Carolina Eyck (conceived 26 December 1987) is a German-Sorb performer spend significant time in playing the Theremin, an electronic instrument. Her exhibitions all over the planet have assisted with advancing the strange instrument.
German-conceived artist and arranger Carolina Eyck is one of the world’s principal theremin virtuosi. After her presentation with the Berlin Philharmonic, she was welcome to the Bohuslav Martinu Global Live performance in Basel, the Davos Celebration (Switzerland), the Konzerthaus Berlin, the Großes Festspielhaus Salzburg (Austria), the Teatro Nacional Lisbon (Portugal) and the Castle of Expressions Budapest. She has given shows in Poland, the Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Sweden, Finland, Extraordinary England, Italy, Switzerland,Austria, Japan, Mexico, Chile, Portugal, Hungary, Pakistan, Turkey and the US. During her show visits, Eyck has teamed up with different performers and ensembles including Heinz Holliger, Robert Kolinsky, Gerhard Oppitz, Andrey Boreyko, Michael Sanderling, Gürer Aykal, John Storgårds, the Berlin Radio Ensemble, the Bern Ensemble Symphony, the Essen Philharmonic Symphony, the Brandenburg State Ensemble, the Stuttgart Philharmonic Symphony, the Lapland Chamber Ensemble, the Heidelberg Musical Symphony and the Mozarteum Symphony of Salzburg. She was visitor artist of the Hamburg Expressive dance playing out “The Little Mermaid” by Lera Auerbach in Japan and San Francisco. In 2012, Eyck played the theremin solo at the world debut of the two orchestras “Mesopotamia” and “Universe” by Fazıl Say. Finnish writer Kalevi Aho committed a theremin concerto to Carolina which she performed without precedent for October 2012. The theremin concerto “Dancefloor With Beating” by the French author Regis Campo was composed for Eyck and debuted with the Brussels Philharmonic in 2018.
In 2006, Eyck distributed the principal broad theremin technique book named “The Craft of Playing the Theremin”. With her playing procedure the player can tune the theremin to their hand and depend on their finger positions, instead of rectifying notes after they are discernible. Beginning around 2010 she has been the creative head of the Theremin Summer Foundation in Colmar, France, and has since directed studios, talks and expert classes around the world. Likewise in 2006 Eyck was the victor of the Worldwide Rivalry for Writers organized by Radio/television Berlin-Brandenburg in 2006. She has since directed studios, addresses and Masterclasses in Germany, Sweden, Poland, Extraordinary England, the US of America, Mexico and Japan. In 2010, Eyck accepted her Unhitched male of music degree in viola at the Imperial School of Music, Stockholm, Sweden.
In 2015, she got the German Reverberation Klassik in the class “Show Recording of the Year (twentieth/21st century music)” for playing the Theremin Concerto “Eight Seasons” by Kalevi Aho, directed by John Storgårds and played with the Lapland Chamber Ensemble, distributed in 2014 by BIS records. On 14 August 2020, Eyck showed up on the BBC Radio 3 program In Order to examine the theremin. During the show, she played out a portion from oneself formed recognition piece Companion as well as a total rendition of the Specialist Who subject, the last option of which was recorded on record.
- “Sciciani—Am wendischen Burgwall” Pictures for Accordion and Strings, world premiere on 16 September 2006 by the Cottbus Philharmonic Orchestra directed by GMD Reinhard Petersen, Soloist: Aidar Gainullin (Moskau)—Bajan
- “CIANI—Am wendischen Burgwall” Pictures for Theremin and Orchestra, world premiere on 4 February 2007 by the orchestra of the Musikgymnasium Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (specialized high school for musicians) in the French Cathedral Berlin
- “Syllableaves” Concerto for Theremin and Orchestra, world premiere on 24 April 2010 by the Gävle Symfoniorkester directed by Fredrik Burstedt at the Konzerthaus Gävle (Sweden)
- “Sauselei” Duet for Viola and Voice (2010)
- “Fantasias” for Theremin and String Quartet (2015)
- Theremin (2008, Servi)
- Fazıl Say (2013, Imaj)
- Improvisations for Theremin and Piano (2014, Butterscotch Records)
- Theremin Sonatas (2015, Genuin) with Christopher Tarnow
- Fantasias for Theremin and String Quartet (2016, Butterscotch Records)
- Waves (2019, yeyeh)
- Elegies for Theremin & Voice (2019, Butterscotch Records)
- Thetis 2086 (2022 Neue Meister)
Singles and EPs
- Reja (2018, self-release)
- Elephant in Green (2019, self-release)
- Northern Lights (2020, self-release)
- Kalevi Aho (2013, BIS) with Annu Salminen, John Storgård, and the Lapland Chamber Orchestra
- Heinz Holliger Oboe Fantasy (2008, medici arts)
- Dante’s Dream (2009, Kick The Flame) – track “Episodes”
- The Little Mermaid(2011, BFMI) – as the voice of the mermaid using theremin
- Cellosophy (2012, Timezone) – track “King of Atlantis”
- Clownwise film score by Petr Ostrouchov (2014, Fog’n’Desire Films)
- Die Erfindung der Liebe film score by Maciej Sledziecki (2015)
- Yeni Sarkilar (2015, Ada Music) – tracks 1, 2, and 4
- About April by Friend ‘n Fellow (2015, Doctor Heart Music) – track “April”
Besides her engagements in the area of classical and contemporary music, Carolina loves improvising and composing. She was winner of the International Competition for Composers arranged by Radio/TV Berlin-Brandenburg in 2006.
In 2015, she received the German Echo Klassik in the category “Concert Recording of the Year (20th/21st century music)” for playing the Theremin Concerto “Eight Seasons” by Kalevi Aho, conducted by John Storgårds and played with the Lapland Chamber Orchestra, published in 2014 by BIS records.