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Basel: FIM 2022 01 25

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FIM zu Gast im H95 - Raum für Kultur, Horburgstr. 95, CH-4057 Basel, 20:15 Uhr


Dienstag, 25. Januar 2022


Elenita Queiroz (St.Gallen) – Tanz
Mara Natterer (Trogen) – Tanz
Boglárka Horváth (St.Gallen) – Schauspiel
Raoul Nagel (St.Gallen) – Multi-Instrumentalist


Lara Süß (Siegen/D) – Stimme, Mikrofon
Jacek Chmiel (Basel) – Objekte, Elektronik


REFLECTION Tanz/Schauspiel trifft Musik

About FIM

FIM Basel The FIM is an independent cultural association for the promotion of improvised music / free improvisation as independent art form and improvisation in dance and performance as well as in connection with others Art branches (literature, poetry, visual arts, conceptual art) in the cultural area of ​​Basel.

Improvised music In the field of music, improvisation / improvisation refers to inventing and realizing at the same time respectively performing music and is used as a design practice in connection with different epochs and styles used. As a name for an independent musical art form, emerged from 1960s terms such as free music, instant composing, non-idiomatic improvisation, free Improvisation, improvisation music, improvised music, real-time music

Application for performances / stage plan We are pleased about your inquiry. Please download the application form with all the important information or request it here . The program for 2022 is already in place, but you can register for 2023. Date 06/30/2022

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Program 2022

The 2022 Programme as a web page: Click this link
A pdf version of the program is available: Click this link

FIM Video

Soizic Lebrat: Violoncello; Heddy Boubaker: Alt- und Basssaxofon. FIM Basel, 30.03.2010


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