BRUITAL FURORE: Marcela Lucatelli at Ms Stubnitz in Hamburg
Jul
26
to Jul 28

BRUITAL FURORE: Marcela Lucatelli at Ms Stubnitz in Hamburg

Located on the historical ship Ms Stubnitz, BRUITAL FURORE brings to Hamburg two full days of noisy, experimental music. Transformed 27 years ago into a cultural events motorship, the former fish transport offers an incredible post-industrial atmosphere to the experience of contemporary electronic sound art. Jump into the deep waters of Ms Stubnitz and get your minds blown by energetic sounds, film screenings and visual art performances supported by amazing DJs. Marcela Lucatelli will be presenting her ‘‘Speech of Maria Magdalena to her legions’’ in an augmented set up of subcutaneous, scratchy polyphony specially for the occasion.

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A Fairly Tale for Neue Vocalsolisten in Stuttgart - GERMAN PREMIERE
May
15
8:00 PM20:00

A Fairly Tale for Neue Vocalsolisten in Stuttgart - GERMAN PREMIERE

German premiere of ''A Fairly Tale'', a new piece by Marcela Lucatelli for the acclaimed vocal group Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart. With a vocal range from coloratura soprano via countertenor to black bass, the ensemble examines new sounds vocal techniques, as well as forms of vocal articulation. Music theatre and interdisciplinary work with electronics, video, visual art and literature are as much a part of this research concept as a confrontation with elements of early and modern music. ''A Fairly Tale'' is a performatic vocal piece composed specially for Neue Vocalsolisten by a composer who lives more than believes. Musical material is set in motion, pushed, intertwined - unlocking a hidden souvenir of what it has never been. Fairly well. Death is the fairest thing in the world. Elegantly raw, fairly fine. But fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that beauty can't be beaten. Black gloves, noise, choreography. A scent of political signs. After all, if you ever find yourself in the wrong story, you can't just leave.  

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Run, Run, Run at SPOR Festival - WORLD PREMIERE
May
11
9:00 PM21:00

Run, Run, Run at SPOR Festival - WORLD PREMIERE

“Run, Run, Run” is a brand new solo performance by Marcela Lucatelli in which an offbeat pop universe meets the genre ‘instrumental theatre’ - a specific kind of abstract sound performance. Lucatelli works with the concept of “stand-up song” beyond language. She is on stage all alone without instruments - creating all sounds using her voice. “Run, Run, Run” is based on 12 voice “work-outs” repeated 12 times in different stagings. With an edgy rock and roll-attitude Marcela switches between different almost inhuman sounds from shouting to whining, fragmented soundbites, to opera and familiar pop melodies reinterpreted. Marcela Lucatelli’s works reinvent music as a concept to speak about the times we are living in.

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IMPOSSIBLE PENETRATIONS at SPOR Festival - DANISH PREMIERE
May
10
7:30 PM19:30

IMPOSSIBLE PENETRATIONS at SPOR Festival - DANISH PREMIERE

Thrillingly imaginative creators and virtuosic performers, London composers' collective Bastard Assignments is known for challenging the very limits of what a performance can be, quirkily joining the dots between performance art, installation, composition and improvisation. IMPOSSIBLE PENETRATIONS is Bastard Collective’s first artistic encounter with the radically engaging and dangerously provocative stage art from Brazilian Danish-based composer and vocalist Marcela Lucatelli. IMPOSSIBLE PENETRATIONS is a scrutinised experience of deranged rendezvous, cultural puzzles and gender inquires. Different scenarios evolve, build on top of each other and create new unexpected perspectives. It is theatre created from the method of music composition: the work has a tight frame which is continually challenged by improvisation and the directions by Marcela Lucatelli.

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 ''Four Lilith Valses'' at Naxos Kino - GERMAN PREMIERE
May
7
7:30 PM19:30

''Four Lilith Valses'' at Naxos Kino - GERMAN PREMIERE

German premiere of ''Four Lilith Valses'' (2019), a composition by the Brazilian-Danish composer Marcela Lucatelli, performed by the young virtuoso pianist Leonhard Dering. The premiere will take place at Naxos Kino in Frankfurt, on the occasion of the documentary screening for ''Komponistinnen''. The documentary follows the traces of life and work by four composers of the 19th century, whose works are rarely performed despite their importance and quality: Fanny Hensel (1805-1847), Emilie Mayer (1812-1883), Lili Boulanger (1893-1918) and Mélanie Bonis (1858-1937). The filmmakers Kyra Steckeweh and Tim van Beveren as well as the Frankfurt-based musician Heike Matthiesen, head of the archive archive Frau und Musik, will be there for further panel discussion on the film and related topics. Moderation by Reinhild Bernet.

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Marcela Lucatelli meets Ole Mofjell at Lutter Øre #32
May
2
9:00 PM21:00

Marcela Lucatelli meets Ole Mofjell at Lutter Øre #32

Marcela Lucatelli is a vocalist (among other things). Ole Mofjell is a drummer (he's pretty much a lot drummer). A vocalist and a drummer usually meet up almost randomly in bands or at the backstage exit - but not when they are sound maniacs like Mofjell and Lucatelli! In common they also have a strong physical presence in sound making and an unfathomable curiosity towards building new, intriguing architectures of sounds. Their 10'' vinyl ORAL together with bassist Felipe Zenicola (Chinese Cookie Poets) has been reviewed as ''Terrifying, brutal and noisy''. After a lot of composing, playing and touring within their respective lifes and projects, Marcela Lucatelli and Ole Mofjell will be performing at Lutter Øre as a duo for the absolute first time. Their performatic energy, virtuosity and sonic drive will either drive you mad or bring you on a little single trip to the other side. The duo shares the evening with the sonic artists Ragnhild May and Kristoffer Raasted.

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EHM at Klub Primi ft. Renato Grieco
Apr
16
7:30 PM19:30

EHM at Klub Primi ft. Renato Grieco

With ​Marcela Lucatelli on vocals, ​Erik Kimestad Pedersen on trumpet and ​Henrik Olsson on guitar, EHM focuses on intense and brutal sonic collisions that demand the three musicians to exploit all their inventive powers and extended techniques. They have been described by Free Jazz Blog as "noisy godzillas that enjoy the Danish hygge in a compact, sweaty space". Their debut album, a self-released 10 inch vinyl, was released in July 2017, and has received great reviews. "It’s inhumanly human noise... ...It's a record for those who are curious, without prejudice. It's dangerous and thrilling."​ - Niels Overgård, Jazznyt. Experience EHM for the first time at Copenhagen’s brand new Klub Primi, ft. Neapolitan composer and sound enthusiast Renato Grieco.

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EHM at Galleri 21 in Malmö
Apr
4
7:00 PM19:00

EHM at Galleri 21 in Malmö

‘‘Lucatelli is an abstract vocal artist who with suppressed screams, whine, rattle and gurgle presents an expression which I do not have experience with. She is also an actress, which is a clear point, when she is to be experienced live. The visual expression is both scary and breathtaking. It gives the extra dimension, where one as listener and viewer is blown away by wonder and admiration. Kimestad creates sounds with the trumpet, that are not included in the trumpet manual and Henrik Olsson's unconventional guitar playing is the perfect partner for Lucatelli. It's not music for many. There are many prejudices and ideas that you have to leave behind when you have such an experience. Wild!’’ - Niels Overgård, Jazznyt. The one EHM only, for the first time in Sweden! Another sweaty adventure lead by these noisy godzillas of compact Danish hygge not to be underestimated.

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EHM at BrÖtz in Göteborg
Apr
3
8:00 PM20:00

EHM at BrÖtz in Göteborg

‘‘Lucatelli is an abstract vocal artist who with suppressed screams, whine, rattle and gurgle presents an expression which I do not have experience with. She is also an actress, which is a clear point, when she is to be experienced live. The visual expression is both scary and breathtaking. It gives the extra dimension, where one as listener and viewer is blown away by wonder and admiration. Kimestad creates sounds with the trumpet, that are not included in the trumpet manual and Henrik Olsson's unconventional guitar playing is the perfect partner for Lucatelli. It's not music for many. There are many prejudices and ideas that you have to leave behind when you have such an experience. Wild!’’ - Niels Overgård, Jazznyt. The one EHM only, for the first time in Sweden! Another sweaty adventure lead by these noisy godzillas of compact Danish hygge not to be underestimated.

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Four Lilith Valses premiere by Leonhard Dering
Apr
2
8:00 PM20:00

Four Lilith Valses premiere by Leonhard Dering

Premiere of the ‘‘Four Lilith Valses’’ by the young, virtuoso pianist Leonhard Dering, within his piano recital ‘‘Lilith’Liszt’’. "But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life." (John 4:14). These same words noted Liszt on the score of "Les jeux d 'eaux à la Villa d'Este", from the third part of his "Années de Pélerinage". The piece opens a piano evening, which is certainly about life itself: on a bundled form of brilliant, vital energy in Bach's large partita BWV 829; in an interaction where Beauty is pretty much the Beast, in Beethoven's short, entertaining, however, very progressive Sonata up. 54; under a mystical argument between the two guards of eternal darkness - one before birth and the other after death - with Liszt's powerful B minor Sonata in all his thirst. And further through the night dances also Lilith, the dangerous, sexually uninhibited female '' demon '', to which Marcela Lucatelli has dedicated her "Four Lilith Valses" (2019).

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EHM at 5e's Mandagsklubben
Apr
1
to Apr 2

EHM at 5e's Mandagsklubben

After a long break from playing at Copenhagen’s buzziest club, EHM triumphantly returns to Mandagsklubben as an opener for their first nordic tour. ''Lucatelli is an abstract vocal artist who with suppressed screams, whine, rattle and gurgle presents an expression which I do not have experience with. She is also an actress, which is a clear point, when she is to be experienced live. The visual expression is both scary and breathtaking. It gives the extra dimension, where one as listener and viewer is blown away by wonder and admiration. Kimestad creates sounds with the trumpet, that are not included in the trumpet manual and Henrik Olsson's unconventional guitar playing is the perfect partner for Lucatelli. It's not music for many. There are many prejudices and ideas that you have to leave behind when you have such an experience. Wild!’' - Niels Overgård, Jazznyt.

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Portrætkoncert: Marcela Lucatelli
Mar
31
2:00 PM14:00

Portrætkoncert: Marcela Lucatelli

Marcela Lucatelli can already be hailed as one of the most innovative vocalists and composers of her generation. Born in Brazil and based in Denmark, Marcela has earned international recognition for her extremely original, sensuous and politically charged performance works. On the occasion of one year artistic residency at Kongegaarden in Korsør, Marcela will present a number of new compositions performed by young, stormy music talents, in different constellations and scenic contexts.

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TRANZART: Lucatelli/Søegaard/Strandfelt
Mar
20
8:00 PM20:00

TRANZART: Lucatelli/Søegaard/Strandfelt

This extravagant trio with Marcela Lucatelli on vocals, Fredrik Søegaard on guitar and Henrik Strandfelt on percussion takes over the west coast of Denmark once more to offer them timeless experiences, this time accompanied by Gustave Doré's haunting illustrations of Dante's Inferno. All this within the historical architectonic charm of the Danish National Academy of Music’s concert hall, in Esbjerg.

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Draksler/Lucatelli
Feb
26
10:30 PM22:30

Draksler/Lucatelli

Kaja Draksler and Marcela Lucatelli are two artists working in the intersection between jazz, free improvisation, classical modernism and new music. Both have at a young age taken the most important scenes throughout Europe by storm. With Marcela on vocals and Kaja on piano and objects, this is the first time they can be seen together on stage after a long term mutual admiration.

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EHM at Vinterjazz
Feb
19
8:00 PM20:00

EHM at Vinterjazz

On EHM’s last appearance at Copenhagen Jazz Festival, the danish critic Niels Overgaard wrote: ‘‘Lucatelli is an abstract vocal artist who with suppressed screams, whine, rattle and gurgle presents an expression which I do not have experience with. She is also an actress, which is a clear point, when she is to be experienced live. The visual expression is both scary and breathtaking. It gives the extra dimension, where one as listener and viewer is blown away by wonder and admiration. (...) It's not music for many. There are many prejudices and ideas that you have to leave behind when you have such an experience. Wild!’’ Join us for Vinterjazz 2019 at KoncertKirken for another thrilling sound experience.

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Marcela Lucatelli at Post-Paradise in Birmingham
Jan
25
to Jan 26

Marcela Lucatelli at Post-Paradise in Birmingham

Post-Paradise is a grassroots experimental music concert series run by Zach Dawson, Richard Stenton and Maya Verlaak, a collective of composers based in Birmingham, UK. Now in its second season, Post-Paradise has created a center of activity for new music in the city, programming established and emerging composers from the UK and abroad. For this concert Marcela will prepare a solo program consisting of one-woman miniatures, doubtful material and self-quotations.

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Marcela Lucatelli at allEars 2019
Jan
11
7:00 PM19:00

Marcela Lucatelli at allEars 2019

allEars is an annual festival for improvised music, held in Oslo, Norway. The goal is to present improvised music and related art forms in all its diversity. allEars is a non-profit festival by music enthusiasts for music enthusiasts. Marcela Lucatelli will present an unprecedented solo voice experience specially for this wonderful occasion.

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Marcela Lucatelli x Utku Tavil at Sorgenfri #18
Dec
5
to Dec 6

Marcela Lucatelli x Utku Tavil at Sorgenfri #18

SORGENFRI is back yet again. This time you only get a short notice, but luckily we got a strong international line-up to lure you in. Also this night has a special focus on electro-acoustic, improv and noise. Beware, we have changed location – this time only – to H15 SCENE. H15 SCENE is a located a stones throw from 5e at Halmtorvet 15. For this special evening, Marcela Lucatelli meets the turkish drummer, curator and noise enthusiast Utku Travil. A first time collaboration between Copenhagen's Lucatelli and Utku Tavil who's a constant visitor. Almost a foolproof formula that can go any direction.

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A Fairly Tale for Neue Vocalsolisten
Nov
7
5:00 PM17:00

A Fairly Tale for Neue Vocalsolisten

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Premiere of ''A Fairly Tale'', a new piece by Marcela Lucatelli for the acclaimed vocal group Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart. With a vocal range from coloratura soprano via countertenor to black bass, the ensemble examines new sounds vocal techniques, as well as forms of vocal articulation. Music theatre and interdisciplinary work with electronics, video, visual art and literature are as much a part of this research concept as a confrontation with elements of early and modern music. ''A Fairly Tale'' is a performatic vocal piece composed specially for Neue Vocalsolisten by a composer who lives more than believes. Musical material is set in motion, pushed, intertwined - unlocking a hidden souvenir of what it has never been. Fairly well. Death is the fairest thing in the world. Elegantly raw, fairly fine. But fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that beauty can't be beaten. Black gloves, noise, choreography. A scent of political signs. After all, if you ever find yourself in the wrong story, you can't just leave.  

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Stemmer i Natten - EXTRA CONCERT
Nov
3
6:30 PM18:30

Stemmer i Natten - EXTRA CONCERT

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Let the music and the song swallow you in the dark at this special concert at the Rundetaarn with DR VokalEnsemblet and conductor Marcus Creed. With the intense and expressive choral music of modern masters and young talents, the choir shines sharply at night in all its beauty and vulnerability. Pieces by György Ligeti, Arvo Pärt, Kaija Saariaho, Jesper Koch, Matias Vestergård Hansen, Fintan O'Hare, Bára Gísladottir and Marcela Lucatelli.

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Stemmer i Natten - DR VokalEnsemblet sings The Golden Days (SOLD OUT)
Nov
2
7:30 PM19:30

Stemmer i Natten - DR VokalEnsemblet sings The Golden Days (SOLD OUT)

  • RUNDETÅRN, BIBLIOTEKSSALEN, V. TRINITATIS KIRKE (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Let the music and the song swallow you in the dark at this special concert at the Rundetaarn with DR VokalEnsemblet and conductor Marcus Creed. With the intense and expressive choral music of modern masters and young talents, the choir shines sharply at night in all its beauty and vulnerability. Pieces by György Ligeti, Arvo Pärt, Kaija Saariaho, Jesper Koch, Matias Vestergård Hansen, Fintan O'Hare, Bára Gísladottir and Marcela Lucatelli.

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Marcela Lucatelli i KVAST 10 år Festival
Oct
13
4:00 PM16:00

Marcela Lucatelli i KVAST 10 år Festival

There are no excuses for not playing music by female composers. For far too long, concert hall repertoires have been almost exclusively dominated by male composers, thereby depriving audiences of incredible music. One force that is working for more equal repertoire distribution in our concert halls and on other stages worldwide is the non-profit Association of Swedish Women Composers (Kvinnlig Anhopning av Svenska Tonsättare – KVAST). Kvast is now celebrating 10 years and we are proud to host the anniversary concert here at Konserthuset Stockholm. Marcela Lucatelli is honoured to be a part of this celebration presenting her performance ‘‘Speech of Maria Magdalena to her legions’’ at this wonderful occasion.

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Marcela Lucatelli at KULTURNATTEN 2018
Oct
12
6:00 PM18:00

Marcela Lucatelli at KULTURNATTEN 2018

For this year's Kulturnat, Marcela Lucatelli will be performing in an unpreviewed meeting with great performers and new music makers specially casted by the danish composer, guitarrist and multiinstrumentalist Jørgen Teller. These are Boaz Barkan on movement, Mads Egetoft on saxophones, P.O. Jørgensen on drums and Jørgen Teller on whatever falls to himself, who will be all at Baghold together with Lucatelli, calling for the unpredictable in different arrangements every half an hour.  

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23 stories at Y-E-S fest
Sep
29
9:00 PM21:00

23 stories at Y-E-S fest

Y-E-S is an online platform, a digital publisher and a collective of artists from within different fields of experimental music. Each month at they release musical works that deal with performativity, the physicality of sound, temporality, perceptual perspectives, interactivity and the framework of the concert industry.  To celebrate its first year of existence, the collective is organizing Y-E-S Fest at Agora, the art space located in the historical Kindl brewhouse in Berlin. For this occasion, Marcela Lucatelli will present a new solo version of her work ''23 stories on loosing my breath'', premiered together with Claudia Cervenca and Margarethe Maierhofer-Lischka in Austria in may. 

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EHM at Copenhagen Jazz Festival
Jul
13
8:00 PM20:00

EHM at Copenhagen Jazz Festival

With Marcela Lucatelli on vocals, Erik Kimestad Pedersen on trumpet and Henrik Olsson on guitar, EHM focus on intense and brutal sonic collisions that demand all three musicians to exploit all their inventive powers and extended techniques. Lucatelli, Pedersen and Olsson mutate their voices, breathes and the guitar strings into extreme, chaotic soundscapes that still has some twisted sensual quality. They have been described by Free Jazz Blog as "noisy godzillas that enjoy the Danish hygge in a compact, sweaty space". Their debut album, a self released 10 inch vinyl, was released in 2017, and has received great reviews.

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