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Poland
 Sunday, October 19, 2014 at 20:00 
UP-CLOSE
Musica Electronica
National Forum Of Music ul. Marszałka Józefa Piłsudskiego 19, 50-044 Wrocław
Poland
+ 48 71/ 342 24 59
http://en.musicaelectronicanova.pl
http://www.filharmonia.wroclaw.pl/reservation

Kaori Yamagami – cello
Jadwiga Kotnowska – flute
Krzysztof Knittel – electronics
Sławomir Kupczak – electronics
AUKSO Chamber Orchestra of Tychy
Marek Moś – conductor

One cannot speak about the newest Dutch music without mentioning the work of Michel van der Aa.

Forty-three years old, van der Aa is one of the most prominent composers in his country, yet should not be seen as a model example of a contemporary musician from the Netherlands. This is mainly due to his rather weak links with the so-called “Hague school”, whose style in the present Netherlands plays almost a national role. Music of this school, centered around the figure of Louis Andriessen, exposes diatonic harmonies, a motoric, irregular rhythm, harsh articulation, brass instruments, keyboards and drums – and sounds that are dry and caustic, like contemporary Stravinsky. As almost every convention does, to begin with Neoclassicism, "the Hague Convention" resulted in the creation of works of great stature and a long series of epigonic imitations; it also secured the Netherlands in a strong position in the musical world, yet at the same time plunging the country into a certain composing depression.

None of the features of the Hague style dominates the music of Michel van der Aa, which is neither diatonic, motoric, caustic or dry – everything but Andriessenesque. For lack of a better term and for the sake of brevity, it may be best to describe his peculiar sound as a "dissonant euphony." Just as original seem to be the composer's experiments, in which he combines music with the visual layer. None of the two spheres is self-sufficient, and their close relationship comes together in an unknown form of Gesamtkunstwerk, or how one might be tempted to say, a "strict counterpoint" between the image and sound. An example of such a relationship (and of the said " dissonant euphony") is Up-close for soloist cello, string orchestra and film.


Krzysztof Knittel : Partita II (Inuit) for flute, string orchestra and electronic media (2013)
Sławomir Kupczak : Krawędzie for string orchestra, percussion and electronics (2013)
Michael van der Aa : Up-close for cello, string orchestra and film (2010)

19 Oct



Poland
 Sunday, October 19, 2014 at 11.00 
ONE-RE-EDITION
Musica Electronica
National Forum Of Music ul. Marszałka Józefa Piłsudskiego 19, 50-044 Wrocław
Poland
+ 48 71/ 342 24 59
http://en.musicaelectronicanova.pl
http://www.filharmonia.wroclaw.pl/reservation

Michel van De Aa

One, a piece composed in 2002 and premiered on January 12, 2003 by Barbara Hannigan in Frascati Theatre in Amsterdam. Spectacles in the Netherlands were a success and since then the production has been readily exhibited abroad; it enjoyed both critical and audience acclaim in eleven countries and on numerous festivals, i.e. Berliner Festspiele, Festival de Paris L'Automne, Oslo Ultima Festival, the Warsaw Autumn Festival and the Venice Biennale.For this work, van der Aa received the Dutch Matthijs Vermeulen Award in 2004.


Michael van der Aa : One

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