Silence #49: Jessica Ekomane

2 February 2024

8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

Immersive live set by Jessica Ekomane inspired by the music of Meredith Monk.

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Note: Silence is a series of morning concerts. The concert will start at 8 a.m.

In this edition of Silence, the electronic musician and sound artist, Jessica Ekomane, will perform a live set inspired by the oeuvre of contemporary music legend Meredith Monk.


Jessica Ekomane is a French electronic musician based in Berlin. She is known for her quadraphonic performances that seek physical and cathartic experiences. Ekomane has collaborated on installations for the Venice Biennale 2019 and has presented her work globally at prestigious venues such as the CTM Festival in Berlin and Ars Electronica in Linz.

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Her first LP, Multivocal, was released in 2019 by Important Records. In that same year, she was selected by Natascha Sadr Haghigian for her installation 'Ankerzentrum' at the German Pavilion of the Venice Biennale 2019. Since then, Ekomane's work has been extensively featured at festivals, stages, contemporary art spaces, and museums worldwide, including Hamburger Bahnhof, Reina Sofia, Kanal Pompidou, Art Basel, Villa Massimo, CTM Festival, Cafe OTO, Gedächtniskirche Berlin, alongside Maurice Louca, DJ Marfox, Jako Maron, Tisha Mukarji, and Elnaz Seyedi. Currently, Jessica Ekomane is one of the fellows in residence for the Villa Romana Prize 2023 in Florence.

About Silence

Silence is a series of morning concerts. Every first Friday of the month, as the city awakens, musicians explore the centuries-old acoustics of the Oude Kerk. Central to the Silence series is new music that blends acoustic, digital, and electronic sounds. Following in the footsteps of Sweelinck's promenade concerts centuries ago, the audience can engage with the sound while moving through the space.