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relax like alec baldwin


here’s something I found recently. I’m an avid follower of “inside the actor’s studio” in new york. when they talk with alec baldwin he describes a relaxation technique he’s been using for centuries. interesting enough, I do the same exercise before shows and it helps me tremenduously to relax and get in the zone. I didn’t know it was actually a technique until I saw alec talk about it. I just thought I tend to go into narcolepsy mode before my shows and that’s it, haha…

here’s what you do:

sit down in a comfortable armchair or sofa backstage, just before your show. find a postition you could sleep in (don’t fall asleep!). then observe your body from your ancles up to your head and find out where you hold tension in your body. you don’t nescessarily have to release that tension. the important part is to be aware of it, knowing where it is.

easy. you’ll be surprised at how this simple exercise will get you into the zone, relax you and get you 100% into the moment, where you need to be when you perform.

try it and let me know ho it’s working out for you!

Dead On Arrival – Live Stream Concert


virtual reality meets art music and dance

on november 10th I’ll be playing and hosting a live stream concert of my show dead on arrival together with muenchen 852 formerly known as muenchen 851.

so far the concert involves a 4piece band, a dance crew and a group of graffiti artists.

the live concert will take place at munich’s i-camp theater. we will run a video and music stream to at least 2 other locations in munich where the dance crew and the sprayer group will perform to the virtual band which will be on huge screens with full sound.

the music, dance and art performance will take place simultaniously in at least three different locations in the city. all artists will perform live to the music of the band.


if you’d like to participate, send me an email ( I’m still looking for artists to take part in this unique event.

I’ll announce the involved locations as the project rolls along.