Borrowed Landscape

A Stradivarius, walled up for years in a cellar in Budapest. A double bass, left behind in 1939 when fleeing from Poland to Erez Israel. A piano, silenced after the Hiroshima bomb killed its young owner. - The musicians of a trio approach the stories of their three special instruments. What secrets are hidden in them?

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Statt Land Meer

Further Projects

Grenzfragen. Eine Erkundung

Cities Land (in) Ocean

Mensch, Musik! #7

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Grenzfragen. Eine Erkundung

Return To The Unknown

Mensch, Musik! #6

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Grenzfragen. Eine Erkundung

Border Issues.
An Exploration

Mensch, Musik! #5

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Geborgte Landschaft

Borrowed Landscape

A Narratorio for Piano Trio and Voices

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WANDERER. Eine sinfonisch-literarische Collage

WANDERER

A Symphonic-Literary Collage

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Gläsernes Meer

The Glassing Sea

A Narratorio for Strings and Voices

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One shot one kill

One Shot One Kill

or 21 Questions

Metamorphosen

Metamorphosis

Great Eastern

Great Eastern

or Home for Idiots

Gefallene Schönheit

Fallen Beauty

An Augmented Reality Crime Thriller

Meine Goldberg-Variationen

My Goldberg Variations

or Layers and Stories

Der Russland-Megadeal

The Russia Megadeal

or Gulag to Go

Es wird Fragen geben

There Will Be Questions

A West-Eastern Diary

Megadeal süß-sauer

Megadeal Sweet & Sour

China buys the Germany´s New Federal States

tauchgold

About tauchgold

Since 2007 tauchgold (Heike Tauch und Florian Goldberg) have been realising projects together at the interface of radio and stage. Their works include social satires, historical dramas and philosophical material. Individually composed music always plays a central role in these works. In 2019, their stage work "Das Gläserne Meer - Ein Narratorium für Streicher und Stimmen" (The Glassing Sea - A Narratorio for Strings and Voices) premiered in Munich, with a composition by Cathy Milliken based on the radio play "Metamorphoses." For "Borrowed Landscape - A Narratorio for Piano Trio and Voices" (DLF, 2022), composer Dai Fujikura contributed the music. In 2022, tauchgold took on the conception and direction of "Mensch, Musik!", an experimental, interdisciplinary concert series by the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin (RSB) with the goal of exploring the future of symphonic music.

When not working as a duo, Heike Tauch and Florian Goldberg continue to work as solo artists.

Contact

+49 177 7 12 00 62 (Florian Goldberg)
+49 178 636 56 80 (Heike Tauch)
hallo(@)tauchgold.de


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