Nelly Boyd @ Kunstraum Tosterglope

From September 22 – 24 we are following an invitation from Kunstraum Tosterglope to perform our member Jan Feddersen’s composition giration 4.2 written between 2019 and 2022 for two female singers and four electric guitars played with e-bows.    

We are pleased to perform the piece with our friends Fiona McKenzie and Donghee Nam. Before the concert, Jan will talk with Birgit Maschke about the piece and his work.

The concert will take place on September 23 at 5:00 pm (!) at St. Lamberti Church, Am Kirchplatz 11, 21369 Nahrendorf (Wendland).
Come along!

Nelly Boyd @ blurred edges 2023

We will present and play two concerts at this year’s blurred edges festival with some great guests:

Nelly Boyd & Donghee Nam / Cat Hope
Friday, 16 June 2023, 20:00

Eiliyas / Nelly Boyd
Saturday, 17 June 2023, 20:00

Together with our old friend Donghee Nam we collaborated on a new project based on our Whirligig series. Since Donghee is working in the fields of performance and multimedia, these will be important elements, along with the music. The work on the composition was supported by Musikfonds.
After that, Cat Hope will shake the Westwerk with her solo bass performance.

On Saturday, Eiliyas performs an electro-acoustic set inspired by the piano solos by the great Thelonious Monk.
And we will play some pieces from our Whirligig series.

We hope you will join us!

Blurred Edges 2020

Finally, the blurred edges festival is taking place and we host a concert again.

Saturday, 17 October 2019, 8 pm, C45 / Künstlerhaus Wendenstraße, Wendenstraße 45c, 20097 Hamburg

Our good old friend Donghee Nam will present a multimedia performance.

Berlin’s The International Nothing will present their latest album In Doubt We Trust for the first time in Hamburg.

And we will play the Hamburg premiere of Phill Niblock’s Exploratory, Rhine Version, with Ernst Bechert as a guest on the trombone.

Seats are limited, so come early or send us a mail.

This concert is part of the blurred edges festival. blurred edges is supported by Behörde für Kultur und Medien Hamburg and Hamburgische Kulturstiftung.