In the first half of 2016, Falk’s activities will take him on several travels to Spain, Finland, the Czech Republic and Australia.
After the premiere performance of I will carry you over hard times in January (see dates), Falk will serve as external member of a doctoral defense at the University of Valencio.
The next seminar of the Innovative Conservatoire (ICON) will take place in march, in Kallio-Kuninkala near Helsinki, where teachers from all over Europe will work with choreographer and educator Liz Lerman, who developed the famous Critical Response feedback method.
In april, the core team of the HKU Research Centre Performative Processes (RECPEP) will present the outcomes of the collective investigation into performative and participatory research at the conference “Artistic Research: Is there some method?” at the Academy of Performing Arts, Prague.
Finally, in September Falk will travel to Melbourne where Sef Hermans will perform and premiere the new music theatre work “silencio” at the Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music (BIFEM). For this work, Falk received a composition grant from the Dutch Fonds Podiumkunsten. In the decision of the grant, FPK specifically honored Falk’s music theatre work of the recent years as an exceptional contribution to the field.