Journey to Hokkaido

It’s not going to happen to me, is something you have to keep telling yourself when living in Japan. But it does happen. Again and again. And then the people – and especially the officials – always say: it was something unforeseeable. The tsunamis are always higher than you think, the earthquakes always stronger. In Sapporo, I will be talking before scientists and culture creators about my work as a composer, and my life in Berlin. And I am also going to ask them, how everyday and cultural life have changed after the quake.

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