Mia Zabelka

onsdag 11.5
21:30 - 23:00

Tipsa en vän
Enligt Time Out New York låter hon som det kärleksbarn Laurie Anderson och Diamanda Galas hade kunnat få ihop. Lägg därtill att Mia Zabelka har spelat mycket med förra årets MADE-provokatör Lydia Lunch och ni fattar att vi inte kunde låta bli att boka denna spektakulära violinist. Men det är framförallt hennes unika sound som vi har fallit för.

Mia Zabelka spelar inte bara fiol, utan använder sig också av ljuden från sitt eget innanmäte. Med hjälp av små kontaktmikrofoner och medicinsk utrustning, förstärker hon de ljud som produceras av hennes inre organ och förvandlar dem till elektroakustiska kompositioner. 

Det hela blir en oförglömlig perfomancekonsert där Mia Zabelskas improvisation förenas med hennes vokala tolkningar av poeten Walt Whitmans undersköna texter.

"I sing the Body electric;/The armies of those I love engirth me, and I engirth them;/They will not let me off till I go with them, respond to them, /And discorrupt them, and charge them full with the charge of the Soul."
Walt Whitman

In English

 
According to Time Out New York magazine, she sounds like the love child Laurie Anderson and Diamanda Galas could have had together. Add to that the fact that Mia Zabelka has often played together with last year's MADE provocateur, Lydia Lunch, and you will understand why we just couldn't resist booking this spectacular violinist. But, above all, it's her unique sound we've fallen for.

Mia Zabelka does not just play the violin – she also uses sounds created by her own body. With the help of small contact microphones and medical equipment, Zabelka amplifies the sounds produced by her inner organs and transforms them into electroacoustic compositions. 

Combined with her violin, this culminates into an unforgettable performance concert in which Zabelka's improvisation marries with her vocal interpretations of Walt Whitman's exquisitely beautiful poetry.

"I sing the Body electric;/The armies of those I love engirth me, and I engirth them;/They will not let me off till I go with them, respond to them, /And discorrupt them, and charge them full with the charge of the Soul."
Walt Whitman