“Intuitive Music and More with Electronics“ 

International 3-day seminar directed by Markus Stockhausen

Markus Stockhausen

The issue of this special workshop is the exploration of Intuitive Music, using mainly electronic instruments, or conventional instruments with electronic enrichments / sound manipulations. Singers with electronic devices can also participate.

The level of the participants should be advanced, not beginners. Maximum 12 participants.

For further information about Intuitive Music and More please refer to:

Intuitive Music and More


Workshop Schedule

July 11th, 2016:
11.00 set up instruments
16-20 workshop I

July 12th
10-13 workshop II
16-19 workshop III

July 13th
10-13 workshop IV
17 installation for concert 
21 concert

Monday, 11. July 2016 -
Wednesday, 13. July 2016

Mo., 11.00 - Mi., 23.30

Pavilion Palmanova, Forte Marghera
Via Forte Marghera
Venice-Mestre, Italy

Workshop Fee: 
270 €, dinners & lunches included

After the 30th of March:
300 €, dinners & lunches included
+ Live Arts Cultures Association fee: 3 € 

Additional guest house fee: 15€ per night

Participants are kindly invited to come the day before (July 10th, 2016) for registration and accommodation processes.

Subscriptions and informations.
Please write to: electronicgirls.fest@gmail.com


Live Arts Cultures HERE you can find some picture of the space HERE you can find some picture of Forte Marghera

Markus Stockhausen (b. 1957)

is one of the few trumpet soloists who can move effortlessly between contemporary, classical music and modern jazz. For about 25 years he collaborated closely with his father, the composer Karlheinz Stockhausen, who has composed many beautiful works for him. Markus’s approach to the creation of “intuitive music” is influenced by post-bop, free jazz, world music, electronica, classical and ambient music, and takes advantage of his outstanding command of the instrument. 

An early recording with pianist Rainer Brüninghaus (Continuum, ECM) finds him weaving intricate and electrifying lines on trumpet, flugelhorn and piccolo trumpet. His subsequent work with bassist Gary Peacock, guitarist Ralph Towner, his frequent collaborations with bassist Arild Andersen and percussionist Patrice Héral (Kàrta, Joyosa, Electric Treasures), his numerous duo collaborations, notably with Tara Bouman on clarinets: Moving Sounds, with jazz pianist Florian Weber: Inside Out, with the hungarian guitar virtuoso Ferenc Snétberger, and earlier on with his brother, Simon Stockhausen, his trio Lichtblick with pianist Angelo Comisso and drummer Christian Thomé, now in a new quartett called Quadrivium with cellist Jörg Brinkmann, his recent collaboration with Jasper van’t Hof and Joey Baron, as well as his solo concerts, often together with a special light design by Rolf Zavelberg, have all yielded fresh perspectives.

As a composer he has received commissions from, among others, the RIAS Chamber Choir, The London Sinfonietta, the Orchestra d‘Archi Italiana, the Winterthur Chamber Orchestra, the Cheltenham Music Festival and The 12 Cellists from the Berlin Philharmonic. In 2007 he wrote „Tanzendes Licht“ for trumpet, big band and string orchestra for the Swiss Jazz Orchestra and the Camerata Bern, as well as „Symbiosis“, a double concerto for clarinet and trumpet with string orchestra, comissioned by the Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra. In 2009 he composed „Oliver’s Adventures“ for children’s orchestra and choir, in 2011 „Yin“ and „Yang“ for the Metropole Orchestra, premiered at the Muziekgebouw Amsterdam for the Holland Festival. Also in 2011 he wrote „GeZEITen“ for about 600 musicians, comissioned by the Niedersächsische Musiktage in Cuxhaven. In 2012: „Ein Glasperlenspiel“ for solo trumpet and accordeon orchestra, 2013: „Das Erwachende Herz“ for solo trumpet, clarinet, voice and symphony orchestra, comissioned and performed by the Hamburger Symphoniker.
More than 80 CDs document his work. Regularly he gives workshops on Intuitive Music and More and seminars in Singing and Silence.

Further seminars with Intuitive Music: