Grand Prix d’Amour Productions
proudly presents:

Yusuf Ergün, Eduard Mont de Palol, Margareth Kammerer
working note 01

The Cottbusser Chor is by German definition not a choir, seven singers are too few for that. Yet seven are just enough to get out of the dynamics of small constellations: Duo, Trio, Quartet.
Seven people is the smallest crowd !The Cottbusser Chor, as a small crowd, claims to represent a social orders.
But is it even possible to make music together in front of an audience and not represent a social order ?
Is it even possible to hear the sound of music and not perceive it as a higher order of existence ?
We of the Cottbusser Chor assume that music always defines a social order and, conversely, ask the question:

How should the musicians and the audience be organized today so that they can imagine new forms of society?