It was so wonderful to play with Cesar Joaniquet (tenorsaxofon), Lukas Klapp (piano), Heinrich Köbberling (drums) and Anders Jormin on double bass. THANK YOU!

photo: Namoo Kim 

pic by Namoo Kim



"Werner Burkhardt Musikpreis 2022"

Thank you for this award. I am so happy! 

Even the TV sent something about it:

Hamburg Journal  Schleswig-Holstein Magazin.




On 1st April 22 the "Lisa Stick Quintett" released a new piece called "Lullaby".

It's published on the "Jazz City Hamburg Sampler // Special Moves 05" and also online by "JazzLab".


Virtual Exhibition: "SOCIAL DISTANCING"


The idea for this virtual exhibition was conceived towards the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. While keeping their „social distance“ the participating artists create something together - without actually meeting in person. This artistic collaboration is not limited to music, but also includes other art forms such as photography, writing, visual arts or filmmaking. 

The objective of this online exhibition is to provide a glimpse into the creative exchange between the artists and to showcase the final results of this process. 


Two works by Timur Yüksel (Mainz), Sebastian Gille (Cologne), Daniel Stritzke (Hamburg) and Lisa Stick (Hamburg). 

Since Sebastian spent a short time in Hamburg at the end of May we decided to actually meet in Daniel’s studio in order to record some free improvised music inspired by Timur’s photos. Still, most of the communication took place online or on the phone.


The third work "Im Kleinen" is a collaboration of Canadian musician Mike McCormick (guitar, field recordings, sounddesign) who lives in Oslo, Matenko (words, Hamburg), Nadja Höhfeld (video, Berlin) and Lisa Stick (trombone, field recordings, Hamburg).

First, there was this poem: 

Kettenriss (chain tear)

Einsamkeit (loneliness)

Tigertanz (tiger's dance)

Glück (luck)

im Kleinen (in small)

heilen (heal)

bleiben (stay)


Inspired by these words, Lisa sent musical sketches to Mike. They exchanged recordings and ideas, added field recordings, Mike alienated the sounds and involved Nadja's video. 




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This project is supported by the Hamburg-based foundation „Claussen-Simon-Stiftung“.