100 Years of Beat
Thu, Apr 26
7pm: N.U. Unruh: Beating The Drum (free admission)
8pm: Marcos Suzano Trio
9.30pm: Terri Lyne Carrington
Evening ticket: 13€/10€
All day: installations (free admission):
Anke Eckardt, Hanno Leichtmann
N.U. Unruh: Beating The Drum
A drum installation by German band Einstürzende Neubauten’s (neubauten.org) percussionist, Unruh, fills HKW’s foyer, with snares, bass drums, and cymbals waiting to be played by the public. No previous experience necessary— a soundtrack and Unruh’s instructions will provide rhythmic orientation.
Marcos Suzano Trio
A drum in hand: Suzano teases the sound spectrum of bass drum, snare, and hi-hat from the Brazilian pandeiro using his thumbs, the palms of his hands, and the tips of his fingers. Employing backbeat, he fuses Samba with Funk or Jungle, accompanied by Sérgio Chiavazzoli on guitar and André Carneiro on bass.
Terri Lyne Carrington
The master of the sticks began her career on the Jazz drums at the age of ten. Her groove is rooted in the traditions of Jazz and Blues, which she laces with R&B, Indie Rock, Afrobeat, or free improvisation. One of today’s most influential drummers worldwide, she has played with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, and Cassandra Wilson.
Anke Eckardt: Vinylheads (2018)
The audible, walk-in sculptures Vinylheads from Anke Eckardt are connected by a sample of the Amen Break.
Hanno Leichtmann: Skin, Wood, Traps (2018)
For Skin, Wood, Traps, Hanno Leichtmann assembles drum and percussion loops from inspiring drummers to create a 4-channel sound installation