Elisabeth Flunger is a percussionist, composer and performer and lives in Luxembourg. She works with classical orchestras and contemporary music ensembles as well as with improvising musicians and dancers, she gets involved in theatre and dance productions and she holds workshops on improvisation and composition for children, amateurs and professional musicians.
Elisabeth Flunger’s favourite instrument is a collection of trash metal objects, used in concerts, installations and performances. For these instrument she created a series of solo pieces and developed appropriate playing techniques, not using traditional percussion techniques, but rather working the objects by physical and spatial manipulation: pile up, crash down, arrange, put, move, push, throw, pull, swing, rock, shake …
Stefan Scheib lives in Saarbrücken (D) and works as a double bass and electric bass player in classical, contemporary and improvised music. As a composer he writes chamber music and
orchestral works, and he creates soundtracks for installations, radio plays and musical theater. He teaches double bass, electric bass and electronic music at the College of Music in Saarbrücken.
Together with Katharina Bihler he founded the "Liquid Penguin Ensemble", which produces radio plays, musical theater, audio installations and mutimedia performances and for its activities and radio plays received several awards (e.g., "Deutscher Hörspielpreis der ARD" 2008 for "Gras wachsen Hören"; ARD radio play of the year 2009 for "Bout du monde").