Don Juan reimagened as a contemporary dance & techno acoustic dance performance premiered at INTERNATIONALE GLUCK FESTSPIELE summer 2019.
choreography: Fukiko Takase | music by Daniel Brandt & Frieder Nagel | dancers: Martin Anguili, Aika Tsuchida, Thomas Rohe, Sarah Enrich
Bertran, Stephen Quildan | Ballet Masters: Po Lin Tung, Davide Di Pretoro | costumes: Tanja Jesek | dramaturgy: Rainer Mennicken | production: Internationale Gluck Festspiele | project
management: Frieder Nagel | musicians: Wolfgang Aue, Anja Schaller, Cornelius Bönsch, Daniel Brandt, Frieder Nagel | photography by Ludwig Olah
Field Trip is an open source documentary about an unconventional place: Tempelhof Field - an airfield in the heart of Berlin metropolis. Field Trip tells the story of what, for some, is a 300 hectare free urban paradise, for others a place of forced labour, and for yet more a safe haven. By using the technique of open hypervideo and intense on-site and online community development, Field Trip aims at becoming a living documentary.
directed by Eva Stotz | produced by Ronja Film in collaboration with Tagesspiegel | music by Frieder Nagel | premiered summer 2019
The musicvideo promotes the latest release "Flamingo" by Daniel Brandt, co-founder of the legendary Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble. Filmed at the infamous club location E-Werk it takes its viewer to an audiovisuell art installation showcasing the artists band stand and light installation.
directed by Daniel Brandt | produced by Frieder Nagel | DoP: Andreas Waldschütz | released by Erased Tapes London 2018
Frieder Nagel presents his first symphony "Ostinato" in a collaborative project with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin and David August. A live performance
and hybrid force showcasing a 50 piece classical symphonic orchestra, coupled with the electronic arsenal of the musician - premiered 2016 at Radialsystem V, Berlin.
composed by: Frieder Nagel | conductor: Norbert Nagel | orchestra: Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin (DSO) | performed and recorded at: Radialsystem V Berlin | recording engineer: Holger Schwark | recording producer: Sebastian Nattkemper | mixed by: Frieder Nagel | scenography by: Tim Vermeulen (SIDF) | supported by: Holger de Buhr (VUE Audio)
Soundtrack for 10 short portraits about a generation of photographers born in the German Democratic Republic and their specific view due to the breadown of the berlin wall and the Soviet Union - including acclaimed photographers like Andreas Mühe or Julian Röder. The short films were shown as part of the exhibition "Der Dritte Blick" at Willy Brandt Haus Berlin and Stadtgalerie Kiel from 2015-2016.