Ariane Jessulat
steffi weismann

studied at the Hochschule der Künste Berlin from 1987-1995 and has been a Maul-werker since 1989.
Solo performances as a singer and pianist in works including Dieter Schnebel’s Bagatellen, Auguri and Liebe-Leid; Erhard Großkopf’s Drei Stücke für Klavier- quasi una sonata; the premiere of Michael Hirsch’s Improvisation für Celesta and the piece subsequently created from it, Bastard for piano. Jessulat also performs in the chamber music context in piano trios (works by Martinu, Rorem, Stäbler She has composed for piano and voice as well as creating language compositions for the Maulwerker.  Since 2015 she has been a professor of music theory at the Universität der Künste Berlin.