BERLIN — In 2018, after a visit to Berghain, the storied techno club here, the saxophonist and curator Ryan Muncy called the composer Ash Fure, a friend and collaborator. Partying at Berghain, Fineberg said, creates an “infusion of joy” into his regular life. The violinist Ashot Sarkissjan, 46, is a member of the Arditti Quartet, which is known for its performances of thorny, avant-garde classical music. In January 2020, she integrated her club experiences into a new work, “Hive Rise,” with the artist and choreographer Lilleth. “Berghain activates that technology in an extremely potent way that was very formative and very singular in my life.”The post Composers Find Transcendence, and Inspiration, at the Club appeared first on New York Times.