Berlin

DiskursSalon

DiskursSalon

In der Reihe 'Diskurs: musikalische Zeitfragen'
moderiert Gisela Nauck einen Diskurs über
Merkmale der Avantgarde des 21. Jahrhunderts
mit Komponist Patrick Frank, Komponistin Juliana Hodkinson,
und Medienwissenschaftler Rolf Grossmann.

Venue programme

Prompt, immediate, now

Prompt, immediate, now

Ensemble KNM performs
PROMPT, IMMEDIATE, NOW / VERY RESTRAINED AND CAUTIOUS (2013)
at festival Heroines of Sound
alongside work by Jessie Marino, Ana Maria Rodriguez and Katharina Rosenberger.
Also performances by Neo Hülcker, Antonia Baehr and Marta Zapparoli

Atonal music all around!

Atonal music all around!

Atonal music, food and drink for everyone,
by and with initiative neue musik berlin

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and have now forgiven everything

and have now forgiven everything

Andreas Borregaard (accordion) and Sonar String Quartet
play Juliana Hodkinson's new work, written for them,
AND HAVE FORGIVEN EVERYTHING (2018)

Prompt, immediate, now

Prompt, immediate, now

Ensemble KNM plays
PROMPT, IMMEDIATE, NOW / VERY RESTRAINED AND CAUTIOUS
at Nordicontempo festival

Capital/Erschrecken!

Capital/Erschrecken!

Vocal ensemble Phønix performs
(something in capitals) (2017)
with 12 voices and 2 instrumentalists

alongside works by Louis & Bebe Barron,
Hans Zender, Vladan Radovanovic, Brian Ferneyhough,
Jonathan Harvey and James Dillon

Jounce

Jounce

Karolina Öhman plays
JOUNCE (2016)
for solo cello with 2 modified bows
in the Unerhörte Musik series

Scrape @ 4REAL

Scrape @ 4REAL

Cosima Wagner (cello) and André Bartetzki (klangregie)
from Ensemble KNM perform
SCRAPE (2009) for cello, metal plate and electronics
as part of 4REAL: Musik & Wirklichkeit

Over and Over and Over Again

Over and Over and Over Again

In the symposium Over and Over and Over Again: Re-enactment Strategies in Contemporary Arts and Theory, Juliana Hodkinson presents 'Resounding Difficult Histories'.

New work

New work

Phønix16 performs a new work for voices and melody instruments
alongside works by Jagoda Szmytkia, Matthias Monrad Møller and John Zorn
More info to follow

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