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30 Aug



Germany
 Sunday, August 30, 2015 at 12pm - 5pm 
MikroMusik Festival
Kapelle der Versöhnung (Chapel of Reconciliation)
Bernauer Straße 4, 10115 Berlin, Germany
Germany
http://www.berliner-kuenstlerprogramm.de/en/veranstalt_detail.php?id=876

Erik Drescher
Rishin Singh
Michelle O' Rourke
Johnny Chang

once below (2015) is a double quadraphonic sound installation with intermittent soloists, which focuses on time, place and our ever-changing contexts of hearing. The entire work is based on recordings made in a bunker underneath Gesundbrunnen Station, Berlin. Most of the sounds recorded are not audible to our naked ears. They are hidden and yet feel very real and present. These sounds themselves adhere to their own rhythm and time, in which we play little part. This work brings many aspects of Karen’s work together in a very special and unique venue; Kapelle der Versöhnung (Chapel of Reconciliation). Here, the two sound installations are naturally separated through the chapel dome offering audiences the opportunity to experience a creative manipulation of hidden and audible from this special world below. 4 soloists will ‘drop-by’ to perform a short composed piece in the outer space at numerous times throughout each day, which offers yet another context, another time, another space that changes how we hear everything.

Karen Power : once below (2015)

30 Aug



United Kingdom
 Sunday, August 30, 2015 at 7.45pm 
Countless and Wonderful are the Ways to Praise God
Presteigne Festival

United Kingdom
01544 267800
http://www.presteignefestival.com

Gillian Keith soprano
The Choir of Royal Holloway
Presteigne Festival Orchestra
George Vass conductor

Sunday 30 August at 7.00pm | Assembly Rooms, Presteigne LD8 2AD
Pre-performance Talk IV

Respected conductor, pianist and publisher David Wordsworth discusses tonight’s eclectic programme with composers Gabriel Jackson, whose choral/orchestral work
opens the concert; David Matthews, whose Three Housman Songs receive their premiere in a new version for soprano and string orchestra and Toby Young, whose setting of William Blake’s Love and Harmony is also heard.


Gabriel Jackson : Countless and wonderful are the ways to praise God
Pēteris Vasks : Epifania
David Matthews : Three Housman Songs, Op 69
Toby Young : Love and Harmony
Einojuhani Rautavaara : Canto III: ‘A Portrait of the Artist at a Certain Moment’
Tarik O'Reagan : Triptych

31 Aug



United Kingdom
 Monday, August 31, 2015 at 2pm 
Flights of Angels
Presteigne Festival

United Kingdom
01544 267800
http://www.presteignefestival.com

Gillian Keith soprano
Timothy End piano




Jean Sibelius : Five Songs, Op 37
Judith Weir : A Spanish Liederbooklet
Samuel Barber : Four Songs, Op 13
Cecilia McDowall : Flights of Angels
Francis Poulenc : Fiançailles pour rire

1 Sep 
 
2 Sep



Germany
 Wednesday, September 02, 2015 at 8pm 
Synergy Vocals / Ensemble Modern
Musikfest Berlin
Berliner Festspiele Schaperstraße 24 10719 Berlin
Germany
+49 30 254 89-244
http://www.berlinerfestspiele.de/
musikfest@berlinerfestspiele.de

SYNERGY VOCALS
ENSEMBLE MODERN
NORBERT OMMER sound projection
BRAD LUBMAN conductor

When Minimal Music was invented in the 1960s many a critic would have loved for time to simply stop: hadn’t a contemporary method finally been found that was still functional at the tonal level, and which clearly differentiated itself from the music of old Europe that was becoming ever more complex? The most important composers of the minimalist scene, however, rejected using the new technology in a dogmatic manner. It seemed like a taboo had been broken when John Adams linked the idea of emotional development and ecstasy with strict minimalist patterns in his “Shaker Loops”. The legendary work, which Ensemble Modern and Synergy Vocals present under Brad Lubman, is one of three successful attempts to seek liberation from the chaste, pure tenets of Minimal Music. What Arnold Schönberg and American cartoon music have in common can be heard in Adam’s popular “Chamber Symphony”, while Steve Reich’s “Tehillim” newly invents Hebrew psalm singing in the spirit of Minimal Music, a tradition lost in the West.


John Adams : Chamber Symphony
John Adams : Shaker Loops
Steve Reich : Tehillim

3 Sep 
 
4 Sep 
 
5 Sep



United States
 Saturday, September 05, 2015 at 7:30pm 
Mozart?!
Helene Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts

United States
http://www.presentmusic.org/concerts/mozart.aspx

Tickets: 15-35
Present Music

The minimalist. The experimentalist. The master. We bring the music of three composers from the past and present together in a big way for our 34th season opener. Powerful percussion, passionate plural pianists, elegant woodwinds and majestic brass combine for one of our largest ensembles to date.

Join us as we connect the lines between our classical and contemporary roots. From the sumptuous warmth and vitality of Mozart’s Gran Partita and Luciano Berio’s scintillating homage to the multitextural works of JS Bach in Sequenza VIII, to John Adams energetic Hallelujah Junction and his powerful Grand Pianola Music, this event will enrapture your senses in grand fashion!



6 Sep 
 
7 Sep



United Kingdom
 Monday, September 07, 2015 at 1.10pm 
SAXOLOGY, saxophone quartet
Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds
The Theatre Royal, Westgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1QR
United Kingdom
01284 769505
http://www.theatreroyal.org
margo.pigott@artsoptions.com

Tickets: £8.50
Fiona Dermit (Soprano Sax)
Denis Hill (Alto Sax)
Jeffery Wilson (Tenor Sax)
Tracey Bridgeman (Baritone Sax)

A whole family of saxophones in one sitting! Saxology has broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and Classic FM, and will bring classical and romantic music, and the premiere by Jeffery Wilson of a tribute to the great jazz saxophonist, Sonny Rollins on his 85th birthday. In addition the programme includes arrangements of music from 18th-20th Centuries by Rameau, Clara Schumann (wife of Robert Schumann), Gershwin and Benny Goodman and music written for saxophone quartet by Robert Clérisse and F & M Jeanjean.

Jeffery Wilson : Calypso for Sonny

7 Sep



Germany
 Monday, September 07, 2015 at 8pm 
SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
Musikfest Berlin
Berliner Festspiele Schaperstraße 24 10719 Berlin
Germany
+49 30 254 89-244
http://www.berlinerfestspiele.de/
musikfest@berlinerfestspiele.de

KLAUS STEFFES-HOLLÄNDER / MATAN PORAT / FLORIAN HOELSCHER / JULIA VOGELSÄNGER / AKIKO OKABE / CHRISTOPH GRUND pianos
SWR SINFONIEORCHESTER BADEN-BADEN UND FREIBURG
FRANÇOIS-XAVIER ROTH conductor

The symphonic poem “Pelléas et Mélisande” is Arnold Schönberg’s first work for a large orchestra. It was composed during his first stay in Berlin from 1901 to 1903. Schönberg initially worked there as a Kapellmeister at the Berlin literary cabaret Überbrettl and then, on the recommendation of Richard Strauss, taught music theory at the Stern’schen Konservatorium. It was also Richard Strauss who pointed him towards the drama “Pelléas et Mélisande” by Maurice Maeterlinck, recommending it as opera material. In Schönberg’s adaptation of the material, Maeterlinck’s drama is the backbone but does not serve as the content of his symphonic poem. The post-Romantic sound of the large-scale orchestra is never descriptive but transforms the story of “Pelléas et Mélisande” into a sequence of musical moods and images.

Georg Friedrich Haas’ composition “limited approximations” from 2010 integrates six micro-tonally tuned pianos into a large orchestral apparatus, unfolding a fan of iridescent harmonies, nuances and unusually rich consonances. The composition “Arc-en-Ciel” for six pianos by Russian composer Ivan Wyschnegradsky is also symphonic – an attempt to bring to light the microstructures of unusually dense harmonies in all their colour.


Ivan Wyschnegradsky : Arc-en-ciel
Georg Friedrich Haas : limited approximations
Arnold Schoenberg : Pelleas and Melisande

8 Sep 
 
9 Sep 
 
10 Sep 
 
11 Sep



Norway
 Friday, September 11, 2015 at 7.30pm 
OSLO SINFONIETTA / DANS LES ARBES
Oslo Contemporary Music Festival
Sentralen, Postboks 183 Sentrum, 0102 Oslo, Norway
Norway
http://ultima.no

Concept: Henrik Hellstenius

Dramaturgy: Kai Johnsen

Video: Boya Bøckman

Soloists: Njål Sparbo, Silje Aker Johnsen, Stine Janvin Motland

Conductor: Andrea Pestalozza

Oslo Sinfonietta

Dans les arbres


Classical works by Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann and Edvard Grieg meet contemporary works by Henrik Hellstenius, Salvatore Sciarrino, the Norwegian-French quartet Dans les arbres, and improvisations in Ørets teater: om naturen. A collaboration between composer Henrik Hellstenius, instructor and dramaturg Kai Johnsen and video artist Boya Bøckman.

Nature – the romantic, the tedious, the unpredictable, the tiny, the vast, the dangerous and cruel; the underlying idea for the performance is to use nature as material for a concert of music, texts and video. Nature is form, motion and sound. Sounds that change during the course of the day and the seasons of the year. Or could it be that the days and the seasons transform the sounds of nature, just as they also transform the sounds of people?

The solo vocalists are Njål Sparboe, Silje Aker Johnsen and Stine Janvin Motland. Also performing will be two of Norway’s leading music ensembles, Oslo Sinfonietta and the critically acclaimed jazz quartet Dans les arbres.

Ørets teater: om naturen is a continuation of Henrik Hellstenius’ four-concert series performed at the Bergen International Festival in 2011.



11 Sep



Germany
 Friday, September 11, 2015 at 8pm 
Religious Force
BEETHOVENHALLE
Wachsbleiche 16 53111 Bonn
Germany
0228 / 7222-0
http://www.beethovenhalle.de

Julius Berger (Cello)
Hyun-Jung Berger (Cello)
Beethoven Orchester Bonn
Stefan Blunier (Conductor)

Sofia Gubaidulina – of Russian Tartar origin, Orthodox faith and a pupil of Shostakovich – is no longer just an insider tip in the West either. Two Paths, originally for two violas and orchestra, here in a version for two cellos and orchestra. The sub-title ‘in A Dedication to Mary and Martha’ refers to the biblical figures. Their contradictory experience of worldly and spiritual love forms the dramatic inspiration for this music. Posterity has sometimes referred to Bruckner’s fifth symphony as the ‘Church of Faith’, but he called it his ‘Fantastic’, and it is fantastic, through its inventiveness, variety and its overwhelming architecture: it ends with a magnificent double fugue on the main theme of the final movement and a chorale-like climax.


Sofia Gubaidulina : Two Paths
Anton Bruckner : Symphony no. 5 in B flat major

12 Sep



Norway
 Saturday, September 12, 2015 at 7pm 
BLACK BOX TEATER
Oslo Contemporary Music Festival
Sentralen, Postboks 183 Sentrum, 0102 Oslo, Norway
Norway
http://ultima.no

Concept & Direction: Heine Avdal, Yukiko Shinozaki.
 Visual artist: Arnaud Meuleman.
 Dramaturge: André Eiermann.
 Created & performed by: Andrey Andrianov, Heine Avdal, André Eiermann,
 Ingrid Haakstad, Arnaud Meuleman, Kayoko Minami, Eivind Seljeseth, Yukiko Shinozaki. Sound design: Roeland Luyten. Sound technique: Mathieu Virot.
 Technical support: Protocol Room.
 Production: fieldworks vzw, Heine Avdal.
 Co-production: STUK (Leuven), APAP Network: BIT Teatergarasjen (Bergen), Kunstencentrum Buda (Kortrijk) and Pact Zollverein (Essen), Kana Theatrical Centre (Szczecin), CO2 festival (Beirut). In collaboration with: Kaaitheater (Brussel).
With the support of: Norsk Kulturråd, Vlaamse Gemeenschap, Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie. Illustrasjon: Arnaud Meuleman.


In the past few years, the Norwegian-Japanese duo Heine Avdal and Yukiko Shinozaki, who have bases in Oslo and Brussels, have made their mark on the international scene in the interface between dance, visual art, video, music and technology. Their art projects have a strong performative element, and they often perform in semi-public spaces.

In Distant voices, they return to the traditional theatre stage and take the physical space in which they find themselves as their theme. By using moving objects, the space is transformed into a kind of transformable sculpture that serves as installation, stage design and architectural element. The duo explores the tension and contrast between reality and fiction, and between bodies and objects, in a room that is in constant motion. Here the imagination can pass through its memory of what it thinks it just saw, its perception of what is actually happening, and its anticipation of what is to come. How are physical experiences affected by the space, and what happens when something breaks free of its spatial limitations?

Avdal and Shinozaki are joined by, among others, André Eiermann, creator of the concept of post-spectacular theatre.



12 Sep



Germany
 Saturday, September 12, 2015 at 7pm 
Berliner Philharmoniker
Musikfest Berlin
Berliner Festspiele Schaperstraße 24 10719 Berlin
Germany
+49 30 254 89-244
http://www.berlinerfestspiele.de/
musikfest@berlinerfestspiele.de

RENAUD CAPUÇON violin

BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER
MATTHIAS PINTSCHER conductor

It was not only painting that experienced the emancipation of colour around the turn of the 19th to the 20th century, but also music. And the first place was in France, where Gabriel Fauré and Claude Debussy countered the impressionism of a Monet, Renoir or Pissarro with their very own new colour schemes. Arnold Schönberg, who – like his two French colleagues – was inspired to write his own composition for the drama “Pelléas et Mélisande” (which is not coincidentally marked by an impalpably dazzling water symbolism), intended in 1911 to formulate the vision of a “timbre melody”. Turning this vision into reality continues today to be an exercise in an unbroken force of fascination. Matthias Pintscher’s 2nd Violin Concert, which the composer will conduct himself at the Berliner Philharmoniker, represents one of the most exciting and contemporary solutions. And it also interprets the term impression in its own way – after all, the title “Mar’eh” can also refer to the “aura of a face” according to the composer: “a beautiful appearance, something wonderful that can suddenly appear in front of you.”


Also:

SUN 13 SEP 2015, 20:00


G Faure : Pelléas et Mélisande
Matthias Pintscher : Violin Concerto No. 2 Mar’eh
Arnold Schoenberg : Chamber Symphony No. 2 in E flat minor op. 38
Claude Debussy : La Mer

13 Sep 
 
14 Sep



Germany
 Monday, September 14, 2015 at 8pm 
Royal Danish Orchestra
Musikfest Berlin
Berliner Festspiele Schaperstraße 24 10719 Berlin
Germany
+49 30 254 89-244
http://www.berlinerfestspiele.de/
musikfest@berlinerfestspiele.de

MAGDALENA ANNA HOFMANN mezzo soprano

ROYAL DANISH ORCHESTRA
MICHAEL BODER conductor


Today, the Royal Danish Orchestra is considered to be the oldest orchestra in the world. Its history begins in 1448, when Det Kongelige Kapel was founded as a royal trumpet corps with twelve trumpets, timpanis and six trombones and an associated choir at Copenhagen’s royal court. Even though it was transferred into state hands in the middle of the 19th century, the Kongelige Kapel’s ties to the royal house were never eradicated. An expression of this solidarity is that guest performances by the Royal Danish Orchestra remain under the patronage of I.K.H. Princess Benedikte of Denmark.

Approximately 440 years after the orchestra’s foundation, a composer was to be found among the second violins who was become the Danish central star among European composers of the turn of the last century: Carl Nielsen. His Fifth Symphony, which was composed in the shadow of World War I and represents a musical manifestation of the struggle between the most elementary natural forces – is considered to be his most sonically most advanced work. In this concert, it is flanked by Arnold Schönberg’s monodrama “Erwartung” (Expectation), an attempt to formulate the moment of highest emotional excitement stretched temporally using musical means.


Per Nørgård : Iris for orchestra
Arnold Schoenberg : Erwartung
Carl Nielsen : Symphony No. 5 op. 50

14 Sep



Norway
 Monday, September 14, 2015 at 8pm 
KULTURKIRKEN JAKOB
Oslo Contemporary Music Festival
Sentralen, Postboks 183 Sentrum, 0102 Oslo, Norway
Norway
http://ultima.no

ENSEMBLE ASAMISIMASA is an established Norwegian ensemble dedicated to new music, and is known for combining classic avant-garde with new works specially written for them, often with elements of electronics, video and other media. The members are: Kristine Tjøgersen (clarinet), Håkon Stene (percussion), Anders Førisdal (guitar), Ellen Ugelvik (piano) and Tanja Orning (cello).


Motivated by a steady focus on the new, on development, and with an unwavering faith in music and in the expressive potential of musicians, MATHIAS SPAHLINGER‘s music is constantly evolving. Spahlinger uses elements from a broad spectrum of genres and techniques, and this seventy-year-old modernist has managed to leave his mark on the German and European music scenes as composer, thinker, and teacher. Ensemble asamisimasa has collaborated with Spahlinger on several occasions, and is currently planning a Spahlinger festival in Oslo in October.

At this concert, the ensemble will give a first performance of Spahlinger’s new work, no 10, nachtstück mit sonne. This concert also marks ØYVIND TORVUND‘s first portrait CD, Neon Forest Space. Torvud has also closely collaborated with asamisimasa in connection with first performances and concerts of his others works. Plastic Waves (2013) for piano and quartet is a different kind of work in that it mixes sounds from snare drums, piano melodies, harmonica and bass clarinet with broken glass and references to circus sounds.


Mathias Spahlinger : NO 10, NACHTSTÜCK MIT SONNE
Øyvind Torvund : NEON FOREST SPACE

14 Sep



Germany
 Monday, September 14, 2015 at  
Beethoven our Contemporary
Beethoven-Haus
Bonn
Germany

Jean-Francois Heisser (Piano)


Beethoven’s ‘Variations’ on Anton Diabelli’s waltz theme still reverberate today. Philippe Manoury is one of France’s leading contemporary composers. A researcher and pioneer of music with live electronics, Beethoven’s ‘Diabelli Variations’ would not let him go, ‘impossible to love the “Diabelli Variations” the way one loves the “Pastoral”’. But Manoury has not composed further variations on these Variations. On the contrary, he extracts individual elements and submerges these into his own idiom. This is no postmodern work, larded with references and quotes, but a work composed ‘while under the influence of Beethoven’.


Isaac Albéniz : Iberia for piano, Premier Livre
Philippe Manoury : Veränderungen (… deuxième sonate …) pour piano
Federico Mompou : Música Callada for piano
Ludwig Van Beethoven : Sonata for piano No. 32 un C minor op. 110

15 Sep



Norway
 Tuesday, September 15, 2015 at 7pm 
UNIVERSITETETS AULA
Oslo Contemporary Music Festival
Sentralen, Postboks 183 Sentrum, 0102 Oslo, Norway
Norway
http://ultima.no

Det Norske Kammerorkester


Terje Tønnesen conductor


THE NORWEGIAN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA AND COMPOSER EIVIND BUENE BUILD BRIDGES FROM OUR OWN TIME TO THE PAST

They will perform two works that were previously commissioned by the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra as well as the works by which they were inspired. Buene’s Stilleben for 15 solo strings serves as an atmospheric prelude when played together with Mozart’s Piano Concerto no. 17 (2nd movement). Using the first tones of Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde, Buene treats Wagner’s building blocks in a slow, translucent meditation. Garland is a comment on Baroque composer Matthew Locke’s string suites.

Combining the works like this shows how recognition and repetition are two different things. Buene assumes that we interpret everything we experience based on prior experience – and that is not a bad thing, not even in contemporary music. By also focusing on the perceptible sound experience, the works bridge the classical dichotomy between body and mind.

Eivind Buene (born 1973) is a Norwegian composer and writer whose music has been performed by the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, Ensemble Intercontemporain and Cikada, among others. The Norwegian Chamber Orchestra is one of Norway’s leading chamber orchestras, and places emphasis on a solid classical repertoire, new works, and creative outreach. The concert also marks the opening of the orchestra’s season opening.



Eivind Buene : Stilleben
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Klaverkonsert nr. 17
Eivind Buene : Langsam und Schmachtend
Richard Wagner : Forspill fra Tristan og Isolde
Eivind Buene : Palimpsest
Eivind Buene : Garland
Matthew Locke : Consort of Four Parts, Suite nr. 3 & Suite nr. 1

16 Sep



Norway
 Wednesday, September 16, 2015 at 7pm 
GÉRARD GRISEYS SPEKTAKULÆRE LE NOIR DE L’ETOILE
Oslo Contemporary Music Festival
Sentralen, Postboks 183 Sentrum, 0102 Oslo, Norway
Norway
http://ultima.no



At this year’s Ultima the PERCUSSION TRIO PINQUINS and the SISU PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE will perform Gérard Grisey’s spectacular Le Noir de l’Etoile. The concert offers a rare opportunity to experience this magnificent work, which has never before been performed in Norway. Grisey derived the inspiration for this work in his fascination for the stars and outer space. The work, in which six percussionists are positioned in different places among the audience, is based on radio signals generated by rotating neutron stars called pulsars.

GÉRARD GRISEY studied with names like Olivier Messiaen, Henri Dutilleux and Karlheinz Stockhausen, and was one of the leading composers of spectral music, a compositional technique developed in the 1970s that uses computers to analyse the quality of timbre in music.


Gerard Grisey : Le Noir de l'Étoile

17 Sep 
 
18 Sep



United States
 Friday, September 18, 2015 at 7:30pm 
Odyssey Opera Premieres Le Cid 9/18
Jordan Hall, Boston
30 Gainsborough Street
United States
617-585-1260
http://www.newenglandconservatory.edu

Tickets: $20-100
Odyssey Opera

Odyssey Opera, a Boston-­‐‑based opera company dedicated to exploring the full spectrum of adventurous repertoire, presents the Boston premiere of one of France’s great operas, Le Cid (1885), composed by Jules Massenet (1842-­‐‑1912). A rarity that has been sadly absent from opera houses worldwide in the 20th and 21st centuries, Le Cid is rarely produced in the United States. With its grand themes of honor, love, bravery, and sacrifice, Le Cid encompasses the sweep of historical epic and the depths of the heart. Conducted by Gil Rose, this one-­‐‑night-­‐‑only performance breathes new dramatic life into the legendary medieval Spanish warrior Rodrigue, known as “Le Cid” (“The Lord”) (played by American tenor Paul Groves.)

Jules Massenet : Le Cid

19 Sep



Poland
 Saturday, September 19, 2015 at 11.00am 
NEOQUARTET
Warsaw International Festival
Rynek Starego Miasta 27 00–272 Warsaw, Poland
Poland
+48 22 831 06 07
http://www.warszawska-jesien.art.pl/
festival@warsaw-autumn.art.pl

Joanna Freszel, soprano
Paweł Iwaszkiewicz, Marek Nahajowski, recorders
Hanna Gawrońska, moderator




Roderik de Man : Wait a minute!
Krzysztof Penderecki : Quartetto per archi No. 2
Kazimierz Serocki : Arrangements
John Cage : Song Books (selection)

20 Sep



Poland
 Sunday, September 20, 2015 at 7.30pm 
JANÁČEK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Warsaw International Festival
Rynek Starego Miasta 27 00–272 Warsaw, Poland
Poland
+48 22 831 06 07
http://www.warszawska-jesien.art.pl/
festival@warsaw-autumn.art.pl

JANÁČEK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Salome Kammer, voice
Małgorzata Sarbak, harpsichord
Zsolt Nagy, conductor




Toshio Hosokawa : Woven Dreams
Phill Niblock : Baobab
Carola Bauckholt : Emil Won’t Fall Asleep…
Paweł Szymański : Partita III
José María Sánchez Verdú : Mural

21 Sep



Poland
 Monday, September 21, 2015 at 7.30pm 
TALEA ENSEMBLE
Warsaw International Festival
Rynek Starego Miasta 27 00–272 Warsaw, Poland
Poland
+48 22 831 06 07
http://www.warszawska-jesien.art.pl/
festival@warsaw-autumn.art.pl

TALEA ENSEMBLE
James Baker, conductor




Gerard Grisey : Périodes
Pierre Boulez : Dérive 1
Witold Szalonek : Improvisations sonoristiques
Alex Mincek : “…it conceals within itself...”
James Dillon : New York Triptych

22 Sep



Poland
 Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at 7.30pm 
ORKIESTRA MUZYKI NOWEJ (NEW MUSIC ORCHESTRA)
Warsaw International Festival
Rynek Starego Miasta 27 00–272 Warsaw, Poland
Poland
+48 22 831 06 07
http://www.warszawska-jesien.art.pl/
festival@warsaw-autumn.art.pl

ORKIESTRA MUZYKI NOWEJ (NEW MUSIC ORCHESTRA)

Małgorzata Walentynowicz, piano
Tomasz Żymła, clarinet
Robert Stefański, clarinet
Szymon Bywalec, conductor




Ken Ueno : …blood blossoms …
Brian Ferneyhough : La chute d’Icare
Krzysztof Wołek : Motions, Stases
Marta Śniady : aer
Stefan Prins : Fremdkörper #3 (mit Michael Jackson)

23 Sep



Poland
 Wednesday, September 23, 2015 at 7.30pm 
LUTOSŁAWSKI QUARTET
Warsaw International Festival
Rynek Starego Miasta 27 00–272 Warsaw, Poland
Poland
+48 22 831 06 07
http://www.warszawska-jesien.art.pl/
festival@warsaw-autumn.art.pl

LUTOSŁAWSKI QUARTET
LUTOSAIR QUINTET
Rafał Łuc, accordion
Michał Pawełek, electronics
Maciej Koczur, conductor




Paweł Hendrich : Pteropetros
Luigi Nono : „Hay que caminar” sognando
Michał Pawełek : Ephreia
Raphaël Cendo : In Vivo

24 Sep



Poland
 Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 7.30pm 
EUROPEAN WORKSHOP FOR CONTEMPORARY MUSIC
Warsaw International Festival
Rynek Starego Miasta 27 00–272 Warsaw, Poland
Poland
+48 22 831 06 07
http://www.warszawska-jesien.art.pl/
festival@warsaw-autumn.art.pl

Stephen Menotti, trombone
Maria Sławek, violin
Aleksandra Lelek, cello
Rüdiger Bohn, conductor




Johannes Schöllhorn : Niemandsland
Szymon Stanisław Strzelec : L’Atelier de sensorité
Ragnhild Berstad : Cardinem
Vito Žuraj : Re-slide
Giacinto Scelsi : Anahit

25 Sep 
 
26 Sep 
 
27 Sep 
 
28 Sep



Germany
 Monday, September 28, 2015 at 3.30pm 
Kinderkonzert
Post Tower Lounge
Bonn
Germany

Přemysl Vojta (Horn)
Tobias Koch (Klavier)

Mit Ausschnitten aus Werken von Ludwig van Beethoven und Giselher Klebe.

In diesem Familienkonzert erfährt man viel über die beiden Instrumente Horn und Klavier: Wie funktionieren sie und wie erzeugt man darauf eigentlich Töne? Die beiden Musiker werden gemeinsam mit den Kindern improvisieren und verschiedene Instrumente zum Klingen bringen.



29 Sep 
 

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