14.08.2016

Program & OPEN SPACE 14 August 2016

Sunday, 14 August 2016

 

OPEN SPACE

11:30 OS 6: Lecture on Transcription | Lorenzo Romano (Schallfeld Ensemble)
12:00 OS 4: Lecture Composing for (classical) Guitar | Grégory Leclair
12:00 OS showcase: Workshop and Performance: scapegoat & Sam Salem / 'Not one can pass away' | Noam Bierstone
13:30 OS 1: Performance of Eva-Maria Houben: haiku zur zweit // weiter | Samuel Dunscombe and Rebecca Lane


14:30 OS 6: Lecture + Open Rehearsal: Dynamic Music Scores (Animated Music Notation) | Luciano Azzigotti + Daniel Miller
15:00 OS showcase: Concert „Interference for amplified piano & video“ | Joshua Hyde

 

The OPEN SPACE will close at 16:00.

 

PROGRAM

 

11:00 | Edith-Stein-Schule: Cloud Remake
Aperghis: Retrouvaille, Ciciliani: Black Horizon, Aperghis: Zig-Bang, Mark Applebaum: Aphasia, François Sarhan: Situations, Klaus Lang: the moon in a moonless sky (two.), Elena Ghigas / Carlo Barbagallo / Stanislas Pili: COERENZA, Jessie Marino: Ritual I, Matthew Shlomowitz: Logic Rock
LIMITED CAPACITY!

 

12:00 | Orangerie: Rückspiegel – Seven Works from Seven Decades: MUNDRY
Isabel Mundry: Traces des moments (2000) (2 Performances + Lecture in English)
Please note the change of time!

 

16:00 | Centralstation (Halle): Carte blanche: We Spoke
Music by Fritz Hauser, Simon Løffler and „living instruments“

 

After the We Spoke concert at Centralstation, the Kranichstein Music Prize 2016 will be awarded.

 

20:30 | Böllenfalltorhalle: UN/RUHE
Choreographic concert with Sasha Waltz & Guests and Junge Deutsche Philharmonie. Music by Richard Wagner, Alban Berg and Rebecca Saunders

14.08.2016

Program & Open Space 15.08.2014

Sunday, 14 August 2016

 

OPEN SPACE

11:30 OS 6: Lecture on Transcription | Lorenzo Romano (Schallfeld Ensemble)
12:00 OS 4: Lecture Composing for (classical) Guitar | Grégory Leclair
12:00 OS showcase: Workshop and Performance: scapegoat & Sam Salem / 'Not one can pass away' | Noam Bierstone
13:30 OS 1: Performance of Eva-Maria Houben: haiku zur zweit // weiter | Samuel Dunscombe and Rebecca Lane