ensemble, electronics 

PHACE | TUNES

public performances cancelled due to Covid19

27.Nov.2020 // 19:30
Wiener Konzerthaus, Berio Saal

PHACE Series 20/21 – N°1

A production by Wien Modern, PHACE, Wiener Konzerthaus

ARTISTS

Nacho de Paz, conductor
Markus Sepperer, oboe

PHACE

Doris Nicoletti, flute
Reinhold Brunner, clarinet
Theresa Dinkhauser / clarinet (Schurig)
Michael Krenn, saxophone
Spiros Laskaridis, trumpet
Berndt Thurner, percussion
Igor Gross, percussion
Mathilde Hoursiangou, piano
Ivana Pristasova, violin 1
Anna Lindenbaum, violin 2
Petra Ackermann, viola
Roland Schueler, cello
Maximilan Ölz, double bass
Felix Pöchhacker, guitar
Tina Zerdin, harp
Alfred Reiter, sound

 

Ö1-Zeit-Ton: Radio broadcasting on Nov 30th, 11 pm

Videostream on 29.11.2020, available at 19:30 Uhr for 7 days. 

Videostream TUNES

In the concert Tunes, lines and tracks, memories and meanings interweave to form mesmerising sound structures: The cry of the Phyllobates terribilis (golden poison frog), whose poison filled the blow dart arrows of the Columbian Embera, is the base material for the oboe section in Wolfram Schurig’s work; kokoi for oboe and ensemble paints a picture of the ambivalence of perfect beauty and death. Kaija Saariaho’s Lichtbogen (Arc of light), inspired by the northern lights of the arctic night sky, casts a sound net of vibrant colours, almost dream-like, ephemeral and nearly static. Franck Bedrossian’s Swing sends clearly traceable elements of jazz music into an interplay with sound identities. Johannes Maria Staud uses his new ensemble piece Am Horizont (… schon ganz woanders …) [At the horizon (… somewhere else already…)] to observe a strange construct of desire: Should I ever reach the horizon, it would be somewhere else already …

PROGRAM

Johannes Maria Staud
Am Horizont (…schon ganz woanders…)
music for ten instruments and pre-recorded sounds (2020)  11′
commissioned by PHACE, Osterfestival Tirol, with support by Wiener Konzerthaus and SKE-Fonds

Wolfram Schurig
kokoí for oboe and ensemble (wp) (2020) 15‘
commissioned by Wien Modern and PHACE, with support by SKE-Fonds

Kaija Saariaho
Lichtbogen
for 9 instruments and live-electronics (1986) 19‘

Franck Bedrossian
Swing
for 11 instruments (2009)  23’

a production by Wien Modern, PHACE & Wiener Konzerthaus

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Event Dates

November 2020
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  • 27.Nov.2020 19:30

    PHACE Series 2020/21 #1 - TUNES - public performances cancelled due to Covid19 - check back for videostream!

    Wien, Wiener Konzerthaus - Wien Modern

    In the concert Tunes, lines and tracks, memories and meanings interweave to form mesmerising sound structures: Iris Ter Schiphorst’s Breaking for amplified ensemble, sampler and live electronics references the cult film Breaking the Waves by Lars von Trier, a love story of a dark and brutal beauty. The cry of the Phyllobates terribilis (golden poison frog), whose poison filled the blow dart arrows of the Columbian Embera, is the base material for the oboe section in Wolfram Schurig’s work; kokoi for oboe and ensemble paints a picture of the ambivalence of perfect beauty and death

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