Trevor Wishart first ever KB Visiting Professor @ The Hague


De componist van computermuziek en auteur Trevor Wishart (UK, 1946) is benoemd tot Konrad Boehmer Visiting Professor voor muzikale vernieuwing aan het Koninklijk Conservatorium in Den Haag. Wishart zal zich in een periode van twee maanden (april-mei 2016) richten op de samenhang tussen zijn theoretische en filosofische ideeën en de praktijk van het componeren met digitale middelen.

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Elektrisches Musiktheater SENSOR in Berlin!


SENSOR, a work of "electric music theater" written by Konrad Boehmer and librettist Albert Ostermaier, was given its first performance on January 23, 2016 at the Tischelerei in Berlin. See the KBF facebook page for video, background, reviews and more. Until January 29 @ the Deutsche Oper. Broadcast on Deutschlandradio Kultur scheduled for February 20, 2016. 


Konrad Boehmer Foundation on SoundCloud


The KBF will be posting Konrad related material on their SoundCloud page. Listen HERE


NEW: Nach Köln / Naar Keulen: Konrad's memoirs


Just published:

Konrad Boehmer, Nach Köln: Eine Auswahl aus Konrad Boehmer's Memoiren / Naar Keulen: Een selectie uit Konrad Boehmers memoires, edited by Sander van Maas and Kees Tazelaar, trans. Erwin Roebroeks (Amsterdam: Konrad Boehmer Foundation, 2015), 111 pp. 

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June 2 @ Muziekgebouw "Non, je ne regrette rien..."


The Konrad Boehmer Foundation presents the KONRAD BOEHMER FOUNDATION

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January 2016 in Berlin - Sensor (Bewegungsmelder) at Deutsche Oper


A work of electric musical theatre by Konrad Boehmer and Albert Ostermaier.
World premiere at the Deutsche Oper Berlin: January 23, 2016 at the Tischlerei

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Konrad Boehmer dies at 73


On Saturday 4 October 2014, the composer and music critic Konrad Boehmer (born 24 May 1941 in Berlin) died in Amsterdam at the age of 73. He had suffered a cerebral infarction on 10 August while on holiday in the south of France, and since 24 August had been cared for at the Onze Lieve Vrouwe Gasthuis (OLVG) in Amsterdam. 

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