brigitta muntendorf

*News* Trilogy for two pianos is the winner of the German Record Critics’ Award 2023

The new CD & Blue-ray of Trilogy for two pianos played by GrauSchumacher Piano Duo with a stereo and 5.1. recording and published at bastille musique is the winner of the German Record Critics’ Award 2023 in the category Contemporary Classical Music!

*News* ORBIT - A WAR SERIES for AI-voices, electronics and 3D-Audio will be premiered at La Biennale di Venezia - Biennale Musica 2023

“The multi-faceted creativity of the Venice Biennale in the field of live performance is enriched this year, with more financial resources, more performances and new interdisciplinary initiatives, especially productions and commissions. Thus of the more than 450 artists in the three festivals of theatre (15 June – 1 July), dance (13 -29 July) and music (16 – 29 October) not all will be interesting or surprising, but certainly such an impressive and qualitatively important mass of performances, ballets and concerts and of personalities among masters and new artists from 30 different countries of the world is an event in itself. And not to be missed if one looks at the names ranging from Romeo Castelluci at the Fortezza di Volterra Company to the surprising FC Bergman, from the company of dancer Carlos Acosta, to choreographer Pontus Lidberg, and among the musicians from pioneer Morton Subotnick, John Zorn to performer and musician Robert Henke or Brigitta Muntendorf who with Orbit makes female voices filtered by artificial intelligence to scream the conflicts fought over women’s bodies.” (La Repubblica)

Furthermore: Mentorship of the 8-week long Biennale College Musica 2023 together with Miller Puckette, Gerfried Stocker, Kyoka, Thierry Coduys and Oscar Pizzo.

*News* XR-Sciene Award for kin_

The performance kin_ is awarded with the XR Science Award. Since 2018, the DIVR (German Institute for Virtual Realities) has honored outstanding scientific achievements in the XR field with a Science Award. The prestigious award has been given in the past to scientists from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and is the largest of its kind.