Leichtmann, Hanno (Elektronics Atelier)

Born in 1970. Came to Berlin in the early 90s as percussionist and improviser and founded together with other musicians the so called „EchtzeitMusikSzene“ (Real Time Music Scene). He turned to Electronic Music in the late 90s and published several albums, 12“ and remixes under the pseudonym STATIC and toured with that through Europe, Japan, North and South America.

Together with Lars Rudolph he wrote the music for the dance performance and film ALLEE DER KOSMONAUTEN by Sasha Waltz & Guests, he composed the soundtrack for CHRISTOPH SCHLINGENSIEF’s unfinished film AFRICAN TWINTOWERS as well as several radio pieces under the direction of LEONARD KOPPELMANN for WDR and NDR.

 


In the last years, he has presented four projects that are based on archives: 2 longplayers and 2 sound installations:

Unfinished Portrait of ROEDELIUS Today, Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin und PRIMITIVA im Osthaus Museum Hagen (together with Fabian Seyd SINGAJA).

 
Leichtmann is also working as curator of interdisciplinary festivals and music series:

MY FAVOURITE THING - festival for percussion and electronics
LETRA / TONE - festival for graphics and music
MINIMAL STUDIES – festival for contemporary minimal music
GRAND JETÉ – a series of events on interdisciplinary electronic music

 

Hanno Leichtmann lives and works in Berlin.

Born in 1970. Came to Berlin in the early 90s as percussionist and improviser and founded together with other musicians the so called „EchtzeitMusikSzene“ (Real Time Music Scene). He turned to Electronic Music in the late 90s and published several albums, 12“ and remixes under the pseudonym STATIC and toured with that through Europe, Japan, North and South America.

Together with Lars Rudolph he wrote the music for the dance performance and film ALLEE DER KOSMONAUTEN by Sasha Waltz & Guests, he composed the soundtrack for CHRISTOPH SCHLINGENSIEF’s unfinished film AFRICAN TWINTOWERS as well as several radio pieces under the direction of LEONARD KOPPELMANN for WDR and NDR.

 

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