Superbooth is back at Fez Berlin from May 3rd – 5th with a host of MI exhibitors, workshops, presentations and concerts.
Debuting in 2017, the Superbooth trade fair focusses on electronic musical instruments, offering an insight into the latest innovations in the sector.
At the show, visitors will be able to meet with a large number of exhibitors from all over the world.
There will also be around 30 daily concerts and live performances, and a number of workshops and talks including synthesizer starter workshops and DIY workshops from the likes of Snazzy FX, Ginko Synthese, LeafAudio, Bitwig and RetroKits.
Visitors can enjoy daily concerts on the Seaside stage. School class will be developing performances for the Modular Synthesizer Ensemble, which is presented daily at 1:30pm.
At 2pm, the promotional stage program begins with concerts by Caterina Barbieri on a modern Eurorack modular system and Leon Michener on a prepared grand piano.
On Friday, Bernd Kistenmacher will perform on classical synthesizers, as well as Udo Hanten on a 5U modular system. On Saturday, among others, there will be the Gesprächskonzert of Nonlinear Labs with Stephan Schmitt and the C 15 keyboard.
Parallel to this, DIY workshops, specialist workshops from the participating educational institutions and the entertainment program of the other exhibitors will take place throughout the day. Other performances throughout the show include Carolina Eyck on the Theremin, and Tobi Neumann and Fadi with an ambient performance.
Opening hours are as follows:
10am – 1pm: Trade visitor opening hours
1pm – 7pm: Public opening hours
7pm – 11:30pm: Evening program
Tickets are still on sale. Find out more at https://www.superbooth.com/
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