K-U-L-T for piano and electronic uses materials from different sources and times with different aesthetics and integrates them into one work. The underlying material of K-U-L-T is historically and aesthetically charged material that loses its original meaning in a mass of notes.
Famous themes of Mozart and Beethoven, as well as pop music arise out of a bizarre chaos of notes and are at the same compositional level as industrial sounds, see sounds or refrigerators. All these elements are like "objets trouvés" in a mass of different acoustic stimuli.
K-U-L-T was first premiered in 2011 at the Villa Romana in Florence in a collaboration with the pianist Pavlos Anotniadis. The piece evolved 2015 a fixed score with live-electronics and samples and was finally published in the CD Caffeine (WERGO 64162).
Picture by Barbara Frommann during the concert at DLF 2016, Deutscher Musikrat