- 22 Aug 19
The renowned techno artist returns to the National Concert Hall on the 29th of September.
Hendrik Weber, aka Pantha Du Prince, is one of the popstars of the electronic music scene, and he definitely earned his fame. Born 1975 in Bad Wildungen, Germany, he developed a very unique signature sound over the years. Swirling synths, an always present melancholy and his trademark sound, the bells, all together form what is now known as Eiskristalltechno (Spex). His Albums This Bliss and Black Noise are widely considered to be two of the most beautiful electronic albums of the last years. Always stretching out to more experimental fields, Pantha Du Prince’s last collaboration was with Norwegian percussion group The Bell Laboratory with whom he appeared at the NCH.
In his latest project, Pantha Du Prince translates the communication of trees into a new electronic ensemble of musicians called the Conference of Trees in this immersive audio visual performance combining club culture, new music, visual poetry and speculative science.
To celebrate Pantha Du Prince's return to the NCH, we're giving away a pair of tickets to his show!
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