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Live Stage: Ellen Fellmann [de Oldenberg]

ellen-fellmann_portrait.jpgEllen Fellmann: “Schwarz” – Composition for volcanic sand, violine, viola and cello — an audiovisual string quartet concert :: 24 May, 2008 :: 8 p.m. :: Edith Russ Site for Media Art :: Katharinenstrasse 23, D-26121 Oldenburg :: Tel. +49(0)441/235-3208 :: info@edith-russ-haus.de

In her audiovisual, electronic acoustic composition, image and sound are deployed on an equal footing – the projection and string quartet complement each other to result in a visual sound event. By interpreting classical content and translating it into the new media, Fellmann investigates whether and how a musical language of the past can still be modern and meaningful for us today.

Ellen Fellmann works in the intesection of musical and audiovisual composition. Born in Germany (BRD) in 1968, she studied classical vocal art and piano in Munich, and scientific study of musicology and philosophy in Munich and Berlin (Magister with distinction). She was guest auditor at Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (dffb) and composed for film and theatre 1994-2000. She has been searching for equal forms of communication in the intersection of music and film/ video since 1999 (electroacoustic audiovisual compositions).

Fellman received a grant from Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin 2003, was a guest composer at Elektronisches Studio der Technischen Universität Berlin (the electronic studio of the Technical University Berlin) since 2003, she with electracoustic multi-channel composition/ spatialisation and audiovisual multi-channel composition (with Folkmar Hein). Bursary for International Summercourse for New Music Darmstadt 2004 (with Chaya Czernowyn). Artist-in-residence grant from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Résidences internationales aux Récollets Paris in 2006. Grant from Edith-Ruß-Haus Oldenburg in 2007. Teaching assignment at Hochschule der Künste Saar in WS 2007/8.

Since 2002 she was also video director for concertfilms of classical music. In 2005 she conceived and was video director of 6 outstanding classical Symphonies in collaboration with Kent Nagano and the Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin (many prizes, also Nomination for Prix Rose d’Or Luzern 2007). In 2008, she was video director of the opera „Alice in Wonderland“ by Unsuk Chin, (worldpremière), opener at Opernfestspiele of Staatsoper Munich, mise en scène by Achim Freyer.

For more information (in German only): http://www.edith-russ-haus.de/index.php/Programm/Schwarz
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