Entropy Symphony © Zefrey Throwell

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Zefrey Throwell



Forte di Fortezza

Via Brennero 5


Zefrey Throwell > Idea and musical concept

Wolfgang Mitterer > musical arrangement and electronics

Choirs from North Tyrol, South Tyrol and Trentino


Kick-off to a vocal world record! Five hundred singers will explore the imposing Franzensfeste Fortress using music and celebrate a feast dedicated to song. The melody will be carried through subterranean staircases, over towering roofs, down long halls, across vast spaces and into every little nook and cranny – a powerful gesture of transnational cooperation.

Entropy Symphony: Prelude is the first step towards a human chain that will be created next year on 13 September 2015. At a length of 325 km, leading through two countries, and consisting of 6,500 singers, the chain will run from Ala and Kufstein, converging at Franzensfeste Fortress. Celebrate with us and enjoy this unique experience of sound!


ENTROPY SYMPHONY IV – 13 September 2015
If you enjoy singing and would like to be a part of what will likely be the longest human chain of singers in the world, then come join us at Entropy Symphony IV! On 13 September 2015, we’ll need 6,500 singers – enough to cover the distance from Kufstein to Ala. Help us bring this seemingly impossible task to fruition. Participation is simple: just contact the choir association in your area, and you’ll get all the information you need. Updates can be found at www.transart.it.

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