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2019

More performances this year of the new large scale production Everything that happened and would happen in New York, Bochum and St. Petersburg. Several exhibitions and installations, concerts with solo-, chamber- and ensemble-compositions, more Eislermaterial with Ensemble Modern "live" and at least three entire cycles of Surrogate Cities in Basel and Seattle - including a new composition for large orchestra commissioned by the Seattle Symphony. More info's later - Please check the details for upcoming performances here.


Everything that happened and would happen

New Production by Heiner Goebbels coming very soon: Everything that happened and would happen is a large scale three hour performance with about 20 dancers, performers and musicians at Manchester International Festival.
A coproduction of Artangel, 14-18 NOW, Park Avenue Armory and Ruhrtriennale. Check the trailer & the dates in the calender and today's article in THE NEW YORK TIMES and THE GUARDIAN


On her radar

In the sunday edition of THE GUARDIAN the BBC 6 Music DJ Mary Anne Hobbs’s mentioned Everything that happened and would happen as her personal Nr.1 theatre highlight: "Heiner Goebbels’s epic three-hour performance piece explores the many dimensions of history between the first world war and the present day. It was set in a vast, dystopian former railway yard in Manchester in October and I found it deeply meditative. The director drew together elements of theatre, modern dance, experimental live music and architectural lighting design, while the performers built and collapsed their own beautiful sets as the show unfolded. The live narration spinning all the way through the piece suggested to me that history is incomplete, corrupt, full of confusion, and interpreted differently from every perspective."


"thrillingly imaginative..."

describes Ivan Hewett, Classical Music Critic of The Telegraph, Heiner Goebbels' latest music theatre production Everything that happened and would happen in his retrospection of this year's performances (dec. 18th).