Making music while listening to the streaming of time. Simplicity and emotion. While listening to the resonance of the performance space, developing musical ideas and a directing concept.
My sound material – wood and granite stone rows, ringing bronze within the ballast string instruments – and the variety of my other instruments - drums with skin or bronze drumhead, violin, piano,, wood horn, bamboo flute – gives me many possibilities to choose the right material for every performance.
When improvising with other musicians new ways of playing are found, created through new emotions, which are stored in the musical memory It is a treasure that is growing with every performance - in contrary to the interpreting musician, who has to provide his imaginary musical paper basket on his way to perfection.
When a performance is planned, a concept for the concert is worked outwhen rehearsing with the invited musicians, which arranges the possible combinations. In the performance this structure is filled with the skill and intuition of the players.
A sentence of the composer Helmut Lachenmann: „I am trying to find the sound - Limpe Fuchs has found already“, shows how convincing she presents her instruments and sound installations
Duo Maximilian Glass, Limpe Fuchs
Hans Wolf Piano Elmar Guantes contrabass Zoro Babel drums electronic Limpe Fuchs percussion Viola
Out of Peterskirchen
Werner Klausnitzer piano Peter Holzapfel trombone Limpe Fuchs percussion viola voice
HörSpiel Theater Linde Mötz figures players: Beyer Eckenberger Fuchs Raithel Stalleicher musicians Michael Ross Pit Holzapfel Limpe Fuchs
Gisela Oberbeck shadow images Limpe Fuchs pendular string lithophone drums wooden horn viola voice
Jusha Mueller Malerei Limpe Fuchs Klangkunst
Duo Jacques Foschia Limpe Fuchs
Ruth-Maria Adam, Limpe Fuchs, Ronnie Oliveras, Ignaz Schick
Ignaz Schick, Limpe Fuchs
Duo Evan Parker Limpe Fuchs
Limpe Fuchs at Bei Ruth / Bei Roy
An exceptional Concert of Trees of Sound - Limpe Fuchs, Carole Meier, Martin von Allmen - excited the audience at the Orangerie in Bern