DUO WITH SVEN HELBIG

Sven Helbig is a composer/musician from Dresden who will perform at the DAVE Festival with Swiss harpist Julie Campiche on 26 October 2019. Co-founder of the Dresdner Sinfoniker, Sven is well know for his work in digital art, as well as ambient and chamber music. He has worked with Rammstein, Pet Shop Boys, Snoop Dog, Artic Circle 18 as well as René Pape and others. He hosts “Beautiful Sounds” on Radio One.

His DAVE Festival performance will be more extravagant than usual as it takes place in an electronic music dance club. Sven Helbig will mix his own electronic music with the sounds of Julie Campiche’s harp. Julie is no stranger to the world of electronic sound.


26.10.2019 - Dave Festival, Dresden (D)

www.dave-festival.de

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Sven Helbig (D) - electroniques
Julie Campiche (CH) - harpe & FX


RESET FESTIVAL

8 musicians from 8 different countries gathered for a week of residence with total artistic freedom. An unforgettable and unique musical and human experience !!!
3 blind concerts that allow to weave exceptional artistic encounters, under the eyes of the public.
Day 1: 4 duo in 4 different places
Day 2: concert in tutti
Day 3: huge jazz session in tutti and joined by the best of the local musicians


14-19.01.2019 - Reset Jazz Festival, Luxembourg

www.neimenster.lu

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/// Line-up

Claire Parsons (LU) - vocal
Séverine Morfin (F) - viola
Yazz Ahmed (UK) - trompet
Julie Campiche (CH) - harp
Jef Neve (B) - piano
Jasper Høiby (DK) - double bass
Alfred Vogel (AT) - drum
Sven Helbig (D) - electronic

Clement Marie (F) - sound engineer


DUO WITH FLORIAN FAVRE

One Evening – Five Duos

Florian invites 5 musicians with whom he has never performed for an evening of musical discovery.

16.12.2018 - Bee-flat, Bern (CH)

www.bee-flat.ch

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Florian Favre - piano
Lisette Spinnler - voice
Julie Campiche - harp
Amine Amza - oud
Albin Brun - schwyzerörgeli
Björn Meyer - bass



NICOLE JOHÄNNTGEN - SOFIA II

Nicole Johänntgen's SOFIA project returns to YSJF after a mesmerising concert in 2015 with a whole new line up of innovative, female improvising artists. This group brings together a facinating blend of musical talents and instruments – sax, accordion, harp, guitar, tabla, bass and drums – in a truly international septet.

05.08.2017 - Ystad Jazz Festival, Sweden

www.ystadjazz.se


/// Line-up

Nicole Johänntgen (DE/CH) – saxophone
Anne Niepold (BE) – accordion
Julie Campiche (CH) – harp
Charlotta Andersson – guitar
Shresta Sanskriti (NP) – tabla
Lisa Wulff (DE) – bass
Sophie Alloway (UK) – drums


SPECIAL TRIO AT MATCH & FUSE IN LONDON  

© Ayumi Frei Kagitani

2 days of rehearsals and 1 concert.

A special invitation for Julie to play her compositions with two London musicians at Match & Fuse Festival.

29.10.2016 - London, UK

www.matchandfuse.co.uk


/// Line-up

Julie Campiche - harp
Pete Marsh- bass
Paul May - drums


SOFIA

SOFIA (Support Of Female Improvising Artists) is an international program that supports female jazz musicians in musical improvisation and self-management.
For seven days, nine carefully selected musicians from Switzerland, France, Italy, Austria and Germany will attend workshops on such varied topics as booking, PR, music physiology, moderation, label work, copyright, and much more. In addition, these musicians will rehearse jazz standards under the direction of international jazz musicians.

11.02.15-17.02.16 - Zurich, Swiss

www.sofia-musicnetwork.com


/// Line-up

Yumi Ito – voice
Anna Hirsch – voice
Judith Cormier – saxophone
Naima Gürth – saxophone
Julie Campiche – harp
Laura Robles – percussion / bass
Delphine Deau – piano
Federica Michisanti – double bass
Lada Obradovic – drums


TRANS'ONEX - DUO HARP & DANCE

A place, some time, an act and an audience!

Antigel Festival strives to promote interchange between artists, festivalgoers and local residents. Its goal is to eliminate the walls that surround theatres and cultural institutions in order to make them accessible to a wider audience.
3 x 15 minutes of improvised music and dance in three respective alleys where audiences and passers-by will undoubtedly have an effect on the performance. It will temporarily transform an ordinary passage into a 'grand theatre', because all that is really necessary is a place, some time, an act and an audience!

11.02.16 - Festival Antigel, Geneva, Swiss

www.antigel.ch

/// Line-up

Fabio Bergamaschi - dance
Julie Campiche - harp


YOGA SOUND SYSTEM - SOLO


An hour of yoga with music

31.01.16 - Festival Antigel, Geneva, Swiss

www.antigel.ch


/// Line-up

Kristina Lauf - yoga
Julie Campiche - harp


ANDREAS SCHAERER & MÜNCHNER PHILHARMONIKER

In this concert, singer/composer Andreas Schaerer and the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra take us beyond the world of jazz. This is an encounter between jazz and classical music.

Schaerer is a sought-after studio musician and composer who works in many genres from jazz and freestyle to hip-hop and soundtracks. His concerts and tours take him across Europe, Russia, China and South Africa.
As a vocalist Schaerer explores a wide range of techniques including raw sprechgesang (an expressionist style between singing and speaking), sound imitation, beat-boxing and scat right through to operatic coloratura.

05 & 06.02.16 - Unterfahrt, Munich, Germany

www.andreasschaerer.com

/// Line-up

Andreas Schaerer - voice & composition
Wolfgang Zwiauer - bass
Julie Campiche - harp
Traudel Reich - violin
Beate Springorum - viola
Sissy Schmidhuber - cello
Matthias Ambrosius - clarinets


MATTHEW WELCH ORCHESTRA @ JAZZWEKSTATT

concerto for harp and ensemble Self / Non-Self and Luminosity in the Bardo by New York composer Matthew Welch

18.02.11 - Jazzwerkstatt, Bern, Swiss

www.jazzwerkstatt.ch


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Matthew Welch - director & compositions
Julie Campiche - harp
Carlo Niederhauser - cello
Raphael Heggendorn - cello
Magdalena Locher-Dimitrova - viola
Barbara Lang - viola
Nadja Strijbos - violin 
Niklaus Vogel - violin
Samuel Jungen - violin
Jonas Tauber - double bass
Andreas Waelti - double bass 
Oliver Roth - flute
Mirjam Schmid - bassoon
Ani Lomsaridze Arter - oboe
Lukas Roos - bass clarinet 

 
Julie Campiche Quartet - Onkalo (excerpt)
Julie Campiche Quartet - Dastet Dard Nakoneh (excerpt)
Baroque Quatuor & Julie Campiche Quartet - Perche Al Viso (excerpt)
Baroque Quatuor & Julie Campiche Quartet - H-cab (excerpt)
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