All that nothing causing all that thing

Music is often used in various fields of creative work, but rarely is it reflected upon as a tool in itself. Through exemplary case studies my masterclasses / seminars / workshops investigate music as a generative and compositional tool and begin exploring the role it can play in other fields of creative work.
Engaging with music not only emotionally, but analytically and critically can inform and encourage further inquiry. The many things that are used in our work have multiple inherent layers which can all be exposed. Once we’ve developed an inquisitive relationship to these things we can apply their structure and form as well as derive techniques for our compositional and creative process.

teaching language: english and/or german

requirements: professional audio monitoring system, piano (acoustic or stage piano), projector and screen

5-20 students

web: http://hauf.klingt.org
email: hauf@klingt.org

Multi-intrumentalist, composer and performer Boris Hauf plays saxophones, flutes, synths, organ, various computer-based applications, cymbals, bells, rudimentary guitar and sings. He composes for large and small ensembles, performance artists, film, radio, soloists, video and installation art. He initiated and curated the annual composition festival Chicago Sound Map in Chicago and the concert series Playdate in Berlin and lectures at the Art University in Berlin and various Art-Institutes.
Hauf tours worldwide in a variety of bands, ensembles as well as in various performative contexts and if necessary as a solo artist.
As performer and composer he collaborates closely with Choreographers Christina Ciupke, Martin Nachbar, Karen Christopher and many others with in the performance context.
Current projects include Owl & Mack, Postmarks, Next Delusion, Hauf/ Heather, Siewert/ Weber.
More than 40 CD, Vinyl and online releases.
Boris Hauf lives in Berlin, Germany.