[trigger me] is a concert programme that consist of 100 % voice. In connection with live electronics the entire sound spectrum is based on the vocal output of one singer. In terms of chamber musical interactions between the performer and the computer, the voice turns into an interactive antagonist of itself, in real time recorded, modulated and transformed in multiple ways.

 Mihaly Nono Tosh Leykum
Various types of electronic devices become an essential part of the performance, such as tablets, game devices, sensors, hacked toy instruments and different kinds of MIDI controllers. [trigger me] scans vocal border areas at the edge of classical singing and extended vocal techniques.



[trigger me] features the following composers: Martin Schüttler, Karlheinz Essl, Huihui Cheng, Minas Borboudakis, Ole Hübner,  Felix Leuschner, Julia Mihály, Iris ter Schiphorst, Florian Hartlieb, John Cage, Luigi Nono and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Julia Mihály triggerme


[trigger me] 1.0

[trigger me] 1.0

22/02/2012:        Hanover // masters concert @ Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hanover

[trigger me] 2.0

14/02/2014:      Darmstadt //  Akademie für Tonkunst

18/02/2014:      Frankfurt/Main // Instituto Cervantes FGNM

01/03/2014:      Hamburg // Christianskirche FORUM NEUE MUSIK

[trigger me] 3.0

09/04/2014:      Munich // Signalraum 

10/06/2014:      Berlin // Unerhörte Musik @ BKA

04/03/2015:      Vienna // Essl Museum

27/03/2015:      Istanbul (Turkey) // Borusan Music House

08/05/2015:      Aarhus (Denmark) // Spor Festival

21/10/2016:       Frankfurt // KunstKulturKirche

06/03/2017:      Singapore // LASALLE College of the Arts

21/07/2018:      Darmstadt // Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik


various voice recordings