performances  | news


© Raimund Löfflad
© Raimund Löfflad

19/1/2020

Zionskirche | Bielefeld | Germany

 

Composed in 2011 >Palimpsest [Hommage á A.D.]< was first performed one year later at the ION festival in Nürnberg in southern Germany. The work, a palipsest of chords and sound mixtures waving over and over, is inspired by the painting process of renaissance master Albrecht  Dürer, who was born and lived in Nürnberg. The young organ virtuoso Angela Metzger, is focusing in this program on contemporary music for organ. She will perform >Palimpsest< at the Zionskirche in Bielefeld among works by Strauch, Gardner, Susteck and Andre.  

 

www.angela-metzger.org


© web
© web

5/3/2020

Onassis Cultural Center | Athens | Greece

 

>Three sound miniatures< for flute, cello and piano was commissioned by  Onassis Cultural Center for the European INTERFACES Network. The three short pieces, written for childern, are using sonic material and extended techniques on the instruments to describe different situations, in a poetical, groovy and humoresque way. Young flutist Pavlos Ramos (Municipal Conservatory of Amaroussion), Filareti Mathioudaki Arabatzoglou on cello (Athenaeum Conservatory) and pianist Giorgos Exarchakos (Kodály Conservatory) will perform the premiere as part of the INTERFACES conference.   

 

www.onassis.org


© L. Smirnova
© L. Smirnova

10/3/2020

Kuhlenwallkarree  | Duisburg | Germany

15/3/2020

Altes Kino  | Ebersberg | Germany

 

Twenty six micro patterns compose the work >modular loops< for one or multiple pianos. The Russian pianist and  professor Lisa Smirnova will bring two  different versions of the work in the same program,  juxtaposed with brilliant baroque masterworks by J.S. Bach, F. Händel and D. Scarlatti.        

 

www.lisasmirnova.com

© Minas Borboudakis
© Minas Borboudakis

26/4/2020

Heimathafen Neukölln | Berlin | Germany

 

>Choróchronos I< (spacetime) for two percussion  and two piano players belongs to the standart repertoire of this chamber music formation and was played by famous instrumentalists around the globe. In this concert, members of the Deutsches Symphonieorchester Berlin will perform Borboudakis' work composed in the late '90s and based on the idea of an expanding universe, developed by Stephen Hawkin. 

Beside >choróchronos I<  the musicians will perform the first work for this instrumentation, written in the late ´30s of the last century: the Sonata for 2 pianos and percussion by Béla Bartók, as well as compositions by  Ruud Wiener and Toru Takemitsu.

 

www.dso-berlin.de


© Björn Hadem
© Björn Hadem

25&27/6/2019 | Museum of Art | Tel Aviv | Israel

 

>Z-4383< for large Ensemble and electronics is based on a poetic scene of Vassilis Vassilikosʼ novel >Z<, in which the soul of the murdered protagonist is traveling above the train wagon numbered 4383 from Thessaloniki to Athens, where the funeral of his dead body would take place. >Z-4383< is a monologue of his dead soul  and a hymn to life, nature and to the great ideas of the humanity! The ensemble work is an amalgam and a metamorphosis of the most important musical material of the music theater >Z<.

Vassilis Christopoulos will conduct the Israel Chamber Orchestra in two concerts with a program by Greek composers.

 

www.ico.co.il


© Christoph Sietzen
© Christoph Sietzen

14/6/2020

Festspielhaus | Baden-Baden | Germany

 

Christoph Sietzen, winner of Opus Klassik 2019 and one of the most talented multi percussionists of his generation, will be performing >evlogitária< for multi percussion in the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden. On his side, the well known Wave Quartet  will bring on stage several famous works arranged for marimba quartet.

 

www.festspielhaus.de