A programme by Performing Arts Fund NL to promote Dutch music, theatre and dance abroad.
29 Jul. → 31 Jul. '21Berlin, Germany

Dutch music at A L’ARME! Festival 2021

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Moondog Project
Peter Zegveld & Terrie Ex. Photo: Tim Ditzel
Genevieve Murphy
Dutch Performing Arts and A L’ARME! Festival join forces to present music from the Netherlands in Germany. The festival's ninth edition, taking place from 29-31 July 2021 in Berlin, features performances by Moondog Project, Genevieve Murphy & Andy Moor, and Peter Zegveld & Terrie Ex.
A L’ARME! is Berlin’s festival for noise, improvisation and ecstatic sounds, presenting 13 acts, 18 concerts and 40 musicians. Kicking off with a free open-air opening night, the festival then moves indoors at Radialsystem on the banks of the Spree river. A L’ARME! explores various states of listening and feeling, celebrating live performances and lively interactions with the audience.

Dutch line-up

The following Netherlands-based artists and international group with a Dutch twist are part of the festival programme, with the support of Dutch Performing Arts:

Genevieve Murphy & Andy Moor - 'The One I Feed'
29 July 2021 at 21:30 & 22:15, Radialsystem, Saal

Genevieve Murphy (NL/GB) - spoken words, analogue tape
Andy Moor (NL/UK) - electric guitar

Peter Zegveld & Terrie Ex
30 July 2021 at 21:30, Radialsystem, Halle

Peter Zegveld (NL) - sound machines
Terrie Ex (NL) - electric guitar

Lapsus Lumine plays Moondog Project
30 July 2021 at 23;45, Radialsystem, Halle

Marta del Grandi (IT) - vocals
Sabrina Oggero Viale (IT) - vocals
Erika Sofia Sollo (IT) - vocals
Stefano Risso (IT) - double-bass
Ernst Reijseger (NL) - cello
Jim Black (DE/US) - drums

Moondog Project is a collaboration between contemporary music ensemble Lapsus Lumine (from Turin, Italy), Netherlands-based cellist Ernst Reijseger and American drummer Jim Black. The group debuted at the Torino Jazz Festival in 2019.

More information?

For more information about the festival programme, visit the website of A'LARME!.