Photo: Thomas Meadowcroft © Nicolas Masson

Misstöne im Netz

On March 9, 2019 Kaleidoskop will be guest at the BASF-Feierabendhaus in Ludwigshafen. Together with the children's and youth's choir Juventis Vocalis we will present a staged concert including a world premiere by Thomas Meadowcroft and works by Tomaso Albinoni, James Tenney, Claude Vivier and Kevin Volans. more 

Photo: RETURNING HOME

Tickets for RETURNING HOME now available!

Tickets for the shows of RETURNING HOME by Ludger Engels & Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop on January 25, 26 and 27, 2019 at Radialsystem are now available! more 

Photo: SERGE © Büro Bum Bum

The premiere is approaching!

Our new production with director Luigi De Angelis and the Italian compagnie Fanny & Alexander premieres on November 17 at Radialsystem followed by shows at the Romaeuropa Festival. more 

Photo: FORT DA I–III © Alice Z Jones

FORT DA I–III

Kaleidoskop goes romantic – in series! Don't ask questions, and don't stop playing. In the concert series "FORT DA I–III" Franz Schubert, Sebastian Claren, César Franck, Philip Glass, Giacinto Scelsi, Theodor W. Adorno and Giuseppe Verdi meet Philipp Enders, copy & waste and Rashad Becker. RADIALSYSTEM V turns into a playground where you will hear splutters, stammers and scratches, and where you will indulge in the sweet sound of strings. First and foremost, it’s all about the music and the sensual, fragile, complex and touching ways in which it leads our thoughts into the unspeakable. more 

Photo: RETURNING HOME © Sebastian Mayer (excerpt)

Kaleidoskop in Korea

Kaleidoskop has been invited by the Tongyeong International Music Festival in South Korea. We will present our new music theatre piece "RETURNING HOME" – directed by Ludger Engels – based on Claudio Monteverdi's "Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria" and Korean Gagok. The premiere will take place on March 30, 2018 at Tongyeong Concert Hall. On April 03 Kaleidoskop will perform the concert programme "Passages" with works by Christoph Herndler, Isang Yun, Francisco Guerrero-Marín and others. more 

Photo: Ernstalbrecht Stiebler © Barbara Fahle

Kaleidoskop at CTM festival

Kaleidoskop developed the concert program "inside/out" in close collaboration with Ernstalbrecht Stiebler – live on February 4 at the Academy of the Arts as part of the CTM festival. Next to world premieres by Ernstalbrecht Stiebler, Dieter Schnebel and Walter Zimmermann, Rashad Becker will present two new electronic pieces. more 

Rashad Becker at “inside/out”

Berlin-based musician and composer Rashad Becker will present his new works "Extension I nach E. S." and "gleichschaltung" withing the framework of the concert "inside/out" on February 04 at the Academy of the Arts. more 

Tickets for “inside/out” now available!

Tickets for our collaborative concert "inside/out" with Ernstalbrecht Stiebler and Rashad Becker on 4 February, 7:00 pm at the Academy of the Arts are now available! more 

The Invisible Cinema

Inside the Invisible Cinema, with its all black design, at the Austrian Film Museum the reality of the movie theatre room steps back in favour of the cinematic fiction and its carrier – the white screen. The concert "Les Vers Luisants" deals with the French composer and theorist Michel Chion and the relicts of his musique concrète. Under the direction of the Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop the empty screen of the film museum shows how diverse it can be: It talks, it sounds, it lights up – with music, film and texts by Morton Feldman, Peter Ablinger, Sebastian Claren, Mark Andre, Michel Chion, Ludwig van Beethoven, Gérard Grisey and Morgan Fisher. more 

Kaleidoskop at Maschinenhaus

Inspired by the Wagnerian ideal of Gesamtkunstwerk and The Artwork of the Future in the 21st Century, Ron Sadoff und Tae Hong Park present a New York University concert on June 1, 2017 at the Maschinenhaus of Berlin's Kulturbrauerei. The concert will feature Berlin's Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop, performing works by Henry Purcell, Jennifer Walsh and Peter Ablinger – highlighted by compositions by NYU Steinhardt Professors Tae Hong Park and Pulitzer Prize winner Julia Wolfe. more