"lange Nacht der Kunst und Genüsse",
Freyaplatz 10,MA Voranmeldung an firstname.lastname@example.org
16.11.2021 19:30 Release Konzert, TIKK Heidelberg
About Elisa Herbig
Elisa Herbig is the centerpiece of the trio ELISA. She writes lyrics and music centered around cello and voice, which expands into a sound world of her own with the addition of electric bass, beats and organ/rhodes. The English lyrics describe, the confrontation with life : encounter, distance and closeness withinin interpersonal experiences.
Whenever people meet, a story begins, sometimes happy sometimes sad but always true. For Elisa, the mother of three girls, personal encounters make up the essence of life.
With her music she wants to open a space in which an encounter with others and with herself is possible - thoughtfully, respectfully and freely.
The cello has accompanied Elisa since her childhood. She immersed herself in classical music with cello studies in Dresden, Germany, and then continued her journey towards other musical genres in Oslo, Norway. Through collaborations with very different Norwegian artists* she got in touch with songwriting and started writing herself.
With 12 years of experience abroad and a collection of songs in her luggage she came back to Germany and founded the band ELISA.
Together with her band mates Johannes "Jo" Bartmes and Matthias TC Debus she develops arragements that move between different musical categories and eludes any known genre. "Artpop with cello" probably describes the sound of ELISA most aptly.
ELISA in action
Musik-Tipp von Victoriah Szirmai, Hifi-IFAs Der Blog. - 24.12.2021 "Fragen für die Seele"
Künstlerportrait/Albumkritik von Peter Wiest in Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung - 16.12.2021 Echtes Neuland: "Outcome" ist ein ganz und gar ungewöhnliches Debüt
Interview/Albumkritik mit Gereon Hoffmann in Die Rheinpfalz - 7.12.2021 "Wie Elisa Herbig in ihrem Debüt Klanglandschaften erschafft"
Konzertkritik in Die Rheinpfalz - 26.7.2021 "...Es ist alles und zugleich nichts bislang Dagewesenes. Originell und unnachahmlich...."