To celebrate the centenary of Friedrich Wilhelm Mumau’s silent masterpiece Nosferatu, an electro-concert will be improvised by Emmanuelle Parrenin, with Quentin Rollet on the sax and Jérôme Lorichon on synthesiser. Parrenin is well-known for her album Maison Rose (1976); her work with Mélusine; her use of traditional songs; and unorthodox style on the hurdy-gurdy, the spinet and the dulcimer. Rollet has collaborated with Nurse With Wound, Mendelson, The Red Krayola and David Grubbs, to name but a few. Jérôme Lorichon has played in Zombie Zombie, Antilles and Berg Sans Nipple. This will be the second performance of the concert, which premiered at the French cinemateque.
A Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau Stiftung film (www.murnau-stiftung.de) in Wiesbaden.
In partnership with the Goethe-Institut Strasbourg and L’Ososphère.
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