chamber music, performance, electronics

Portrait Peter Ablinger

21. May. 2020 // 20:00
Auditorio CentroCentro – series VANG
Madrid

PHACE

Walter Seebacher, clarinet
Michael Krenn, saxophone
Alfred Reiter, saxophone & sound
Berndt Thurner, percussion
Mathilde Hoursiangou, piano
Reinhard Fuchs, percussion

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From listening, and not so much from the sound itself; from our way of relating to sounds and their memory, and not so much from their materiality. These are some of the main starting points of the work of Austrian composer Peter Ablinger, one of the most singular and influential composers of the last 20 years, always questioning our listening habits and pointing towards new poetics of sound.


Programm

WEISS / WEISSLICH 17c
for snare drum and noise (1994, 2007), 1’20“

WEISS/WEISSLICH 4
for piano and ensemble (min. 5 players in variable instrumentation), (1990,92), 6′


Circle
for 12 world-receivers (1996), 8′


REGENSTÜCK

aus: „Instruments &“
for saxophone, piano, percussion, water, membranes (2006)  12‘


WEISS / WEISSLICH 22

Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Bruckner, Mahler (1986,96), 4′
for tape


Voices and Piano – John Cage And Morton Feldman

for piano and tape (2018) 8’


Verdopplung 4.03
(„Der Papagei“/“The Parrot“) (world premiere)  4‘ 28‘‘


REGENSTÜCK 1-6

for 6 percussions (1993), 20′

Event Dates

May 2020
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    Location
  • 21.May.2020 20:00

    Portrait Peter Ablinger (Absage wegen COVID-19)

    Madrid, Auditorio Centro Centro

    From listening, and not so much from the sound itself; from our way of relating to sounds and their memory, and not so much from their materiality. These are some of the main starting points of the work of Austrian composer Peter Ablinger, one of the most singular and influential composers of the last 20 years, always questioning our listening habits and pointing towards new poetics of sound.

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December 2020
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    Project
    Location
  • 03.Dec.2020 20:00

    Portrait Peter Ablinger

    Madrid, Auditorio Centro Centro

    From listening, and not so much from the sound itself; from our way of relating to sounds and their memory, and not so much from their materiality. These are some of the main starting points of the work of Austrian composer Peter Ablinger, one of the most singular and influential composers of the last 20 years, always questioning our listening habits and pointing towards new poetics of sound.

    Read more

 

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