Lilli Muhleisen is a professional aerialist and silks artiste available for bookings worldwide. We welcome enquiries for Lilli and Sara. What have the aerialists been up to recently?
In August 2014 Lilli and Sara entertained a big crowd at the Duckstein Festival in Rügen, Germany. They performed their beautiful aerial hoop performance.
During the month of September Lilli Muhleisen and Sara performed their aerial acts on board German ‘Traumschiff’ MS Deutschland.
MS Deutschland (starting in 2015 also sailing as World Odyssey from September until April each year) is a cruise ship launched in 1998 and owned and operated by Peter Deilmann Cruises until 2015.
She is decorated in the 1920s style as it could be seen in SS Columbus of Norddeutscher Lloyd. The ship carries 513 passengers and 260 crew members. She has a gross tonnage of 22,400 and has seven passenger accessible decks. (Wikipedia)
Lilli Muhleisen Aerial Silks
Lilli has performed in Korea, where she flew high above thousands of people on the Dream Engine helium filled balloon. This was at Heineken’s ‘5tardium Festival’ in Seoul’s Olympic Stadium. Lilli and Sara aerial acts.
Aerial silks (also known as aerial contortion, aerial ribbons, aerial silks, aerial tissues, fabric, ribbon, or tissu, depending on personal preference) is a type of performance in which one or more artists perform aerial acrobatics while hanging from a fabric. The fabric may be hung as two pieces or a single piece, folded to make a loop, classified as hammock silks.
Performers climb the suspended fabric without the use of safety lines and rely only on their training and skill to ensure safety. They use the fabric to wrap, suspend, fall, swing and spiral their bodies into and out of various positions. Aerial silks may be used to fly through the air, striking poses and figures while flying. Some performers use dried or spray rosin on their hands and feet to increase the friction and grip on the fabric. (Wikipedia).