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Schallfeld Ensemble © Maria Frodl

Schallfeld Ensemble / Garms

Friday 22 April 2022
19:30 – ca. 20:45
Berio-Saal

 

Performers

Schallfeld Ensemble

Leonhard Garms, Dirigent

Programme

Stylianos Dimou

les instances (Fassung für Oktett) (2019–2020) (UA)

Theocharis Papatrechas

imma (2022) (UA)

Georgia Koumará

Boojums & Bandersnatches (An Agony in Eight Fits, based on the »Hunting of the Snark« by Lewis Carroll) (2019–2020) (UA)
Kompositionsauftrag von Schallfeld Ensemble und Wiener Konzerthaus

Zesses Seglias

Conversations VII (2020) (UA)
Kompositionsauftrag von Schallfeld Ensemble und Wiener Konzerthaus

Panayiotis Kokoras

Asphyxia (2016) (EA)

Note

Freie Platzwahl

Subscription series Nouvelles Aventures

Links https://www.schallfeldensemble.com
https://leonhardgarms.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Graz and Greece

Graz and Greece have much more to do with each other than that both toponyms begin with the same two letters – not least in the field of contemporary music. For example, the Greek composers Stylianos Dimou and Zesses Seglias studied with Beat Furrer in Graz, and the impuls Academy there has attracted composer Georgia Koumarà as well as these two. No wonder that the Schallfeld Ensemble, founded in Graz in 2013 by former students of Klangforum Wien – today one of the best formations for contemporary music in Austria and far beyond – maintains close contacts with Greek composers. This happy relationship can be heard in an evening devoted entirely to current Greek music, with which Schallfeld finally makes its debut in the »Nouvelles Aventures« cycle.
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