Requiem For A Broken World - Cover
Zeichnung: Manuel Radke; Cover-Design: Karolin Wallowy, Jens Heuler


2023 | EP | Original Dance Theatre Music

REQUIEM FOR A BROKEN WORLD is the original music for the socio-critical dance theater performance EIN SPIEGEL IM SPIEGEL by the Labortheater Dresden. The story is based on Michael Ende's story "The station cathedral stood on a large floe" from his collection DER SPIELGEL IM SPIEGEL.

The music and dance performance are divided into three parts:

Part one - REQUIEM FOR A BROKEN WOLRD - describes the state of emptiness and being lost after the collapse of the capitalist order based on personal greed.

Part two - INSATIABLE GREED - recapitulates the capitalist system, which is collapsing due to increasing greed and the never-ending pursuit of wealth.

Part three - VISION OF A BETTER FUTURE - describes a tender and hopeful approach to a future with a better and fairer sciety.



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project management, stage and costume design:: Manuel Radke
audio production, audio play, sound design: Duc Anh Nguyen
light design: Geohwan (Johann) Ju
dance and dance pedagogy: Marie Haußdörfer
music: Jens Heuler
cover: Manuel Radke (art), Karolin Wallowy (project-cover-design), Jens Heuler (EP-cover-design)

Jens Heuler



Jens Heuler is an award-winning composer and electronic music artist from Germany. He composes music for films and media, instrumental music, electronic music and songs. His work ranges from orchestral film music such as for Jan Gadermann's Student Academy Award winning stop motion animation film "Laika & Nemo" to intimate scores for documentaries such as Melanie Lischker's "Bilder (m)einer Mutter" // "Life On Tape", a collaboration with Freya Arde, to organic electronic music and pop songs. His most recent work also includes the music for Sonja Rohleder's award-winning animated short films "Nest" and "Somni", both of which premiered at the Berlinale International Film Festival and some additional music for the German television series "Behringer und die Toten" and "Nächste Ausfahrt Glück".

In his work, Jens Heuler combines acoustic and electronic elements to creates organic music and soundscapes, fusing classical, generative and experimental composition approaches while mainly focusing on analogue and modular synthesis.

In addition to his artistic work, he works as a lecturer for Music Production and Project Support at the Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf and as an assistant composer and arranger and so he is involved in the music for the Oscar-nominated documentary "Of Fathers and Sons", the German television series "Die Dasslers", the documentaries "Rabbi Wolff" and "The Corridords of Power" and many more.

Jens Heuler studied Keyboards & Music Production at the University of Münster and Film Music at the Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf.



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