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2018 Ensemble

NODES | KESHARIM # 2

Grafik: Atelier Olschinsky
Wednesday • May 8th 2018 • 7.30pm

NODES (Hebrew: קשרים | kesharim) is a long-term collaboration between Austria and Israel meant to bring together leading composers, ensembles and members of cultural and academic institutions of both nations. NODES will commence with a concert series in May 2018 with performances in Graz, Vienna, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Austrian Zeitfluss and Israeli Meitar Ensemble will each present a programme with works by contemporary composers of both countries.

ARNOLD SCHOENBE RG CEN TER
1030 Vienna, Schwarzenbergplatz 6
Artists:

Ensemble Zeitfluss
Arnold Plankensteiner . clarinets
Edo Micic . conductor

Programme:

Ayal Adler: Postlude (version for large ensemble 2017)
Hilat Ben-Kennaz: Concerto in one movement for bass
clarinet and ensemble (2014)
Ziv Cojocaru: Whenst Comest Thou, Whither Wilt Thou Go (2017)
Gerd Kühr: Für Bläserquintett (1990)
Roman Pawollek: D.I.E. (2013) for ensemble
Arnold Schoenberg: 3 pieces op. 11 (1909),
arranged for chamber orchestra by Richard Dünser

Tickets:

Admission: EUR 14 (regular) / EUR 7 (reduced)
Tickets available at box office
Advance booking:
T: +43 1 712 18 88
E: office@schoenberg.at
W: www.schoenberg.at
Reduced admission for members of ÖGZM and ÖKB
reservation via office@oegzm.at is required!

An event promoted by ÖGZM
in collaboration with Israel Composers‘ League (ICL), Austrian Composers‘ Association (ÖKB) and Arnold Schoenberg Center Vienna – www.schoenberg.at


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2018 Ensemble

NODES | KESHARIM # 1

Grafik: Atelier Olschinsky
Monday • May 7th 2018 • 8.00pm

NODES (Hebrew: קשרים | kesharim) is a long-term collaboration between Austria and Israel meant to bring together leading composers, ensembles and members of cultural and academic institutions of both nations. NODES will commence with a concert series in May 2018 with performances in Graz, Vienna, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Austrian Zeitfluss and Israeli Meitar Ensemble will each present a programme with works by contemporary composers of both countries.

KU LTUm (GroSS er Minor itensaal)
8020 Graz, Mariahilferplatz 3
Artists:

Ensemble Zeitfluss
Arnold Plankensteiner . clarinets
Edo Micic . conductor

Programme:

Ayal Adler: Postlude (version for large ensemble 2017)
Hilat Ben-Kennaz: Concerto in one movement for bass
clarinet and ensemble (2014)
Ziv Cojocaru: Whenst Comest Thou, Whither Wilt Thou Go (2017; Austrian premiére)
Feliz Anne Macahis: Talinhage II (2018; world premiére)
Gerd Kühr: Für Bläserquintett (1990)
Roman Pawollek: D.I.E. (2013) for ensemble
Arnold Schoenberg: 3 pieces op. 11 (1909),
arranged for chamber orchestra by Richard Dünser

Tickets:

Admission: EUR 14 (regular) / EUR 7 (reduced) Tickets available at box office. Reduced admission for members of ÖGZM and ÖKB – reservation via office@oegzm.at until May 2nd is required!

An event promoted by ÖGZM
in collaboration with Israel Composers‘ League (ICL),
Austrian Composers‘ Association (ÖKB) and kultum within the framework of tonraum21 – Festival for New Music • https://tonraum21.wordpress.com


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2015 Kammermusik Konzert

BOSKETT

Grafik: Atelier Olschinsky
Mittwoch 14. Oktober 2015 • 19.00 Uhr

Sabine Federspieler möchte die Blockflöte mit ihren vielfältigen Bauarten und spieltechnischen Möglichkeiten in der zeitgenössischen Musikszene präsentieren und neue Spielräume eröffnen. In diesem Sinne lädt sie regelmäßig Komponistinnen und Komponisten dazu ein, neue Werke für dieses Instrument zu schreiben – diesmal für die bereits vielfach bewährte Kombination mit Streichquartett.

ALTE SCHMIEDE,
1010 Wien, Schönlaterngasse 9
Interpret_innen:

Sabine Federspieler . Blockflöten
Koehne Quartett:
Joanna Lewis . Violine
Anne Harvey-Nagl . Violine
Lena Fankhauser . Viola
Melissa Coleman . Violoncello

Programm:

Viktor Fortin: Vier-Flöten-Quintett (2015, Uraufführung)
Manuela Kerer: Lf2 (2015; Uraufführung)
Roman Pawollek: When I was a shepherd (2014)
Julia Purgina: Neues Werk (Uraufführung)
Michael Wahlmüller: Boskett (2014)

Eine Veranstaltung der ÖGZMin Kooperation mit dem Kunstverein Wien.