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Carsten Meyer was born in Münsterland in 1972 and persuaded his parents to give him piano lessons at the age of eight. After leaving school, he moved to Münster to play in various bands.
Since 1997, he has been performing solo at parties and clubs under the name EROBIQUE, encouraging young people to dance the night away with his improvised and unconventional disco music. After acclaimed performances throughout the German-speaking world, he came to the attention of northern German freestyle rappers Fischmob, who invited him to play the opening act on their 'Power' tour in 1998, which lasted several weeks. In 2000, Meyer moved to Hamburg to join DJ Koze and his colleague Comic DJ to form the electronic trio 'International Pony'. The band released three enchanting albums on Columbia and led Meyer and his two comrades-in-arms to furious performances throughout Europe.
At the same time, Carsten Meyer has worked on many German stages as a theater composer and musician, including for Studio Braun, Stefan Pucher and Herbert Fritsch, since a collaboration with Schorsch Kamerun at the Schauspielhaus Zürich in 2001 ('Der digitale Wikinger'). In 2005, Meyer created the 'Suite for Gilbert & George' for Munich's 'Haus der Kunst' under Chris Dercon, which provided the musical accompaniment to the major retrospective of the British artist couple. After many musical collaborations (including the musical project 'Songs for Joy' with Jacques Palminger at the Maxim Gorki Theater Berlin), radio play works for WDR and SWR and invitations to musical exchanges in Israel, Brazil and the Ivory Coast, he composed his first film score for the TV film "Die fremde Familie" by director Stefan Krohmer. In 2009, he was commissioned by the anarcho-joke collective Studio Braun to compose and produce the music for the now legendary mockumentary 'Fraktus'. In the same year, he began working with director Arne Feldhusen on his award-winning TV series 'Der Tatortreiniger', not only writing the theme music but also putting his own musical stamp on each episode. This collaboration also led to his first film role as the washed-up solo entertainer 'Günni' in the movie 'Stromberg'.
In his prime, Meyer has arrived in the middle of society and now lives in Eimsbüttel.

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Freilichtbühne Weißensee Große Seestraße 9-10, 13086 Berlin-Weißensee 13086 Berlin

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