The climax of the Séibühn festival at the Upper Sûre lake is a sound and light spectacle at the wall of the dam.
The Séibühn festival has invited German artist Kurt Laurenz Theinert to use the wall of the dam at the Upper Sûre lake for one of his spectacular light shows using the Visual Piano. Conceived and developed by Theinert in collaboration with software designers Roland Blach and Philip Rahlenbeck, the Visual Piano uses a MIDI-keyboard to generate varying graphic patterns which can be digitally projected. These dynamic and immediate drawings in light are not generated by pre-recorded clips, but every moment of the performance is played and modulated live and in real time to a musical performance.
Local musicians Paul Fox (percussion) and Lisa Berg (cello) will provide the soundscape for the Séibühn show. The dam wall provides an impressive 200x45-metre screen for the show, which starts at 10 p.m. and lasts one hour. Be aware that the audience has to walk around 1km from the car park to the show location.
Barrage Esch-sur-Sûre, access via the “am Sändchen” footpath