Theremin Spring Academy Leipzig: March 30 - April 3, 2016
The next Spring Academy in Leipzig/Germany will be held by Thierry Frenkel and Carolina Eyck from March 30 - April 3, 2016. During these days we will offer individual and group lessons, workshops, Thierry's theremin repair shop and concerts.
April 1 / 19:00 / " Deutsch-Syrischer Abend" Carolina Eyck (theremin), Aktham Abou Fakher (oud), Volker Hemke (bass clarinet) and Adel Karasholi (speaker) / Oberlichtsaal, Stadtbibliothek
April 3 / 14:00 / Private Students concert at Lyzeum für Klavier
Workshop (also online available via live-stream):
April 3 / 15:00 / "Basics & First Aid" with Thierry Frenkel and Carolina Eyck at Lyzeum für Klavier
We would be very happy to welcome you to our academy!
Some months ago, I started a video series called Theremin Sessions. My purpose was to present the theremin to everybody interested and show its great variety in music and sounds. If you have watched it, you might have noticed that the video background changed for almost every session. I created the setting myself and added a new coat of paint to the canvases for every video.
There are now 11 layers on 11 canvases and they look very alive to me, so I thought it was time to present them to you. They are a total work of art, but can also be seen as individual paintings.
The next layer of color will be put on canvas before the first Theremin Session in January 2016. If you would like to purchase one of the paintings in its current state, contact me and send me an offer! :) Click here to see all paintings in detail.
See you soon!
Duo with Touch Guitar: Theremin Session #12
Smile - Charlie Chaplin: Theremin Session #11
In her new Theremin Session Carolina plays Charlie Chaplin's "Smile" and also improvises on a recording she has made of sheets of ice breaking on a frozen lake in the middle of the night.
June 2 Waterloo, Canada
July 7 Lichtenwalde, Germany
Duo with Marius Leicht
July 13-17 Colmar, France
for more dates see Calendar
German-born musician and composer Carolina Eyck is one of the world’s foremost theremin virtuosi. After her debut in the Berlin Philharmonic... (
is an early electronic musical instrument controlled without physical contact from the player. It is played without being touched.
Along with playing orchestra and chamber music worldwide, Carolina's projects include collaborations with guitar, jazz band and classical piano.
(watch on YouTube )