Raumsprung 21º
Recorded on 12.11.2019 at the Emmaus Kirche in Berlin in the frame of the concert series Unerhörte Musik
In the piece I use material recorded with the organ of Sankt Annen Kirche in Berlin Zepernick. The material is processed and played like an instrument as well. In the concert the musicians thus communicate with a room which is located elsewhere.
Thomas Noll – Organ
Ferdinand Breil – Electronics



Traktur | 4 Kanal Version

Premiered 25.05.2017 in the Elisabeth Kirche, Berlin.
in the context of SICHTUNGEN at the Kirchentag 2017.
The composition is written for 4 organs and electronics on four speakers. The organs are a mixture of church organs and electronic organs.
Thomas Noll – organ
Silke Lange – organ
Nathan Plante – organ
Sebastian Elikowski-Winkler – organ
Ferdinand Breil – electronics




Der Schwarze Zwerg

Premiered 29.10.2017 at running.out;of;words #4 festival at Acker Stadt Palast, Berlin
Natalia Pschenitschnikova – voice
Ferdinand Breil – composition, live electronics
Text based on the story ‚Schwarzer Zwerg‘ by Alexander Kluge from his book ‚Die Lücke die der Teufel lässt‘


Raumsprung I&II

Raumsprung is a collaboration with the organ player thomas noll and the recorder player susanne fröhlich. The musicians communicate with rooms that are located elsewhere – namely churches situated along the subway line 7. Raumsprung I & II are the beginning of a series that we are going to continue in the future. For these pieces thomas and I recorded sound material of organs in two Apostel Paulus Kirche and the Zum Heilsbronnen Kirche, both situated in Schöneberg. With the material recorded in the Apostel Paulus Kirche the four-channel electronics track for raumsprung – linie 7 – I was created. Raumsprung – linie 7 – II uses material from the Zum Heilsbronnen Kirche.



premiered 11.10.15 at the Randspiele in Zepernick

Susanne Zapf – violin
Nadja Zelujkina – piano





An Experimental Soundclash between Rap and Contemporary Classical Music

Ensemble: Shasta Ellenbogen (viola), Miako Klein (recorders) and Rui Faustino (percussion).
Vocals/text: Infinite Livez, Sookee
Composition, electronics and improvisational structures: Ferdinand Breil, Laura Mello and Nicolas Wiese






This is a collaboration of Shasta Ellenbogen and Ferdinand Breil.
All the electronic sounds orgininally come from the viola (although mostly heavily processed).
Viola – Shasta Ellenbogen
Electronics – Ferdinand Breil




Resonanzen – Vertonte Erinnerungen

This piece is based on the interviews I did with four elderly people. It is a collage of new music and songs that mean something to them.
Soprano — Marielou Jacquard
Recorders — Julia Andres
Viola — Shasta Ellenbogen
Harpsichord — Aura Visala
Supported by Kulturförderung Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg.
In Cooperation with BQG Ankunft, Theaterkapelle Berlin, uferbuero and Berliner Geschichtswerkstatt e.V.




Stimm-bänder I

Electro-Acoustic composition for 12 channels. Composed together with Sebastian Elikowski-Winkler for the urban solar audio plant by c60 collaboratorium.




Men Moet

A composition for organ, female voice and live electronics on 8 speakers composed for the E-live concert in the Nicolai church in Utrecht. The words are taken from the poem Men Moet by Dutch poet Toon Tellegen.The organ in the Nicolai church has registers that fade in gradually. That gives you the possibility to let sounds begin with nothing and by adding registers let it swell more and more. This technique is the basis of the composition.

Milena Dukanovic – Organ
Agnes Loonstra – Voice
Sjoerd van der Sanden – Live Electronics



Forever More

Forever More is a piece for movement and sound developed in collaboration by choreographer and dancer João Cidade and myself. The two disciplines are so closely connected with each other that they form a symbiosis.
The work takes form from the physical and emotional relationship we both have with the space (Acker Stadt Palast) where the piece is taking place. Being also a tattoo artist, for Cidade, marking people forever became a job. With this idea of marking in mind we set out to challenge the thought of how a performance space and the people that experience a performance can also be marked, if not forever then for as long as possible. Forever More aims to provoke thought around the identity of individuals in relation to performance spaces, while flirting with the idea of an emotional archive in an art scene affected by a pandemic.
Premiered 23. October 2020


till human voices wake us

‚till human voices wake us‘ is part of the project ‚Pacifico Exercises: encho‘ where six composers interpreted the same choregraphy by Mariangela Tinelli musically. Author Anna Hetzer wrote poems inspired by the theme of the pacific which were then used by the composers as texts for their compositions.
Premiere: 06 April 2019
Mariangela Tinelli – choreography and dance
Natalia Pschenitschnikova – voice
Ingólfur Vilhjálmsson – carinette
Ferdinand Breiil – live electronics
Anna Hetzer – Text




Final research presentation of Felix Dompreh in the SODA program at HZT-Berlin.
The music is improvised within a framework that correlates with the structure of the movement material. I work with a live set based on loops and effects and all musical material is generated with african instruments.