Hassan Khan, Uriel Barthelemi & Andre Vida

Minimalism, subtle dancing, shimmering noise, piano meltdowns, hypertrap and supersax.

Three musical mavericks on stage together for the first time.

Internationally renowned for their very distinct instrumental voices, they intimately connect electronic and acoustic music and make genres shake their booties.

Uriel Barthelemi plays Drums and Electronics. Uriel is normally based in Paris where he works as drummer and composer, always pushing the concept of performance and improvising to new realms.

Hassan Khan plays feedbacking mixer, contact mics and piano. Hassan lives in Egypt but tours the world regularly with his renowned visual art and music. Hassan was recently won the Silver Lion for the “most promising young artist” 2017 at the Venice Biennale.

Andre Vida plays Saxophone and Vocoder. Berlin-based composer and saxophonist André Vida has performed widely as a soloist and has collaborated with a diverse group of artists including Olof Dreijer, Anthony Braxton, Kevin Blechdom, Tarek Atoui, Hildur Gudnadottir, Max Loderbauer, Rashad Becker, Nico Dockx, Tino Sehgal, and Jamie Lidell.