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.
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. Copenhagen's newest house for untamed music and natural wine will be hosting EHM's extreme, chaotic soundscapes and their twisted sensual quality for new, unpredictable sound explorations by these three godzillas that enjoy the Danish hygge in a compact, sweaty space.
“A human being is spirit. But what is spirit? Spirit is the self. But what is the self? The self is a relation that relates itself to itself or is the relation’s relating itself to itself in the relation; the self is not the relation but is the relation’s relating itself to itself.” Søren Kierkegaard.
The singer, performer and composer Lucatelli uses the above Kirkegaard quote as appetizer for the concert. Matryoshka Dogs is Marcela Lucatelli and the italian violinist and viola d'amore player Marco Fusi, and everything in between.
Limmitationes festival is a festival that revolves around the "here and now" and the pool of "JUST MUSIC": no imitations, no decals, but "real music", as some listeners have confirmed. This year's theme INTERSECTIONS presents a celebration where music styles and artistic expressions overlap, and the colourful sounds from diverse countries and practices are interlinked. The festival will host the premiere of 23 stories on losing my breath, a piece for voices, double bass and electronics, created and directed by Marcela Lucatelli and performed by Claudia Cervenca, Margarethe Maierhofer-Lischka and the composer herself in Heiligenkreuz im Lafnitztal, Austria.
The human voice - that is more than just speaking and singing. It is an unrestricted mean of communication as an expression of the untold, as an object of desire for a sounding fetish on and off-stage, and a bearer of cultural identity and inevitably political statements from the intimate core of human body technology. In a half-day workshop, the Brazilian vocalist, performer and composer Marcela Lucatelli gives insight into various vocal techniques that she uses in her musical practice. Together we will improvise, explore connections between breath, voice and movement and discover new vocal potentialities. The workshop is open to all who are interested in voice in terms of performance, singing, music and theater. For registration and/or more information contact Margarethe Maierhofer-Lischka, firstname.lastname@example.org // +43699 10551457.
Multiversal and Brain Pussyfication present the release concerts of Sampler III, a cassette tape where Berlin's underground overflows and Marcela Lucatelli features with another extreme vocal track. For this release concert, she will be challenging another absurd realtime musicker, the Brazilian DIY synth trickster Seht Zahn.
WROTTEN is a piece specially composed for The Riot Ensemble by Marcela Lucatelli, in a close collaboration for Nordic Music Days. The piece will be premiered at Dunkers Kulturhus in Helsingborg, together with other pieces by nordic and english composers.
DR VokalEnsemblet has invited 4 young composers to the workshop to explore the possibilities of the vocal ensemble. During the fall of 2017, the choir and composers in collaboration have found the form and expression of the works presented at this concert. New works by Bára Gisladottir, Matias Vestergård, Fintan O’Hare and Marcela Lucatelli.
The Royal Danish Music Conservatory's festival for new music presents works from Knud Viktor, Xavier Bonfill and Marcela Lucatelli. For this concert Marcela Lucatelli will be premiering permission to love beauty, a live video-performance on what possibly can't go unnoticed.
Marcela Lucatelli proudly joins Bastard Assignments to present Impossible Penetrations. Bastard Assignments are Timothy Cape, Edward Henderson, Caitlin Rowley and Josh Spear, a collective of composer-performers who curate events mainly in south London, as well as showing work across the UK and Europe. Since 2016 we have developed a shared creative practice, making work collaboratively as composers and performers. “Personal, fidgety, thrillingly odd, the works of the London-based foursome are Fluxus for the Facebook generation.” - Igor Toronyi-Lalic for Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival
In their first Open Session while in residence at Snape Maltings, Open Space ensemble Bastard Assignments will be showing a new collaborative work made with Brazilian/Danish composer and vocalist Marcela Lucatelli. The piece Impossible Penetrations will work with language, the body and what Marcela calls “despised objects”.
Eter Festival has invited Marcela Lucatelli to perform together with the swedish composer and performer Max Wainwright, taking advantage of their fellow interest in futility and effort. Max makes experimental electronic and acoustic music, involving free improvisation, adapting to complex systems, and making & using terrible instruments. Together they will engage audience and things in conversation, create a few states of inactive flux and ask themselves how useless or broken objects can be sounded.
The extreme festival Multiversal North is once more passing Copenhagen and Marcela Lucatelli will be featuring at two constellations. Experimental sound, non-music, hard listening and noise with no hype, no crap and no headliners, coming your way. For the second day ELIA / URANES / PALME / LUCATELLI / SZYMON will introduce a fast and furious rear kick for the pleasure of 5e's audience. With Marcela Lucatelli on voice, Gianluca Elia on the sax, Jonatan Uranes on the electric bass, Emil Palme on the electric guitar and Szymon Pimpon at the drums.
The extreme festival Multiversal North is once more passing Copenhagen and Marcela Lucatelli will be featuring at two constellations. Experimental sound, non-music, hard listening and noise with no hype, no crap and no headliners, coming your way. For the first day LUCATELLI / THOMSEN / BOBONY will slow burn and deep fry Mayhem's late night, in order to keep everyone distressfully warm. With Marcela Lucatelli on voice-performance, Asger Thomsen on double bass-preparations and Samuel Bobony at the drums and electronics.
At the end of the year, AUT - Aarhus Unge Tonekunstnere - welcomes us to DOKK1 in Lille Sal where Faces Ensemble will be performing a whole new program set consisting of new visual and performance-based works in between theatre, music and experimental stage art. The ensemble will be premiering *(meetings unplanned), a piece especially commissioned by FACES to Marcela Lucatelli.
Another wild night with EHM, this time at Mandagsklubben. With Marcela Lucatelli on vocals, Erik Kimestad 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. The trio mutate their sounds into extreme, chaotic soundscapes that still has some twisted sensual quality. Like noisy godzillas that enjoy the Danish hygge in a compact, sweaty space.
Cellist and performance artist from Chicago Lia Kohl meets Brazilian CPH-based composer and vocal performer Marcela Lucatelli for a set imprinted with delicacy and wilderness in unknown proportions not to be announced.
A wholeheartedly thanks to Violinbygger Hvamstad for providing Lia Kohl's cello for the occasion.
#Off-Off-Human is the third outcome of a collaborative trilogy between the Chicaco-based ensemble Mocrep and the Brazilian-Italian, CPH-based composer, extended vocalist and performance artist Marcela Lucatelli. Their first collaboration - this is a piece not a WHOL - was developed and presented under the Darmstadt Summer Courses for New Music in 2016. Being exceptionally interested in some of the same contemporary concerns, Mocrep and Marcela Lucatelli have then assured to meet again for a second collaboration under the ensemble’s artistic residency at Mana Contemporary, in Chicago. This fellow process culminated in an one-evening performance - #Off-Human - and a respective installation. For #Off-Off-Human, the ensemble is now hosted by Marcela Lucatelli in Denmark, in partnership with Hotel Pro Forma, where they will offer you the possibility to experience what moves them - and the (un)reasons why. This concert is supported by the Danish Composers' Society and KODA's Collective Cultural Funds.
Mocrep is a Chicago-based ensemble dedicated to the performance of radical, 21st century music that engages with contemporary culture - aesthetically, socially and politically. For this experience, the Brazilian CPH-based composer and vocal performer Marcela Lucatelli invites the eight present members of the ensemble touring Denmark to employ all their outrageous performative capacities and post-instrumentalisms for an improvised set, which goes anywhere but common sense.
With Marcela Lucatelli on vocals, Erik Kimestad 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. The trio mutate their sounds into extreme, chaotic soundscapes that still has some twisted sensual quality. Like noisy godzillas that enjoy the Danish hygge in a compact, sweaty space. On this special night at KoncertKirke they will share the bill with Magpie feat. Kasper Tranberg.
The debut-concert of the brand new trio Kødhånd. The trio consists of drummer Rune Lohse (Horse Orchestra), guitarist Lars Bech Pilgaard (SVIN) and the brazilian/danish/italian vocal phenomenon Marcela Lucatelli. Look out for samba, weird pop, electronic percussion and shit.
EHM! is brazilian/danish Marcela Lucatelli on vocals, norwegian Erik Kimestad Pedersen on trumpet and swedish Henrik Olsen on guitar. EHM! is an expressive and dynamic trio that roots its sounds in the darkest realms of earthy, unnamed feelings. EHM! uses improvisation as a method for investigating the unpredictable and new, as well as what they never could think of. For this concert the combo is also going to be releasing their first 10'' LP specially recorded on tape at Black Tornado Studios in Copenhagen.
After Rome and XM24 Marcela Lucatelli and crew will close the disruptive weekend caravan of Discomfort Dispatch at Micro_Bo for more sound experimentation and uncompromising improvisation. Marcela Lucatelli will push her voice to its limits together with Vincenzo De Gentile and his self-made wicked instruments and Fra Zedde and his no input set.
Marcela Lucatelli will be performing at a renown autonomous and self-managed social centre in Bologna, the XM24 - an italian cultural symbol for anti-fascism, anti-racism and anti-sexism for more than 15 years - for Bologna Elettrica Festival. The composer-performer will be joined by Sara Persico on voice and the electronics of Fra Zedde.
Marcela Lucatelli will be assaulting Rome with her gruesome voice for the first time at this outstanding festival, in a set together with Andrea Ndriu Marziano on guitar and Fra Zedde on electronics. Only unpredictable soundscapes through performative confrontations among musicians who have never interacted with each other before.
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Marcela Lucatelli is going to be part of an online panel at ART TALKS: Arte Sonora, Gênero e Linguagens, an event organised by the brazilian Low Fi – Processos Criativos in partnership with the mexican program of mobility and artistic residencies Flotar, supported by the Goethe-Institut. The initiative aims to promote an exchange environment in which strategies for the insertion of women in the context of electronic and experimental art in Brazil will be discussed, based on the personal experiences of each panel guest and highlighting the events already produced by Flotar in Chicago and Mexico City. Participants on the spot include the curator Juci Reis, the visual artist and producer Andrea May, as well as the sound artists Marina Mapurunga and Milena Kipfmüller.
COISA is back! - The most musically anarchic event in São Paulo, Brazil. This initiative launched by Marcela Lucatelli in a partnership with Trackertower and collaboratively organised by an ever developing group of particular artists has now reached its third edition. Visuals, sounds and performance throughout an evening of non-planned interventions. Recommended for any enthusiastic listener to check it out.
Marcela Lucatelli's PHEW! - The Last Guide for a Western Obituary is going to see the unmerciful tropical sun for the first time at Feira Ladeira of independent publications in Salvador, Brazil. The album is going to be represented by the great net label Sê-lo from Salvador itself.