Profile: Hans-Joachim Roedelius
German electronic music legend Hans-Joachim Roedelius, with a discography of more than 80 releases, has been active in music for over thirty years, has . He is a pioneer in electronic music, not least for his collaborations with such prominent musicians / composers / producers as Peter Baumannn, Holger Czukay, Brian Eno, Dieter Moebius, Conny Plank and Michael Rother. He has worked as a soloist and founded several groups, most notably Kluster/Cluster and Harmonia.
Over his prolific career, Roedelius's musical output has covered a great deal of sonic territory and emotional range: from deeply introspective to rhythmically dancey, from experimental improvisations to heart felt vignettes, Roedelius is a musician of depth and breadth. His influence on the genre of electronic music will be felt for many years.

On 26 August 1999, Roedelius opened for the duo of Roger Eno and Lol Hammond at The Gatherings Concert Series in Philadelphia. The intimate performance exhibited Roedelius's ability at improvisation and communicating emotion through music, all the while gently projecting his presence and confidence as an electronic music icon. Roedelius returned to Philadelphia (and The Gatherings) on 9 October 1999 for a live concert collaboration with Tim Story.

Hans-Joachim Roedelius along with Tim Story and Dwight Ashley will make their Philadelphia debut a as a trio at The Gatherings Concert Series on Saturday 15 November 2008. Joining them will be long time associate Dieter Moebius. Complete details at:

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