Tomorrow I will build a house… where?

By some spec­tac­ular fluke of nature — or rather the spec­tac­ular ini­ti­ative of some won­derful people — the emer­gent, self-organising con­scious­ness that is Tomorrow I will build a house here, if I can hold still is man­aging to tour Europe this December by hop­ping para­sit­ic­ally between mu­si­cians’ bodies. Try to make one of these performances:

06.12 | London | Zinajda Kodrič + Myriam Garcia Fidalgo (clapTON Ensemble)
07.12 | Paris | Paolo Vignaroli + Karolina Öhman
12.12 | Graz | Zinajda Kodrič + Myriam Garcia Fidalgo (Schallfeld Ensemble)
16.12 | Basel | Paolo Vignaroli + Karolina Öhman
20.12 | Berlin | Bettina Junge + Mathis Mayr (en­semble mosaik)

There are fas­cin­ating dif­fer­ences to be dis­covered in the way each duo handles the piece, so suf­fice it to say it’s a pretty ex­citing month for me.

Map of locations of December 2014 performances of ‘Tomorrow I will build a house here, if I can hold still’


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