Florian Tippe (Berlin)
Florian Tippe is a bass clarinetist, composer, sound designer and music teacher with a penchant for unpolished, raw sounds. Since 2007, he has used Ableton Live for performances, theatre plays, contemporary dance, sound installations and film music.
Florian studied classical music at the University of the Arts (UdK) Berlin and jazz at the RWCMD Cardiff. He loves to combine musical styles and acoustic and electronic instruments in his music.
As a bass clarinetist he has performed at Deutsche Oper, Neuköllner Oper and Theater am Hallischen Ufer (HAU) in Berlin. Among others, he has collaborated with electronic music producer Henrik Schwarz, classical violinist Youngkun Kwak and jazz cellist Susanne Paul.
As composer and sound designer he has worked at Deutsches Theater Berlin, Ruhrtriennale and Schwankhalle Bremen with such well-known artists as theatre director Nurkan Erpulat, dance choreographer Helge Letonja and film director Robert Morgenstern.
Besides his artistic career, he has always had a passion for teaching and currently holds a position as a music teacher at a secondary school. He regularly conducts computer-based music workshops in schools and trains music teachers in using computer software. Florian also gives private Ableton Live lessons with a focus on music production, sound design, composition and live performance.
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