Machine, Electronics), Matthias Müller (Trombone), Michael Thieke (Clarinet), Mike Majkowski (Double Bass), Morten J. Olsen (Percussion, Vibraphone), Robin Hayward (Microtonal Tuba), Sabine Vogel (Flutes), Simon James Phillips (Grand Piano) und Steve Heather (Percussion)

9:30 pm: The Still
With: Steve Heather Â? Drums / Derek Shirley Â? Double Bass / Rico Repotente Â? Guitar
Chris Abrahams Â? Grand Piano / Thomas Meadowcroft Â? Organ


11 pm: Hanno Leichtmann, DJ-Set