So far, the following performances took place:

 

Color Music
is a game piece that is based conceptually on the synaesthetic correlation between color and emotion.

The players:
Emilio Gordoa – vibraphone, objects
kriton b. – harmonium, color organ
Color Music was first performed on April 2, 2015 @ T-Berlin.

 

Permutation
“explores new possibilities through radical rearrangement of existent elements”.

Harri Sjöström – soprano saxophone
Adam Pultz Melbye – double bass
kriton b. – harmonium, objects
Permutation took place on May 7, 2015 @ T-Berlin.

 

Uproot
“deals with the necessary deconstruction of musical heritage”.
Ganesh Anandan – shruti stick, microtonal metallophones
Marcello Lussana – live electronics
kriton b. – harmonium, objects
Uproot performed on June 4, 2015 @ T-Berlin.

 

Subterfuge
“uses artful deception as a strategy against reality”.

Liz Allbee – trumpet
Richard Scott – modular synthesizers
kriton b. – harmonium, objects
Subterfuge performed on January 7, 2016 @ T-Berlin.

 

Apophenia
“explores incidental patterns in collective, real-time improvisation”.

The Vasana String Trio:
Shasta Ellenbogen – viola
Hui-Chun Lin – cello
Adam Goodwin – double bass
and kriton b. – harmonium
Apophenia was presented on March 3, 2016 @ T-Berlin.

 

Parapraxes
“explores the importance of errors in the Psychopathology of Everyday Life and their value as a source of artistic inspiration”.

Tomomi Adachi – voice, electronics
Thea Farhadian – violin, electronics
kriton b. – harmonium, objects
Parapraxes performed on May 5, 2016 @ T-Berlin.

 

Syzygy
“investigates the inevitable interdependence of things”.

Frank Paul Schubert – soprano saxophone
Chris Hennan – alto saxophone
Philippe Lemoine – tenor saxophone
Miriam Siebenstädt – baritone saxophone
kriton b. – daxophone
Syzygy performed on March 5, 2017 @ T-Berlin.

 

Digressions
“explores the art of leaving off to ensure unpredictability and subversion”.

Nicola L. Hein – guitar
Rudi Fischerlehner – drums
kriton b. – harmonium, objects
Digressions was performed on June 8, 2017 @ T-Berlin.

 

Id
“It is said that the id is like a new-born baby: it is illogical, chaotic, unorganized and has no contact with reality.”
Antonis Anissegos – Wurlitzer electric piano
Dan Peter Sundland – electric bass
kriton b. – daxophone
Id performed on October 19, 2017 @ T-Berlin.