In Soul Alchemy Abraham Brody will guide the public into different formations, inviting them to interact with each other and himself, experiencing his improvisations both as a collective and as individuals.
The public will be asked to remain silent during the performance, but is very much encouraged to engage with Abraham Brody as much as possible.
London-based Abraham Brody is a performer who breaks the boundaries between performance art, classical, folk, and contemporary music. As a collaborator with renowned performance artist Marina Abramovic, he recently premiered a 6-hour version of his performance ‘The Violinist is Present’ at the Fondation Beyeler in Basel, Switzerland. He brings the violin into the genre of performance art as a means to deepen contact between performer and public.
He has performed internationally in venues such as London’s Royal Festival Hall, Barbican Centre, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Prague Smetana Hall, Boston Symphony Hall, He has premiered works by Lithuanian Rūta Vitkauskaitė at the Kristupo Festival in Vilnius, and as violinist and a dancer with Sasha Siem in the London Royal Opera House premiere of her song cycle ‘Most of the Boys.
He unites cultures and audiences through music, collaborating regularly with folk musicians from the Baltics, and other regions.
Upcoming projects include a residency at Vartai Gallery Vilnius, Performances in Latvia and Estonia, Budapest, London, Norway, and Iceland.
Read the review of Abraham’s public performance here