Sunday, 15th December 2019

Carolina Eyck Concert

Workshop and Concert by Carolina Eyck
Saturday, 23rd November at 11.00a.m. Workshop at YMCA Head Office, Valletta
Saturday 23rd November Concert “Caroline Eyck – Elegies for Theremin & Voice” at the Grand Salon Hall, National Museum of Archeology, Valletta. Doors open at 19:15 hours.

Online ticketing page for Concert: Click here

Electronic Music Malta has invited Carolina who is currently touring with her solo program for Theremin & Voice to perform in Malta.

By singing without lyrics, voice and theremin often merge symbiotically and can no longer be distinguished from each other. The voice gives the theremin something human, the theremin her voice something unapproachable. With loops and a variety of sound effects, Carolina develops whole choirs and extends the theremin’s color palette.

Carolina has conducted workshops, lectures and master classes worldwide.

The theremin is an electronic musical instrument which was invented in 1919 by the Russian physicist Leon Theremin. Besides its unusual appearance, the theremin is also unique in that it is played without being touched.

The event is being sponsored by the German-Maltese Circle.

More info: electronicmusicmalta@gmail.com

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