Christopher Uhe


Christopher Uhe, born in Westphalia in 1968, is a musician, composer and producer. From 1989 to the end of the 1990s he was singer, songwriter, guitarist and keyboarder in numerous post-punk bands. From 1999 to 2002 performances with the noise band “Paincake” (Cities On The Move 6 Bangkok 1999, 7th Venice Architectural Biennial 2000, reich & berühmt Podewil 2001, and many others.) first took him outside the contexts of classical music. Since 2003 Christopher Uhe has increasingly worked as stage musician, especially for Stefan Pucher as well as for She She Pop; he also continues his activities as producer (for “Ragazzi”, “The Innits”, “Julia Hummer & Too Many Boys”, and others). Engagements have recently taken him to the Schauspielhaus Zürich, the Deutsche Theater in Berlin and the Thalia Theater in Hamburg.

At the Münchner Kammerspiele, Uhe was involved as theater musician in Stefan Pucher’s stagings of “Mjunik Disco”, “Satansbraten” and “Die Zofen”.