The Genesis
Osaka, Japan
Karl-Heinz Stockhausen, Fritz Bornemann

Sonic Sphere: A Journey Beyond Sound and Space

A Glorious History Reborn

The Kugelauditorium, an enchanting spherical concert hall, made waves at the 1970 Osaka World Fair. Conceived by electronic composer Karlheinz Stockhausen and brought to life by architect Fritz Bornemann, this visionary structure left an indelible mark on half a million awestruck visitors. Sadly, the original Kugelauditorium fell into ruin, but now, Sonic Sphere revitalizes its legacy—ushering in a new era of boundless audiovisual exploration.

Transcending Time and Space

The Sonic Sphere delivers a multi-sensory experience like no other. Immerse yourself in the heart of a spherical chamber, suspended in a world where light and sound intermingle, and music and architecture fuse, enveloping you from all directions. This 3-Dimensional fusion of sight and sound, enhanced by modern electronics and software, effortlessly transcends the boundaries of conventional perception.

Unlocking Extraordinary Possibilities

Sonic Sphere is a testament to the boundless creativity of human innovation. Here, contemporary composers will seize the opportunity to create otherworldly compositions, and festival goers will revel in the mesmerizing embrace of this transcendent musical realm. Sonic Sphere invites you to embark on a journey that will not only elevate your consciousness but leave you forever transformed.

So, step inside the Sonic Sphere and let your senses be awakened to a world of limitless possibility.