New release 05 // July // 2018

Tres Momentos, Sven's new piece for string orchestra and electronics will be released digitally on August 10th followed by a 10" Vinyl in September.
The live recording of the concert with Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin will appear on the Neue Meister label.
Colombian puppeteer Omayra Martinez Garzon produced the music video for El Tercer Momento.
With the cover artwork, Sven Helbig quotes the 3,000-year-old Chinese oracle of I Ching.
Sven will go on tour with his Forrklang Quartet in September 2018 starting September 7th at Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg. Tres Momentos will be the centrepiece of the concert programme.
Drowned in Sound about the premier performance:  “…Violins dart and soar, as if weaving a tear-stained quilt. It’s a playful, inventive, and contemporary

Cover artwork by Ulrike Heise
Review / A Closer Listen
Review / Drowned in Sound

Webb-Ellis Inheritors 17 // March // 2018

Inheritors is a new film installation by British/Canadian artist fimmakers Webb-Ellis. It will feature an immersive soundtrack by Sven. The installation will be shown from today in London at Siobhan Davies Studios, presented as part of the on-going Traces Commission visual arts programme. Inheritors is contemplating coexistence in the contemporary world. Set on the motorways of Britain and Europe, the film takes this ubiquitous landscape as a space from which to question deeply held myths relating to human-beings and evolution.

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Peter Pan 07 // March // 2018

Today sees the premiere of Sven's recent composition for electronics and 4 celli. The work has been a commission by Lithuanian dance company Padi Dapi Fish and is a new production of the fairy tale Peter Pan for contemporary dance, choreographed by Lithuanian artist Agnija Seiko.

Padi Dapi Fish

Nathan the Wise 04 // March // 2018

Sven just premiered new stage music at DNT Deutsches National Theater in Weimar: Gotthold Ephraim Lessing's Nathan the Wise is another collaboration with director Hasko Weber and stage designer Thilo Reuther.
The classic play, more relevant than ever, received enthusiastic reviews after its premiere last week. 

Dates and tickets
Review (German)
Photo by Volker Beinhorn