ensemble & installation

PHACE | BLUR

28.Mrz.2023 // 19:30
Wiener Konzerthaus, Berio-Saal

PHACE Series 22/23 – N°3

ARTISTS

PHACE

PROGRAM

Hristina Šušak
ANIMA for trombone, cello, piano, e-guitar and percussion (2018/19) (Austrian premiere)

Katharina Rosenberger
blur for recorder, clarinet, percussion, piano, violin and cello (2019)

Reinhold Schinwald
New piece for ensemble (2022) (wp)
Commissioned by PHACE

Maurizio Azzan
New piece for ensemble(2022) (wp)
Commissioned by PHACE, with support by Wiener Konzerthaus

 

In Katharina Rosenberger’s piece, blurred contours emerge from the noise, like a late-night taxi ride in the unsteady light of neon signs and traffic lights. blur smudges the edges and contours but still remains in a defined form. ANIMA by Hristina Šušak finds similarities in the very opposite emotions of laughter and crying. The piece shows the sonic differences and similarities as the boundaries blur and raises questions about the dualistic view of emotions. They are joined by Reinhold Schinwald and Maurizio Azzan with exciting new works commissioned by PHACE.

Prior to each concert, at 18:45, Juri Giannini will discuss the music with the composers within the setting of “Salon PHACE”.

Abonnements & Ticketpreise

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Subscriber Price
members EUR 75,10
regular price EUR 91,-

Wheelchair space + accompanying person members
members EUR 81,50
regular EUR 89,50

youth subscription
regular EUR 48,-

Prices of single tickets are available as from fall 2022!

chamber ensemble & installation

PHACE | CHROMA

31.Jan.2023 // 19:30
Wiener Konzerthaus, Berio-Saal

PHACE Series 22/23 – N°2

ARTISTS

PHACE

Concert-installation with works by Maurizio Azzan, Clara Iannotta, Peter Jakober, Sarah Nemtsov and performative sound-sculptures by Andreas Trobollowitsch.

PROGRAM

Maurizio Azzan
Monochrome for string trio (2018) (Austrian premiere)

Stefan Prins
Mirror Box (Flesh+Prosthesis #3) for saxophone, piano, percussion and electronics (2014)

Clara Iannotta
Limun for violin, viola and 2 page-turners (2011)

Peter Jakober
Vom Kreis brechen for bass clarinet and string trio (2011)

Sarah Nemtsov
Seven Colours for cello, e-bass, prepared piano with keyboard, drum set and electronics (2018) (Austrian premiere)

Sound and noise viewed from all sides and in all facets – Maurizio Azzan‘s monochrome, closely linked to the private dimensions of music, grown out of the restrained feeling of playing just for oneself and discovering sounds, meets Stefan Prins‘ mirror box, in which musical extensions of the body trace the phantoms of electronic sounds. Both Peter Jakober and Clara Iannotta step into sonic spaces that are characterized by a self-contained, inwards turning logic. While the viola and violin circle each other in Limun with a lot of friction, the instruments in Jakober’s piece rock each other up until the fracture, already announced in the title. In Seven Colours, Sarah Nemtsov dedicates herself to the artistic work of her mother and her memories in a wide range of sound worlds and seven earth-colored shades.

Prior to each concert, at 18:45, Juri Giannini will discuss the music with the composers within the setting of “Salon PHACE”.

Abonnements & Ticketpreise

Get your ticket now and become a member of the PHACE-Community!

As subscriber you will get detailed information sent by post mail one week before the concerts.

Subscriber Price
members EUR 75,10
regular price EUR 91,-

Wheelchair space + accompanying person members
members EUR 81,50
regular EUR 89,50

youth subscription
regular EUR 48,-

Prices of single tickets are available as from fall 2022!

Ensemble, Installation, Raum

PHACE | REGEN

22.March 2018 // 19:30
Wiener Konzerthaus, Berio-Saal
PHACE Series 17/18 – N°3

conductor

Lars Mlekusch

soloist

Mathilde Hoursiangou, harmonium / piano
Berndt Thurner, percussion

concept & dramaturgy

Reinhard Fuchs

PHACE

 

PROGRAM REGEN (rain)

Innumerable waterdrops, 8 glass tubes, a buzzing bow, rushing of leaves, birdcalls, a music box, a waterphone, interrupted by the piercing holler of a Toulouhou, and instruments spread across the whole space: These are the ingredients of our third concert in the TRANSIENCE-series, transforming the concert venue into a pervasive sound installation.
Amongst others, we will perform works by Peter Ablinger, Francesco Filidei, Beat Furrer and Einar Torfi Einarsson as well as the world premiere of Klaus Lang’s new piece for harmonium and ensemble.

Peter Ablinger
WEISS / WEISSLICH 31e, Membrane, Regen
concert version with 8 glass tubes, 2002

Francesco Filidei
Finito ogni gesto
for 5 instruments

Beat Furrer
3 Klavierstücke
für Klavier, 2004

Einar Torfi Einarsson
Tendencies for oboe, bass clarinet, trumpet, trombone, violin & double bass, 2009

Klaus Lang
die schlafende kuh
for harmonium and ensemble (UA)
commissioned by PHACE and Wiener Konzerthaus 

Single Tickets for REGEN

Pre-Sale for single tickets (2017) at the
Wiener Konzerthaus starts in December 2017

Ticket prices are available as from fall 2017!

CHAMBER MUSIC – ENSEMBLE

SONGLINES #2

28.July 2017 // 18:00
Ossiach, Carinthischer Sommer
Stift Ossiach

conductor

Ernst Kovacic

soloists

Steven Schescharegg, baritone
Thomas Fleissner, trumpet

PHACE

Sylvie Lacroix, flute
Reinhold Brunner, clarinet
Christof Dienz, bassoon
Thomas Fleissner, trumpet
Reinhard Zmölnig, horn
Berndt Thurner, percussion
Mathilde Hoursiangou, piano
Krassimir Sterev, accordion
Ivana Pristasova, violin
Roland Schueler, cello
Alexandra Dienz, double bass
Alfred Reiter, sound

PHACE and the Carinthian Summer invite to the second edition of SONGLINES. The audience will be taken on a musical journey through Stift Ossiach, where extraordinary perspectives of historic architecture and contemporary music are provided.
With works by Peter Ablinger, Daniel Serrano, Francesco Filidei, Rebecca Saunders, Salvatore Sciarrino and Yan Maresz.


Programme

STATION 1 – STIFTSHOF

Peter Ablinger                
WEISS / WEISSLICH 31e, Membrane, Regen concert version with 6 glass tubes (2002)


STATION 2 – BAROCKSAAL
Daniel Serrano
„Asterión“ –
Monodram für Bariton und Ensemble (UA)
1. Preis beim 3. Internationalen Nikolaus Fheodoroff Kompositionspreis, vergeben vom Land Kärnten

STATION 3 – STIFTSKIRCHE

Salvatore Sciarrino
Trio 2  for violin, cello and piano (1987) D: 12‘

conversation with the musicians

Rebecca Saunders
Fury 2
for contrabass solo and ensemble D: 14‘


Interactive performance and participation of the audience
for 6 performers and audience


STATION 4 – STIFTSHOF
Yan Maresz Metallics for trompet solo and electronics D: 11‘

STATION 5 – WERKSTATT
Francesco Filidei – Finito ogni gesto
for flute, clarinet, horn, drums, violin and cello (2010) D: 14‘

 

Framework Programme
installation (Stiftshof)
Peter Ablinger
WEISS / WEISSLICH 31e, Membrane, Regen conert Version with 8 glass tubes (2002)

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