An instrumental part of the Esch2022 European Capital of Culture celebration, the Future Frequencies initiative emerged from a desire to not just celebrate the existing culture of the Luxembourgish region but nurture its new generation. With this aim in mind, bold, effective, and forward-thinking collaboration was a must in carrying out this music production and composition workshop — and few contenders were likely to live up to the task better than established European electronic music producers Frank Wiedemann and Matthew Herbert.
Oddly and fortunately enough, in spite of all adversity, it’s been an extraordinary ride. It’s hard to foresee a reaction to a challenge unless directly confronted with it. In our case, thankfully, the past year has demonstrated an unsuspected perseverance and adaptability to change — within less than a year, we’ve fully transitioned from live, staged to hybrid.
We are thrilled to present our interview with Gabriela Flores, Creative Producer at battleROYAL for the Esch2022 Launch. We spoke with her about how her background in theatre and literature impacted her approach to the project, inspiring her to draw from local stories.
This week, we interviewed Michael Masberg, our Associate Creative Director and storytelling mastermind. We spoke with him about how his background in theatre, role-playing games and novel writing shapes his approach to story and dramaturgy for bR projects in general, and the Esch2022 launch specifically.
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- How does the sound of a region sound like? Our Future Frequencies initiative has the answer
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