Carolina Eyck joins the Apollo chamber players for her first ever concert in the Bayou City, with an arresting theremin-featuring septet by Czech composer Martinu, solo works for theremin and voice and the Fantasias for theremin and string quartet by Carolina Eyck.
Carolina Eyck und der Klang ihres Theremins werden als besonderes Highlight bei der Verleihung des DEUTSCHEN FILMMUSIKPREISES 2018 im Steintor-Varieté Halle zu erleben sein.
Carolina Eyck (theremin) and Bertram Burkert (guitar) at Southern University of Science and Technology in China in Shenzhen
Carolina Eyck and Christopher Tarnow playing romantic pieces for piano and theremin, "Intermezzo No. 1" (Christopher Tarnow, 2014) and "Sonata for theremin and piano No. 1" (Christopher Tarnow, 2013).
Carolina Eyck (theremin), Karel Kosarek (piano), Christopher Tarnow (piano), Zlin Alzbeta Jamborova (oboe) + string quartet (Lubomir Havlak, Libor Kanka, Zbynek Padourek and Jitka Vlasankova)
With this years theme ‘Face It’ Carolina Eyck and other speakers will be giving insight to technology, science, personal stories, challenges and face topics we usually don’t come in touch with.
Carolina creates layers of sound colors with her voice and theremin, playing with loops and effects. The style of the music varies between jazz, contemporary and experimental. While many parts are composed, there is always space for improvisations.