2506 m3 of radical resonance
After years of searching, Ensemble Resonanz has found a new home in the bunker in Hamburg's Feldstraße. Situated right in the heart of St. Pauli, the resonanzraum - or room for resonance - is simultaneously the Ensemble's rehearsal room and a space for experimenting with new concert ideas.
Designed by the architects pfp architekten hamburg, with input from the musicians themselves, the room, which is enclosed by 4-metre thick concrete walls, artfully showcases urban architecture and elements of club culture and combines them with excellent acoustics. It recasts the traditional concert hall as a space where music can be experienced without inhibitions.
As well as hosting the Ensemble's monthly »urban string« concerts, where chamber music meets electronic art, the room is also used for external events, musical and otherwise, and can even be hired by companies or individuals looking for a unique location to hold a reception or party.