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    Kaleidoskopville (Photo: Flyer © Benjamin Pollach, Laura Risse)
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    Kaleidoskopville (Photo: © Sebastian Bolesch)
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    Kaleidoskopville (Photo: © Sebastian Bolesch)
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    Flyer Kaleidoskopville (Photo: © Benjamin Pollach, Laura Risse)
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Kaleidoskopville

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An empty room in which musicians gradually arrive one by one. The individuals are settlers who want to appropriate a landscape: they are searching for possibilities of encountering one another.

Kaleidoskopville is a staged musical evening which examines the practice of making music together and explores the social function of music. How is a community constituted according to traditional musical concepts? Could this represent a utopian social model? Do we have to overcome the standard forms of music-making? Should we develop in more contemporary fashion functioning without hierarchies? What would happen if we simply listened to one another?

Conceived by, directed by, music, costume: Solistenstenemble Kaleidoskop
Stage design, lighting design: Ladislav Zajac

A production of Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop in cooperation with Berliner Festspiele, funded by the Capital Cultural Fund and the Governing Mayor of Berlin – Senate Chancellery – Cultural Affairs.

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