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Fantasy Basel

“Hirt” is exhibited during Fantasy Basel, presented by the Swiss Game Developers Association. Fantasy Basel is the largest convention for film, games and comics in Switzerland. Hirt is an upcoming multiplayer game that I’m producing the music for.

Fantasy Basel

Tanzfest

I’m going to do some live improv during Tanzfest Aarau with “Wonderland” by Makiko Ito from Amsterdam. In addition some of my music is featured in “Gravity”.
See the full program here.
“Das Tanzfest” was founded 2006 in Zürich and is taking place in 36 Cities all over Switzerland.
Tanzfest 2019

Capital of Mae La

Teaser for an upcoming documentary by Belle Promchanya that I’m writing the music for. The film is about one of the longest-running refugee camps in the world along the border of Thailand and Myanmar. Capital of Mae La premieres in Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam with more screenings coming up at the University of Amsterdam and in Thailand.
More info can be found here

Dagu

Just finished writing music for this movie. “Dagu” is about the role of social media in dictatorships. The film will premiere at the African Film Festival in Luxor, Egypt as part of the short film selections.

Dagu

Schnecke Trailer #2

“Das Geräusch einer Schnecke beim Essen”. 4 / 5 April Theater am Gleis Winterthur. 8 / 9 November ThiK Baden.
Video Design: David Haneke
Director: Irene Schaltegger
Actors: Cornelia Hanselmann, Ruth Huber.
Music: Christoph Scherbaum

CineKid audience award

The VR game “Flotsam Fluke” won the audience award at the CineKid Festival Amsterdam. The game is a project by Stefan Schäfer with Derk Over (game design), Julian Hana (programming), Christoph Scherbaum (music and sound).
CineKid is the world‘s largest mediafestival for children from 3 to 14 years with about 65.000 visitors for the festival alone. 

Schnecke, Music, Email

Just had a beautiful, sold out premiere with “Das Geräusch einer Schnecke beim Essen” that I produced the music for. The piece is based on the award winning book “The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating” by Elisabeth Tova Bailey. The author even wrote us an email:

“What a terrific adaptation you have created.” Elisabeth Tova Bailey

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