Kollektiv TRIGGER is a female vocal ensemble created in 2021 in Stuttgart dedicated to contemporary music. Originally founded by the singers Andrea Conangla, Viktoriia Vitrenko, Elena Tasevska and Clémence Boullu, Kollektiv TRIGGER are true modern voice specialists skillfully mastering experimental and extended vocal techniques and moving freely within genres.

Kollektiv TRIGGER offers a fresh perspective into new music theater, multidisciplinary performance and artistic intervention.



Conference around the subject of Diversity organised and moderated by me in collaboration with HMDK Stuttgart and the Staatsoper Stuttgart.

Panel: Tichina Vaughn, Tracy Cox, Holden Madagame, Robert Crowe, Marion Eckstein, Franziska Kötz and Tillmann Reinbeck.

composition / improvisation


sound installation about democracy

This sound installation was created in collaboration with my partner Rui Ribeiro for an exhibition about democracy in Haus der Geschichte Baden-Württemberg. For this, a software script was created to search for the word “democracy” translated in multiple languages using the API of Musixmatch, a platform with over 14 million lyrics.

The songs which resulted from this search were then used as sound input for a small application which constantly played one random second from one random song. The visitors of the exhibition could interact with this application by clicking of a button which then played a song from a random point for a period of 10 seconds. This experience was meant to reflect the casual relationship between people and what surrounds them, from the consumption of media content to the lack of interest from young people to get politically involved.

composition / improvisation


Extreme Makeover is Andrea Conangla’s reflection on the unrealistic beauty standards set by society and social media that powerfully affect the perception of our own bodies, their perfections and imperfections.

Watch the full video on YouTube︎︎︎

composition / improvisation

QUANDO M’EN VO (1889/2021)

for soprano, piano, electronics and video

Giacomo Puccini (1889-1898)
Andrea Conangla (*1993)

Concept: Andrea Conangla
Electronics: Lena Meinhardt
Video Material: Rob Bliss Collective
and Angela Belcamino
Video Edition: Vanessa Oliveira
Text Update: Eleonora Siciliano
This famous aria from La Bohème is completely removed from its context, its text and music are viewed almost archaeologically, only to be later redesigned in the light of modern thought.

At the beginning of the aria, Musetta describes the reactions of the people on the street to her beauty. An experience that makes her happy. Through the use of video, electronics and the change in the last stanza, a parallel to the present is made. The perpetuation of sexist stereotypes by culture and the role of classical art in this are critically reflected.