Internationale Plattformen der Münchener Biennale

Seit 2013 veranstaltet die Münchener Biennale regelmäßig internationale Biennale-Plattformen. Sie stellen Labors für szenisch-musikalische Projekte dar, die einer beweglichen, ortsspezifischen und gesellschaftsreflektierenden Idee von Musiktheater verbunden sind. Der mit einer solchen Plattform-Idee verknüpfte Arbeitsansatz befragt den Zusammenhang und das traditionelle Verhältnis von Komposition, Inszenierung, Erzählung, Autorenschaft und Aufführungsort. Projekte, Stücke und Stoffe werden von Anfang an im Team und aus dem gemeinsamen Interesse an formalen und inhaltlichen Fragen entwickelt und diskutiert. Sie sind wesentliche Impulsgeber für das Programm der Münchener Biennale und reflektieren bereits frühzeitig die jeweiligen Festival-Themen, die das Team um Tsangaris und Ott vorschlägt.

Plattform München 2013/2014

Künstler/Künstlerinnen

Beaulieu, Pauline, Regie
Bertermann, Jil, Bühnenbild
Carnevali, Davide, Autor, Schriftsteller
Cohen, Deville, Bildende Kunst/Video
Fandel, Tobias, Pianist
Farace, Ariel, Schriftsteller
Fennessy, David , Komponist
Füsti, Anja, InterpretInnen
Grammel, Christian, Regie
Haensler, Stephanie, Komponistin
Hülcker, Neele, Komponistin
Hummel, Judith, Interpretin
Inamori, Yasutaki , Komponist

Kranabetter, Isabelle, Dramaturgie
Leinfelder, Yvonne, Bildende Kunst/Video
Mahler, Anna-Sophie, Regie
Muntendorf, Brigitta, Komponistin
Murguia, Hugo Morales, Komponist
Öllinger, Johannes, Interpret
Ortmann, Katharina, Dramaturgie
Price, Meriel, Saxophon, Bildende Kunst
Rebgetz, Damian, Interpret
Tropper, Elisabeth, Dramaturgie
van Eck, Cathy, Komponistin
von Lilienstern , Genoël , Komponist

Mentoren & Partner

Daniel Ott
Manos Tsangaris
Malte Ubenauf
Isabel Mundry
Marion Hirte
Robyn Schulkowsky
Cathy Milliken
Dietmar Wiesner
Penelope Wehrli

Landeshauptstadt München Kulturreferat
Goethe-Institut

Plattform Bern 2014

Künstler/Künstlerinnen

Till Wyler von Ballmoos, Regie
Tassilo Tesche, Bild/Raum
Benedikt Schiefer, Komposition
Kristian Hverring, Sounddesign
Benjamin von Bebber, Text/Konzept/Spiel
Leo Hoffmann, Komposition
Leonie Böhm , Dramaturgie

Mathieu Corajod, Kompositio
Simon Dietersdorfer, Schauspiel
Laura Livers, Klavier
Daniel Hellmann, Gesang/Schauspiel
Lena Kiepenheuer, Gesang
Julien Mégroz, Schlagzeug
Nicolas von Ritter, Komposition
Marie Schmitt, Violoncello
Irene Galindo Quero, Komposition

Mentoren & Partner

Katja Bury
Xavier Dayer
Ludger Engels
Peter Kraut
Cathy Milliken
Daniel Ott
Albrecht Pulhmann
Matthias Rebstock
Francoise Rivalland
Pierre Sublet
Malte Ubenauf

Hochschule der Künste Bern
Konzert Theater Bern
Münchener Biennale

Plattform Buenos Aires 2015

Künstler/Künstlerinnen

Liliana Albornoz, Lima, Peru Performance/Theater
Magdalena Arau, La Plata, Argentinien Film
Ignacio Bartolone, Buenos Aires, Argentinien Theater
Franco Córdoba Bridarolli, , Argentinien Komponist
Juan Coulasso, Buenos Aires, Argentinien Theater
Felipe De Almeida Ribeiro, Curitiba, Brasil Komponist
Ariel Farace, Buenos Aires, Argentinien Theater
Pablo Garretón Izquierdo, Santiago, Chile Komponist
Michelle Moura, Curitiba, Brasil Tanz
Fernando Ocampo, México, vive en Santiago, Chile Architektur/Theater
Valentín Pelisch, Buenos Aires, Argentinien Komponist
Alan Poma, Lima, Peru Sound Art
Florencia Gil Rodríguez, Buenos Aires, Argentinien Visuelle Künste
Gabriel Rud, Buenos Aires, Argentinien Visuelle Künste
Diego Taranto, Buenos Aires, Argentinien Komponist
Osías Yanov, Buenos Aires, Argentinien Visuelle Künste

Mentoren

Daniel Ott
Alejandro Tantanian
Robyn Schulkowsky
Isabel Mundry
Carola Dürr

Partner

Ein Projekt des Goethe Instituts und der Münchener Biennale - Festival für Neues Musiktheater
In Kooperation mit Maestría en Ópera Contemporánea de la Universidad  Nacional de Tres de Febrero, Panorama Sur y el Ciclo de Conciertos de Música Contemporánea del Teatro San Martín
mit der Unterstützung von Allianz Argentina

Plattform Lima 2015

Künstler/Künstlerinnen

Sergio Anchiraico, Performer/Video
Mario Ballón, Performer/Tänzer
Dante del Águila, Performer
Carlos Delgado, Video
María Gil, Performerin
Yemit Ledesma, Komponist
Diego Molina, Malerei
Mia Noel, Tänzerin
Andrés Salas, Performer
Pauchi Sassaki, Musiker/Komponist
Moyra Silva, Tänzerin
Juan Diego Tobalina, Malerei
José Urteaga, Architekt
Alejandra Valera, Video/Tanz
Alejandra Vieira, Tänzerin
Karin Zielinski, Komponistin

Mentoren & Partner

Mentoren
Carola Dürr
Daniel Ott

Partner
Goethe-Institut Lima

Plattform Starnberger See 2015

Künstler/Künstlerinnen

Nicolas Kuhn, Komponist
Anna Maria Münzner, Bühnen- und Kostümbildnerin
Miika Hyytiäinen, Komponist
Babylonia Constantinides, Bühnenbildnerin/Neue Medien

Mentoren & Partner

Daniel Ott
Manos Tsangaris

Villa Waldberta
Haus Buchenried der Münchner Volkshochschule


Plattform München 2015/2016

Künstler/Künstlerinnen

Saskia Bladt, Komponistin
Kai Duncan David, Komponist
Hanna Eimermacher, Komponistin
Sarah Raphael Hoemske, Bühnen- und Kostümbildnerin
Marie Holzer, Bühnenbildnerin
Calle de Hoog, Bühnenbildnerin
Clara Ianotta, Komponistin
Georgia Koumara, Komponistin
Anna Lugmeier, Bühnenbildnerin
Frederik Nyerinck, Komponist

Mentoren & Partner

Daniel Ott
Manos Tsangaris
Marion Hirte
Robyn Schulkowsky
Penelope Wehrli
Christine Fischer

Musik der Jahrhunderte

Plattform Hongkong 2016

Curatorial Team / Mentor's Team

Kung Chi-shing, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority
Manos Tsangaris, Munich Biennial for New Music Theatre, co-director
Isabel Mundry, Zurich University of the Arts, prof. for composition
Nuria Krämer, Connecting Spaces Hong Kong – Zurich (only Hong Kong platform)
Patrick Müller, Connecting Spaces Hong Kong – Zurich
Michael Simon, Zurich University of the Arts, prof. for stage design (only Zurich platform)
N.N., dramaturgy Munich Biennial (only Hong Kong platform II)

Partner

Münchner Biennale für neues Musiktheater / Munich Biennial for New Music Theatre
West Kowloon Cultural District Authority
Connecting Spaces Hong Kong – Zurich / Zurich University of the Arts
Goethe-Institut Hong Kong

West Kowloon Cultural District Authority

The West Kowloon Cultural District Authority is a statutory body established by the Hong Kong SAR Government in 2008 under the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority Ordinance (Cap. 601), responsible for developing the West Kowloon Cultural District. Governed by the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority Ordinance and the Board, and led by an executive team comprising experts from different sectors, our vision is to build a vibrant cultural quarter for the city, dedicated to bringing together local and international artists and audiences to be inspired and to celebrate the arts. We aim to build a vital platform for young, emerging and established artists to experiment, create and collaborate; a place where people of all backgrounds come to explore, participate and be stimulated; and a home for imaginative world-class exhibitions, performances and other cultural events to take place. To facilitate the development of the district, a number of committees specialising in different areas, were established by the Board. A consultation panel was also setup to gather public views on matters related to the functions of Authority.

Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK)

Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK) is a vibrant centre for teaching, research, and production excellence. While firmly anchored in Greater Zurich, our influence extends well beyond Switzerland to the wider international stage. We offer a broad range of degree programmes and further education courses in education, design, film, art & media, dance, theatre, and music. Closely interrelating teaching and research, we provide an ideal setting for transdisciplinary projects. Committed to bridging higher education, professional practice, and the interests of the wider public, we showcase the work and achievements of our staff and students in our own exhibition spaces, theatres, and various dance and concert halls. Our Theatre of the Arts presents cutting-edge student productions, our concert halls are home to concerts almost every day, and the Mehrspur Music Club offers a wide variety of pop and jazz concerts. Our affiliated museums—the Museum of Design and the Bellerive Museum—present a rich array of acclaimed art and design exhibitions. Hosting over 600 events each year, we make a significant contribution to cultural life in the city and region of Zurich.

Connecting Spaces Hong Kong – Zurich

Connecting Spaces Hong Kong – Zurich is a transdisciplinary and transcultural project, an initiative by Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK). Its two principal objectives are to explore perspectives and opportunities for cooperation between Hong Kong and Zurich and to consider the future of arts universities in the globalized twenty-first century. Connecting Spaces rests firmly on the principle of cooperation. It aims to stimulate mutual exchange between Hong Kong and Zurich on the level of concrete cultural practices.
Connecting Spaces is a hub and an exploratory platform for collaborative projects between Zurich University of the Arts and various institutions in Hong Kong. At ZHdK, Connecting Spaces involves staff and students and investigates various teaching, production, and research formats. In Hong Kong, the project addresses actors from different  educational and cultural institutions. Connecting Spaces is aimed at stable cooperation and at firmly established curricular elements with distinct thematic focuses. Connecting Spaces is an exploratory try-out project that brings together and fosters:
-         Communication and exchange between local and global creative  perspectives;
-         Collaborative projects and transdisciplinary approaches;
-         Interconnecting physical spaces to create a positive atmosphere for discourse, research, and creative production.