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Klangforum Wien / Alekseenok

»The Tower of Babel«

Monday 19 June 2023
19:30 – ca. 21:00
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Philipp Blom, Vortrag

Klangforum Wien

Dariya Maminova, Stimme

Markus Deuter, Oboe

Michele Marelli, Bassklarinette

Anders Nyqvist, Trompete

Krassimir Sterev, Akkordeon

Vitali Alekseenok, Dirigent

Programme

Am Beginn des Konzerts präsentiert Philipp Blom eine kurze Zusammenfassung der Ergebnisse der Podiumsdiskussion vom Vortag.

Dariya Maminova

I don’t know whether the Earth is spinning or not ... (2019) (EA)

Mikheil Shugliashvili

Sextett für zwei Klaviere und Streichquartett (1973)

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Anna Korsun

Ucht (2015)

Asia Ahmetjanova

Beth (2017) (EA)

Aram Hovhannisyan

Strophes-Segments (2015–2016) (EA)

Im Anschluss an das Konzert ist das Publikum zu einem gemeinsamen Umtrunk im Buffet Berio-Saal eingeladen, um sich über die beiden Konzerte »The Tower of Babel« und das Programm auszutauschen (First come, first served).

Note

Initiiert durch das Klangforum Wien und das Wiener Konzerthaus, koproduziert mit AFF Projects
Im Anschluss an das Konzert ist das Publikum zu einem gemeinsamen Umtrunk im Buffet Berio-Saal eingeladen, um sich über die beiden Konzerte »The Tower of Babel« und das Programm auszutauschen (First come, first served).
Freie Platzwahl

Subscription series Package »The Tower of Babel«

Festival 40. Internationales Musikfest

Links https://klangforum.at

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

»The Tower of Babel«

In a chamber music setting, Klangforum Wien will perform works by the Russian composer and singer Dariya Maminova, who currently lives in Cologne, the »Georgian Xenakis« Mikheil Shugliashvili, who died at an early age, the Ukrainian Anna Korsun, who is already known to Konzerthaus audiences from several performances, the composer and pianist Asia Ahmetjanova, who comes from Latvia and now lives in Switzerland, and the Armenian Aram Hovhannisyan. Apart from Shugliashvili, who is considered the first Georgian avant-garde composer, this evening is dedicated to a generation of composers in their mid-thirties.

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