Bauhaus Jazz Exploration
Lectures, Talks, Concerts
Sat, 5 Mar 2022
Bauhaus Museum Dessau
>> Tickets required
With the Bauhaus Jazz Exploration, the Open Stage at the Bauhaus Museum Dessau opens up for a space- and time-breaking experiment. After almost a century of time travel, a record returns to Dessau that the Bauhaus student Wilhelm Imkamp gave to the 8-year-old Günter Boas: Basin Street Blues by Louis Armstrong. The Dessau jazz pioneer Günter Boas was persecuted by the National Socialists because of his passion for music; later he became a pioneering musician and jazz publicist.
When young jazz musicians come on stage at the Bauhaus Jazz Exploration today, they face new challenges. How much improvisation do society and culture need in times of crisis? This is the question that a new generation of jazz musicians will be discussing with researchers and chroniclers at the Bauhaus and presenting their sound.
In cooperation with the Netzwerk Nachhaltigkeit in Kunst und Kultur e.V. and the Kurt Weill Fest 2022, which takes place from 25 February to 13 March.
Burghard Duhm, Bauhaus Dessau Foundation, and Ralf Weiß, Netzwerk Nachhaltigkeit in Kunst und Kultur e.V.
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The 2-G-Plus rule applies: Access is only granted to vaccinated and recovered persons (proof required) as well as children and youths up to 17 years of age and persons for whom no vaccination recommendation has been issued for health reasons, if they can additionally prove a test with a negative test result (carried out max. 24 hours before the start of the event; no self-test). Persons who have already received their third vaccination (booster) do not need additional proof of testing.
Welcome by Burghard Duhm, Bauhaus Dessau Foundation, and Ralf Weiß, Netzwerk Nachhaltigkeit in Kunst und Kultur e.V.
L e c t u r e s
The Bauhauskapelle in the Musical Landscape of the Bauhaus
Hajo Toppius, Selbstgebaute Musik Berlin
Between the Fronts. Jazz in the Weimar Republic
Wolf Kampmann, publicist and lecturer at the Berlin University of the Arts
12:30 – 1:30 pm
1:30 – 2:30 pm
S p e c i a l G u i d e d T o u r
Music and Jazz at the Bauhaus
L e c t u r e
Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong Sends Günter Boas to a New Planet Called Jazz
Ralf Weiß, Netzwerk Nachhaltigkeit in Kunst und Kultur e.V.
3:15 – 4 pm
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C o n c e r t
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T a l k
Cultural Reboot from a Jazz Perspective
Fabian Sackis, composer and musical pedagogue in Berlin and Dessau
Adam Pierończyk, musician, composer and curator from Poland
Nikolaus Neuser, jazz musician, composer, head of Deutsche Jazzunion
Moderation: Wolf Kampmann, publicist and lecturer at the Berlin University of the Arts
C o n c e r t
Perplexities on Mars
Tom Friedrich (drums), Stephan Deller (bass), Maximilian Hirth (tenor saxophone, clarinet, composition), Christopher Kunz (tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, composition)