Manos Tsangaris, born in Düsseldorf in 1956 and trained under Mauricio Kagel, describes winzig (Tiny) - Music theatre miniatures / Theatre for a house as a series of music-theatre miniatures, or music for a building. Much of his work is concerned with disrupting standard listening environments and utilising space in radical new ways – as he plans to do here at Sentralen. Over a period of three hours, the public are invited to move in small groups between a series of around ten listening stations scattered all over the building. At each stage a performance using lo-fi electronics, self-built instruments and found objects will take place.
These poetic ‘private shows’, for a handful of listeners at a time, are an exclusive meeting with one of Europes most recognized composers.
NB! The audience will be admitted in groups between 21:00-22:00. First group entry at 21:00. We encourage the public to turn up from 21:00 onwards.
With: Cikada, Oslo Domkor, conductor Vivianne Sydnes, Ane Marthe Sørlien Holen, Sigrun Gomnæs, Johanne Byhring, Amund Sjølie Sveen, Erik Dæhlin, Silje Aker Johnsen, Marita Vårdal Igelkjønn, singers from Ensemble 96, et al.
Supported by Sparebankstiftelsen DNB, Arts Council Norway and Goethe Institut Norwegen.