Bang Clack Boing!

With Camilla Oebel and Axel Meier
August 18, 2024 10 AM

Konzerthaus Berlin, Musikclub

Camilla Oebel
Foto von Camilla Oebel auf dem sie die Finger schnipst und lacht

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Camilla Oebel studied elementary music and dance pedagogy with a focus on percussion at the Orff Institute of the Mozarteum University in Salzburg. In addition to her master’s degree studies, she trained as a yoga teacher in Bangalore, India, and completed a degree in contemporary dance at the Tanzfabrik in Berlin. She has participated in various transdisciplinary and international arts projects and gathered broad experience as a choreographer, composer, dancer and musician. Her passion for music, rhythmics and dance and their combination motivates Camilla Oebel to do further research, develop further as an artist and share her own experiences. She has led various music and dance projects as well as body percussion workshops for groups of different ages. Since 2017, she has been part of artistic collectives and projects in Berlin, teaching body percussion, music, dance and yoga in different locations in Berlin.


Axel Meier

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The drummer and multi-percussionist Axel Meier was born in Berlin. His musical career began at the age of six at the piano; at 12, he began playing percussion. He studied popular drum set and classical percussion at the Rostock Academy of Music and Theatre. His work combines musical worlds with a sensitivity all his own. Fusing classical music with pop or Arabic music cultures with jazz, he feels most at home “betwixt and between”. Whether on great classical stages such as Berlin’s Philharmonie or the CRR Concert Hall in Istanbul, at small jazz clubs, theatre and musical stages, or as a workshop docent for the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg or at teambuilding events. On his professional path, he has worked with luminaries such as Steve Hackett (Genesis), Robyn Schlukowsky and Nils Landgren. He is the winner of several competitions, some of them international, and has given concerts all over Germany, in Europe and Asia. Since 2020, he has been the artistic director of the Kultur.Feldstein.Kirche RECKNITZ, where he champions cultural participation in rural areas.


Duration: 40 minutes, Ages 3 and up

Travel with us to the world of rhythm and dance! Together, we explore sounds in space, using instruments and our own bodies, and finding out how many things can be used to make music.

An interactive children’s performance with lots of movement and imagination.

The event also takes place at 12 PM.


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