Events

Vladimir Rannev - PROSE

Vladimir Rannev - PROSE

feb 21, 8:00pm - feb 21, 7:30pm

Stanislavsky Electrotheatre

After “The Groom,” a story by Yury Mamleev, and writings by Anton Chekhov Vladimir Rannev’s opera is based on two texts, Yury Mamleev’s “The Groom” and fragments of Anton Chekhov’s “The Steppe.” The former, an example of “cruel” prose in the literature of Russian realism, is presented visually. The latter, meditative and virtually event-free, is presented in vocal form. Written in the early 2000s, Mamleev’s story is simultaneously the hyper-realistic and phantasmagorical exploration of an incident that occurs in a common Russian family. After losing their seven year-old daughter in an automobile accident, the Kondratovs are torn out of their customary comfortable life and are bound to learn to live anew. They see their salvation in the “adoption” of Vanya Gadov, the individual who involuntarily caused the death of their daughter. Full of fear as he enters the family of his victim, this unthinking truck driver, an orphan, turns into a tyrant. The boy Yegorushka, the hero of Chekhov’s “The Steppe,” is traveling to be raised by distant relatives. Nature around him begins to resemble his mother, from whom he is now torn, while the new world awaiting him is unclear and terrifying. Yegorushka must find a way to live in this world, perhaps even to be successful in it – that is, essentially, to transform into Mamleev’s Vanya. We see before us a single person, captured at different moments in his life, before and after entering the world of human relationships. The tension between the two types of texts, vehement and contemplative, is revealed through the counterpoint of the visual and the vocal. At the same time, they are closely connected in a meaningful way – the point is the complex nature of relationships in modern society. 16+... See MoreSee Less

Vladimir Rannev - PROSE

Vladimir Rannev - PROSE

feb 22, 8:00pm - feb 22, 7:30pm

Stanislavsky Electrotheatre

After “The Groom,” a story by Yury Mamleev, and writings by Anton Chekhov Vladimir Rannev’s opera is based on two texts, Yury Mamleev’s “The Groom” and fragments of Anton Chekhov’s “The Steppe.” The former, an example of “cruel” prose in the literature of Russian realism, is presented visually. The latter, meditative and virtually event-free, is presented in vocal form. Written in the early 2000s, Mamleev’s story is simultaneously the hyper-realistic and phantasmagorical exploration of an incident that occurs in a common Russian family. After losing their seven year-old daughter in an automobile accident, the Kondratovs are torn out of their customary comfortable life and are bound to learn to live anew. They see their salvation in the “adoption” of Vanya Gadov, the individual who involuntarily caused the death of their daughter. Full of fear as he enters the family of his victim, this unthinking truck driver, an orphan, turns into a tyrant. The boy Yegorushka, the hero of Chekhov’s “The Steppe,” is traveling to be raised by distant relatives. Nature around him begins to resemble his mother, from whom he is now torn, while the new world awaiting him is unclear and terrifying. Yegorushka must find a way to live in this world, perhaps even to be successful in it – that is, essentially, to transform into Mamleev’s Vanya. We see before us a single person, captured at different moments in his life, before and after entering the world of human relationships. The tension between the two types of texts, vehement and contemplative, is revealed through the counterpoint of the visual and the vocal. At the same time, they are closely connected in a meaningful way – the point is the complex nature of relationships in modern society. 16+... See MoreSee Less

Luc van Hove

Luc van Hove

feb 22, 8:00pm - feb 22, 10:00pm

LUCA Muziek - Campus Lemmens
Lemmensberg 3
Leuven,  3000 Map

Luc Van Hove studeerde aan het Koninklijk Vlaams Conservatorium in Antwerpen, waar hij eerste prijzen behaalde voor notenleer, piano, kamermuziek, muziekgeschiedenis, contrapunt, fuga en compositie, naast getuigschriften voor transpositie, muziekanalyse en vormleer. Als componist werd hij gevormd door Willem Kersters. Daarna volgde hij vervolmakingscursussen aan het Mozarteum in Salzburg en aan de University of Surrey (Guildford - UK). Hij ontving verschillende onderscheidingen, zoals de compositieprijs Albert de Vleeshouwer (1984), de prijs Annie Rutzky ter bekroning van zijn studiecarrière (1984) en de prijs Belgische Artistieke Promotie van SABAM (1990). In 1991 was hij gastcomponist van de Week voor Hedendaagse Muziek in Gent, in 1994 composer in residence van het Festival van Vlaanderen en in 1997 van I Fiamminghi in Campo. Luc Van Hove doceert compositie en analyse aan het Lemmensinstituut in Leuven en aan het Koninklijke Vlaams Conservatorium in Antwerpen. L. van Beethoven : Symfonie nr. 9. "Ode an die Freude". L. Van Hove: Cantate op. 54. Voor deze gelegenheid slaan het symfonisch orkest, het grote koor en het 'gelegenheidsalumnikoor' van campus Lemmens de handen in elkaar, met als resultaat niets minder dan de 9e symfonie van Ludwig van Beethoven en werk van oud-docent en componist Luc Van Hove. Anneke Luyten, sopraan. Frauke Elsen, alt. Saya Lee, tenor. Branimir Mrak, bas. RESERVEREN VERPLICHT. GEEN GENUMMERDE PLAATSEN !... See MoreSee Less

Vladimir Rannev - PROSE

Vladimir Rannev - PROSE

feb 23, 8:00pm - feb 23, 7:30pm

Stanislavsky Electrotheatre

After “The Groom,” a story by Yury Mamleev, and writings by Anton Chekhov Vladimir Rannev’s opera is based on two texts, Yury Mamleev’s “The Groom” and fragments of Anton Chekhov’s “The Steppe.” The former, an example of “cruel” prose in the literature of Russian realism, is presented visually. The latter, meditative and virtually event-free, is presented in vocal form. Written in the early 2000s, Mamleev’s story is simultaneously the hyper-realistic and phantasmagorical exploration of an incident that occurs in a common Russian family. After losing their seven year-old daughter in an automobile accident, the Kondratovs are torn out of their customary comfortable life and are bound to learn to live anew. They see their salvation in the “adoption” of Vanya Gadov, the individual who involuntarily caused the death of their daughter. Full of fear as he enters the family of his victim, this unthinking truck driver, an orphan, turns into a tyrant. The boy Yegorushka, the hero of Chekhov’s “The Steppe,” is traveling to be raised by distant relatives. Nature around him begins to resemble his mother, from whom he is now torn, while the new world awaiting him is unclear and terrifying. Yegorushka must find a way to live in this world, perhaps even to be successful in it – that is, essentially, to transform into Mamleev’s Vanya. We see before us a single person, captured at different moments in his life, before and after entering the world of human relationships. The tension between the two types of texts, vehement and contemplative, is revealed through the counterpoint of the visual and the vocal. At the same time, they are closely connected in a meaningful way – the point is the complex nature of relationships in modern society. 16+... See MoreSee Less

Vladimir Rannev - PROSE

Vladimir Rannev - PROSE

feb 24, 8:00pm - feb 24, 7:30pm

Stanislavsky Electrotheatre

After “The Groom,” a story by Yury Mamleev, and writings by Anton Chekhov Vladimir Rannev’s opera is based on two texts, Yury Mamleev’s “The Groom” and fragments of Anton Chekhov’s “The Steppe.” The former, an example of “cruel” prose in the literature of Russian realism, is presented visually. The latter, meditative and virtually event-free, is presented in vocal form. Written in the early 2000s, Mamleev’s story is simultaneously the hyper-realistic and phantasmagorical exploration of an incident that occurs in a common Russian family. After losing their seven year-old daughter in an automobile accident, the Kondratovs are torn out of their customary comfortable life and are bound to learn to live anew. They see their salvation in the “adoption” of Vanya Gadov, the individual who involuntarily caused the death of their daughter. Full of fear as he enters the family of his victim, this unthinking truck driver, an orphan, turns into a tyrant. The boy Yegorushka, the hero of Chekhov’s “The Steppe,” is traveling to be raised by distant relatives. Nature around him begins to resemble his mother, from whom he is now torn, while the new world awaiting him is unclear and terrifying. Yegorushka must find a way to live in this world, perhaps even to be successful in it – that is, essentially, to transform into Mamleev’s Vanya. We see before us a single person, captured at different moments in his life, before and after entering the world of human relationships. The tension between the two types of texts, vehement and contemplative, is revealed through the counterpoint of the visual and the vocal. At the same time, they are closely connected in a meaningful way – the point is the complex nature of relationships in modern society. 16+... See MoreSee Less

Valery Voronov - Concert for viola and orchestra, world premiere

Valery Voronov - Concert for viola and orchestra, world premiere

feb 25, 7:00pm - feb 25, 8:00pm

Зимний театр г. Сочи
ул. Театральная, д. 2
Sochi,  354000 Map

Composer: Valery Voronov Concert for viola and orchestra Valery Voronov was born on March 3, 1970 in Moscow. He had his music lessons there at the age of seven. After completing his studies at the Glinka College in Minsk, he studied with Prof. D. Smolsky at the Minsk Academy of Music, where he received highest honours in all subjects. In 1995, he entered the composition class of Prof. K. Meyer at the Cologne College of Music, and took part in a masterclass with Prof. G. Katzer at Rheinsberg Castle. In 2001, he continued his studies with Prof. H. U. Humpert at the Electronic Music Studio in the Cologne College of Music. Voronov has been distinguished by numerous composition prizes, including the Tschaikovsky Fellowship of the Cultural Ministry of Belarus (1992-94), 1st Prize in the Composition Competition held at the opening of the Werner Richard Hall in Herdecke (Germany 2001) for “Autumn Music” for 13 Strings, 1st Prize at the 5th International W. Lutoslawski Composition Competition (Warsaw 2001) for “Andante Luminoso” for large orchestra, prize of the 8th International Composition Competition of the Vienna Summer Seminar for New Music (2002) for “Centaur” for flute and great piano strings, prize of the Pythian Games (St. Petersburg, Russia, 2005) for Studies of figure in movement Ascending for Ensemble, prize of the 3. International Schiedmayer Celesta Prize (Stuttgart, Germany, 2009) for 7 Haiku, Da Capo Preis der 4. Brandenburger Biennale (2010) for Marmor for large orchestra. Russian Youth Symphony Orchestra Yuri Bashmet... See MoreSee Less

Luc van Hove

Luc van Hove

mrt 2, 8:00pm - mrt 2, 10:00pm

LUCA Muziek - Campus Lemmens
Lemmensberg 3
Leuven,  3000 Map

Luc Van Hove studeerde aan het Koninklijk Vlaams Conservatorium in Antwerpen, waar hij eerste prijzen behaalde voor notenleer, piano, kamermuziek, muziekgeschiedenis, contrapunt, fuga en compositie, naast getuigschriften voor transpositie, muziekanalyse en vormleer. Als componist werd hij gevormd door Willem Kersters. Daarna volgde hij vervolmakingscursussen aan het Mozarteum in Salzburg en aan de University of Surrey (Guildford - UK). Hij ontving verschillende onderscheidingen, zoals de compositieprijs Albert de Vleeshouwer (1984), de prijs Annie Rutzky ter bekroning van zijn studiecarrière (1984) en de prijs Belgische Artistieke Promotie van SABAM (1990). In 1991 was hij gastcomponist van de Week voor Hedendaagse Muziek in Gent, in 1994 composer in residence van het Festival van Vlaanderen en in 1997 van I Fiamminghi in Campo. Luc Van Hove doceert compositie en analyse aan het Lemmensinstituut in Leuven en aan het Koninklijke Vlaams Conservatorium in Antwerpen. L. van Beethoven : Symfonie nr. 9. "Ode an die Freude". L. Van Hove: Cantate op. 54. Voor deze gelegenheid slaan het symfonisch orkest, het grote koor en het 'gelegenheidsalumnikoor' van campus Lemmens de handen in elkaar, met als resultaat niets minder dan de 9e symfonie van Ludwig van Beethoven en werk van oud-docent en componist Luc Van Hove. Anneke Luyten, sopraan. Frauke Elsen, alt. Saya Lee, tenor. Branimir Mrak, bas. RESERVEREN VERPLICHT. GEEN GENUMMERDE PLAATSEN !... See MoreSee Less

Mare Nostrum – Zeitgenössische Musik aus dem Nahen Osten

Mare Nostrum – Zeitgenössische Musik aus dem Nahen Osten

mrt 3, 8:00pm - mrt 3, 9:30pm

Schwere Reiter - Tanz Theater Musik
Dachauer Str. 114
Munich,  80636 Map

José María Sánchez-Verdú (*1968) / Libro del jardín de arena (2015) Anahita Abbasi (*1985) / Faab IV/a femme fatale (2016) Zaid Jabri (*1975) Altum (2016) Samir Odeh-Tamimi (*1970) / Li-Umm-Kámel (2004) Amr Okba (*1972) / Instability (2003) Leitung: Armando Merino Zinajda Kodrič , Flöte · Oliver Klenk, Klarinette · Lorenz Chen, Violine · Klaus-Peter Werani, Viola · Mareike Kirchner, Violoncello ·Kai Wangler, Akkordeon · Johannes Öllinger, Gitarre · Marco Riccelli, Klavier · Mathias Lachenmayr, Schlagzeug Der Begriff „Mare Nostrum“ kann rein geographisch verstanden werden, verweist aber auch auf einen identitätsstiftenden Kulturraum, umrahmt von den Kontinenten Europa, Asien und Afrika. Im Römischen Reich erhielt das heutige Mittelmeer den Namen „unser Meer“ – und bezeichnete damit jene Region, in der die westliche Kultur geboren wurde. Im 21. Jahrhundert ist es Schauplatz einer Migrationswelle aus den armen, Krisen erschütterten Ländern Afrikas sowie des Nahen und Mittleren Ostens in die wohlhaben- den, politisch stabilen Länder des westlichen Europas. Themen wie Tradition oder Trennung in Verbindung mit dem „Mare Nostrum“ werden in den Werken der Komponistinnen und Komponisten aus Syrien, Israel/Palästina, Iran, Ägypten und Spanien zu einem spannenden kulturellen und künstlerischen Dialog verarbeitet. Tickets zu 15,- (erm. 10,-) unter 089/21 89 82 26, reservierung@schwerereiter.de München Ticket und Abendkasse... See MoreSee Less

Jacob ter Veldhuis - Tallahatchie

Jacob ter Veldhuis - Tallahatchie

mrt 3, 8:00pm - mrt 3, 10:00pm

Opéra de Toulon
Boulevard de Strasbourg
Toulon,  83000 Map

‘Jacob ter Veldhuis is one of the most intriguing and engaging European composers of today. His control of energy and momentum, in fact, is one of his music’s greatest strengths. His fast-moving pieces have an exciting sense of drive and purposefulness, and his more meditative pieces have a logic and quiet intensity that keep them from being meandering or static. TV’s music is emotionally direct, and he possesses an authentic lyrical gift that never sounds like rehashed Romanticism. His music is marked by a gentle optimism that reflects his deliberate rejection of what he perceives as the negativity of much modern music.’* - Stephen Eddins, critic of Allmusic.com Jurjen Hempel - Conductor Jurjen Hempel dirigeert tevens regelmatig op belangrijke Europese festivals. Zo dirigeerde hij in 2004 de langverwachte opera Shadowtime van Brian Ferneyhough op de Münchener Biennale en het Festival d’Automne in Frankrijk. In 2005 maakte hij zijn debuut op de BBC Proms met het BBC Symphony Orchestra. Ook was hij als eerste Nederlandse dirigent werkzaam bij de Kirov Opera in St. Petersburg alwaar hij voorstellingen van Salome van Richard Strauss dirigeerde. Al vele jaren geldt Jurjen Hempel als een bijzonder dirigent van eigentijdse muziek. Hij dirigeerde o.m. Asko Ensemble, Schönberg Ensemble, Ensemble Intercontemporain en het London Sinfonietta. Sinds januari 2013 is Jurjen Hempel aangesteld als chef dirigent en artistiek directeur bij het Joensuu City Orchestra in Finland. Chad Hoopes - Violin American violinist Chad Hoopes has been appearing with numerous ensembles throughout the world since he won the first prize at the Young Artists Division of the Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition. His exceptional talent and magnificent tone are acclaimed by critics worldwide. He is a violinist possessing vibrant virtuosity "with an inspiring blend of emotional expression and technical ease" (Press Democrat), and his mastery is described as "way beyond his years" - (Press Democrat). Femke IJlstra - Saxophone Femke is een ware ambassadrice voor haar instrument. Met absolute overtuiging en ogenschijnlijk technische perfectie overtuigt ze zichzelf en daarmee het publiek met haar muziek" - (jury Friese Emmy ) "Femke Ijlstra played with a refined musical depth and embattled elegance" "wonderful on the alto saxophone, she gracefully provoked and engaged a distinct timbre, with melodious phrasing that resulted in unforgettable resonance." - (Bachtrack 15-5-2016)... See MoreSee Less

Carlos Micháns - Dos Abismos - Nederlands Studenten Koor

Carlos Micháns - Dos Abismos - Nederlands Studenten Koor

mrt 3, 8:15pm - mrt 3, 10:15pm

Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam
Concertgebouwplein 10
Amsterdam,  1071 LN Map

„ALS IEDEREEN VOOR ZIJN EIGEN OVERTUIGINGEN ZOU VECHTEN ZOU ER GEEN OORLOG ZIJN.” – LEO TOLSTOJ, UIT OORLOG EN VREDE Bereid u voor op een avond vol emotie: van ontroerende motetten, tot vrolijk swingende nummers, tot een zee aan klanken die haast bovenaards klinkt. Het NSK zingt dit jaar in het thema van Война и Мир, of Oorlog en Vrede. Het oeroude conflict tussen deze begrippen heeft altijd een prominente rol gehad in de mensheid. Dat weerspiegelt zich in de kunst: vooral na de wereldoorlogen zochten steeds meer artiesten de vrede, terwijl andere juist de gruwelen van oorlog wilden aantonen. Oorlog en vrede: het is tot op heden nog altijd een belangrijke tegenstelling. We zijn elke dag getuige van schrijnende beelden en verhalen in de media over de verschrikkingen in andere landen, die het herdenken van oorlog en nadenken over vrede relevanter maken dan ooit. Tegelijkertijd lijkt oorlog ver van ons af te staan en is de vrede die we dagelijks ervaren bijna vanzelfsprekend. Wat is vandaag de dag nog de betekenis van ‘dit nooit weer’ in een samenleving waarin mensen uit het oog lijken te verliezen wat hen bindt? Het NSK toont in dit programma hoe componisten op deze thematiek reageren in hun muziek. Hoe verklanken zij de verschrikkingen van de oorlog? Waarin vonden zij rust, vrede en verlossing? Ons programma kent beide kanten. Zoek naar wereldvrede in Friede auf Erden van Arnold Schönberg. Luister naar de gevolgen van oorlogsgeweld in het prachtige Wie liegt die Stadt so Wüst van Rudolf Mauersberger. Of vier de vrede met Waterloo van ABBA. Hoe dan ook, een Nederlands Studenten Koor concert is een ervaring op zich…... See MoreSee Less

Willem Jeths - Recorder Concerto

Willem Jeths - Recorder Concerto

mrt 4, 11:00am - mrt 4, 1:00pm

Bochumer Symphoniker
Bochum,   Map

BOSY MATINÉE 3 ELLERS _ JETHS _ SIBELIUS Programm Heino Eller: „Koit", Symphonische Dichtung für Orchester Willem Jeths: Konzert für Blockflöte und Orchester Jean Sibelius: Symphonie Nr. 1 e-Moll op. 39 Stefan Temmingh, Blockflöte Bochumer Symphoniker Anu Tali, Dirigentin Willem Jeths started his musical career as a child with piano and music theory lessons in the Music School of Amersfoort with Paul Seeling. He originally studied in the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam, from 1980 to 1982. He continued with composition in the Conservatory of Utrecht with Hans Cox and Tristan Keuris. He finished his studies with Keuris in 1988. Parallel to composition Jeths studied musicology at the University of Amsterdam. He completed his studies with a doctoral dissertation about Elisabeth Kuyper (1877–1953), which was later published in the book Zes vrouwelijke componisten. Willem Jeths is composition teacher at the Conservatory of Amsterdam since 2007. He was composition teacher at the Fontys Conservatory in Tilburg from 2003 to 2007. In the 2004–2005 season Jeths was composer-in-residence with Het Gelders Orkest and the Brabant Orchestra, and during the 2006–2007 season with the Orkest van het Oosten. In the year 2000 there was a three-day Willem Jeths Festival in Rotterdam. In November 2014 he was appointed by copyright organization BUMA/STEMRA as the first "Componist des Vaderlands" of The Netherlands. Willem Jeths has written many works for chamber music[1] but he is mainly focused on works for orchestra. When we consider the art of writing concertos, Willem Jeths is undoubtedly a musician who has the experience that is required. No fewer than thirteen such works have now flowed from his pen. ‘Erik came over to my place a few times to play things through. He also played a number of different recorders to me. These included a sixteenth century renaissance recorder by Silvestro Ganassi. That instrument is more powerful than the more common baroque variant, so I composed my concerto specifically for the Ganassi recorder.’ As the composition progressed, Jeths was increasingly captivated by what he calls the “essence of the instrument”. ‘To me, the sound of the recorder represents innocence and fragile purity. I had to give the soloist enough scope to let him put these qualities across to the best possible effect. My orchestration is therefore deliberately thin. The orchestra plays a subservient part in this piece so that the soloist can emerge in the limelight.'... See MoreSee Less

Louis Andriessen - Perseverance

Louis Andriessen - Perseverance

mrt 4, 12:00pm - mrt 4, 5:00pm

Οnassis Cultural Centre Athens
Syngrou 107
Athens,  11745 Map

Louis Andriessen was born in Utrecht on June 6, 1939. After an early training in composition with his father, composer Hendrik Andriessen, he continued his studies with Kees van Baaren at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague. Receiving the major composition prize upon his graduation, Andriessen subsequently studied two years with Luciano Berio in Milan (1962-63) and Berlin (1964-65). (List of) awards/prizes: For his major work De Staat (The Republic; 1976) he received the prestigious Matthijs Vermeulen Prize in 1977, as well as the first prize of the Rostrum of Composers. For the works composed in 1991: M is for man, Facing death (written for the Kronos String Quartet), Dances (for soprano and chamber orchestra), Hout (for ensemble) and Lacrimosa (for two bassoons) he again received the Matthijs Vermeulen Prize in 1992. In 1993 he was awarded the 3M-prize. In 2001 he was awarded by the World Music Contest Kerkrade for his contributions to wind music. On January 28, 2008 he received the Johan Wagenaar Prijs. On the occasion of his 70th birthday he was awarded the silver medal of the city of Amsterdam. De volharding : = (Perseverance), for piano and wind instruments, (1972) / Louis Andriessen - duration 23'00". Onassis Cultural Centre CC’s annual Open Day is already an institution. As its name denotes, it opens OCC to the public. Visitors have the opportunity to move freely through all the spaces of the building, choosing which activities they wish to engage in and creating their own aesthetic paths. The theme of this year’s Open Day extends to an entire era. On the occasion of the fifty-year anniversary of May 68, we trace the complex and charming routes and cross-fertilization between avant-garde art and new social and cultural ideas of the period, beginning at the end of the 1950s up to the first years of the 70s. The event will include works of such artists as Luis Andriessen, Luciano Berio, Pierre Boulez, John Cage, Cornelius Cardew, Aldo Clementi, George Crumb, Alvin Curran, Guy Debord, Luc Ferrari, Grateful Dead, Reinbert de Leeuw, Misha Mengelberg, Luigi Nono, Iannis Xenakis, Musica Elettronica Viva, Frederic Rzewski, Peter Schat, Scratch Orchestra, Giorgos Sisilianos, Jani Christou, and Christian Wolff. www.sgt.gr/eng/SPG2019/... See MoreSee Less

Light on contemporary Dutch piano music

Light on contemporary Dutch piano music

mrt 4, 4:00pm - mrt 4, 11:00pm

De Doelen
Schouwburgplein 50
Rotterdam,  3012 CL Map

Ralph van Raat and pupils Light on contemporary Dutch piano music Ralph van Raat piano Paolo Gorini piano Pierre Delignies piano Christos Papandreopoulos piano Across Parts I and II shall include the following work performed: Willem Pijper Sonata for two pianos Theo Loevendie Walk for solo piano Rudolf Escher Arcana - suite for solo piano Peter Schat Anathema Vanessa Lann Second Nature Ton de Leeuw Les Adieux 4:00 p.m. to 17:15 pm: Part I: Works by Theo Loevendie, Ton de Leeuw, Henk Badings and Rudolf Escher 17:30 to 18:00 pm: pause and Red Sofa conversation with participating musicians 20.00: Share II: Works by Peter Darling, Louis Andriessen, Astrid Kruisselbrink, Mayke Nas and Vanessa Lann www.dedoelen.nl/agenda/13412/Licht_op_de_hedendaagse_Nederlandse_pianomuziek/Ralph_van_Raat_leerl... webshop.donemus.com/action/front/sheetmusic/451 webshop.donemus.com/action/front/sheetmusic/966 webshop.donemus.com/action/front/sheetmusic/1442 webshop.donemus.com/action/front/sheetmusic/602 webshop.donemus.com/action/front/sheetmusic/13207 webshop.donemus.com/action/front/sheetmusic/4919 webshop.donemus.com/action/front/search?order=name&name=%22Andriessen%2C+Louis%22 webshop.donemus.com/action/front/search?order=name&name=%22Kruisselbrink%2C+Astrid%22 webshop.donemus.com/action/front/search?order=name&name=%22Nas%2C+Mayke%22... See MoreSee Less

Michael Fine - Memories

Michael Fine - Memories

mrt 4, 5:00pm - mrt 4, 6:00pm

Temple du Bas, Neuchâtel
5, Rue du Temple Neuf
Neuchâtel,  2000 Map

Michael Fine, GRAMMY Bekroond Classical Producer of the Year (1992), Michael Fine wordt algemeen erkend als een van de beste klassieke producenten van muziekopnames ter wereld. Naast het vastleggen van de productie, is Fine actief in artistieke planning, waaronder het Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, waar hij op dit moment optreedt als interim-artistiek directeur en bij het Seoul Philharmonic. "Memories" is mijn eerste concert en eerste stuk met een solo-viool. De titel en toewijding aan mijn vrouw Tammy komt voort uit onze wederzijdse vreugde in spontane, geïmproviseerde komische liederen, de meeste over onze geliefde kat Sambucca die ons leven 21 jaar deelde (en was vrij de muziekcriticus.) Veel van deze liedjes werden onze 'standaard' repertoire "en zelfs nu, jaren na de dood van Sam, zingen we haar liedjes nog steeds tegen elkaar. Deze liedjes en stukjes lied sluipen zich een weg naar 'Memeories', ik hoop op een manier die niemand zal herkennen behalve Tammy en mij. Het andere geheugen dat in dit stuk is vastgelegd, is mijn grootvader, een gepassioneerde muziekliefhebber en viool-liefhebber, die als hij teleurgesteld was dat ik ervoor koos om klarinet te spelen, het goed verborgen hield. Natuurlijk moest mijn eerste concert voor viool zijn. Michael Fine Vrije toegang, collecte.... See MoreSee Less

Chiel Meijering - Now!

Chiel Meijering - Now!

mrt 7, 7:00pm - mrt 7, 9:00pm

Otakar Jeremias Concert Hall, České Budějovice

Chiel Meijering was born in Amsterdam in 1954. He studied composition with Ton de Leeuw, percussion under Jan Labordus and Jan Pustjens and piano at the Amsterdam Conservatory of Music. He is one of the most performed Dutch composers. Meijering has an enormous output of works. He has written over 1000 compositions so far, for almost any instrumentation imaginable. A main focus has been on various small ensemble settings. Many of these pieces are performed regularly in the Netherlands and abroad and were written for renowned chamber music ensembles, such as the Aurelia Saxophone Quartet, the Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet, the Mondriaan String Quartet, the Matangi String Quartet, the Sinfonietta Amsterdam, the Amsterdam Guitar Trio, the Asko|Schönberg Ensemble or German newcomer ensemble Spark. Since the 2000s, Meijering has developed a growing interest into opera. Solisten: Cécile Boiffin (marimba), Markéta Zikmundová (adelaar), Kateřina Pavlíková (barytonsaxofon)... See MoreSee Less

Chiel Meijering - Now!

Chiel Meijering - Now!

mrt 8, 7:00pm - mrt 8, 9:00pm

Otakar Jeremias Concert Hall, České Budějovice

Chiel Meijering was born in Amsterdam in 1954. He studied composition with Ton de Leeuw, percussion under Jan Labordus and Jan Pustjens and piano at the Amsterdam Conservatory of Music. He is one of the most performed Dutch composers. Meijering has an enormous output of works. He has written over 1000 compositions so far, for almost any instrumentation imaginable. A main focus has been on various small ensemble settings. Many of these pieces are performed regularly in the Netherlands and abroad and were written for renowned chamber music ensembles, such as the Aurelia Saxophone Quartet, the Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet, the Mondriaan String Quartet, the Matangi String Quartet, the Sinfonietta Amsterdam, the Amsterdam Guitar Trio, the Asko|Schönberg Ensemble or German newcomer ensemble Spark. Since the 2000s, Meijering has developed a growing interest into opera. Solisten: Cécile Boiffin (marimba), Markéta Zikmundová (adelaar), Kateřina Pavlíková (barytonsaxofon)... See MoreSee Less

Rieteke Hölscher - Il Cibo per la Musica

Rieteke Hölscher - Il Cibo per la Musica

mrt 10, 9:30am - mrt 10, 6:00pm

Akoesticum
Voormalige Frisokazerne
Ede,  6711JC Map

Nationaal Concours voor Jeugdsymfonieorkesten 2018 6e editie! De deelnemers in willekeurige volgorde: 3e afdeling zaterdag 10 maart 2018 Akoesticum Ede Almeers Jeugd Symfonie Orkest junior o.l.v. Hans Welle Apeldoorns Jeugdorkest o.l.v. Rob Kaptein Jeugdsymfonieorkest OpStreek o.l.v. Daan Welle 2e afdeling zaterdag 10 maart 2018 in Ede Domstad Jeugdorkest o.l.v. Mark Walter Rotterdams Jeugd Symfonie Orkest o.l.v. Jim Roodnat Jeugdsymfonieorkest Bloembollenstreek o.l.v. Erik Waerts 2e en 3e afdeling te volgen via live-stream, info volgt. Concours 2e en 3e afdeling: tussen 09.30 – 18.00 uur. 1e afdeling zaterdag 24 maart De Harmonie Leeuwarden Amersfoorts Jeugd Orkest o.l.v. Rolf Buijs Euregio Jeugdorkest o.l.v. Hans Casteleyn Frysk Jeugd Orkest o.l.v. Theo Brouwer Twents Jeugd Symfonie Orkest o.l.v. Carl Wittrock Young Talent Orchestra o.l.v. Mikhail Zemtsov Gratis toegang voor publiek! Aanvang concours 15.30 uur. Juryuitslag/einde 21.30 uur.... See MoreSee Less

Joey Roukens - In Unison

Joey Roukens - In Unison

mrt 10, 2:15pm - mrt 10, 4:00pm

Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam
Concertgebouwplein 10
Amsterdam,  1071 LN Map

Joey Roukens behoort zonder twijfel tot de meest getalenteerde orkestcomponisten van Nederland. Bovendien heeft hij een zwak voor het (solo)concertgenre. Zo klonk in 2012 zijn Concerto Hypnagogique in de ZaterdagMatinee en voltooide hij in 2016 zowel een Percussieconcert als een Vioolconcert. Laatstgenoemde werk gooide hoge ogen bij de Nederlandse muziekpers: “pure schoonheid”, schreef het NRC. Roukens’ nieuwste partituur In unison, een dubbelconcert voor twee piano’s geschreven in opdracht van de NTR ZaterdagMatinee, vraagt niet om één maar om twee solisten. En wie kunnen die glansrollen beter vervullen dan de gebroeders Jussen? Zij tekenen voor de wereldpremière van Roukens' In unison. De Jussen-broers spelen Joey Roukens Lucas en Arthur hebben opgetreden met nagenoeg alle Nederlandse orkesten, waaronder het Koninklijk Concertgebouw Orkest, het Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest, het Residentie Orkest en de Radio Kamer Filharmonie. Daarnaast speelden ze met gerenommeerde internationale orkesten als het Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, London Chamber Orchestra, MDR Sinfonie Orchester en Shanghai Symphony Orchestra. Zij werkten samen met dirigenten als Jaap van Zweden, Claus Peter Flor, Elihu Inbal, Jan Willem de Vriend, Stéphane Denève, James Gaffigan, Sir Neville Marriner en Frans Brüggen.... See MoreSee Less

Canto Ostinato in Het Scheepvaartmuseum (extra concerten!)

Canto Ostinato in Het Scheepvaartmuseum (extra concerten!)

mrt 10, 7:30pm - mrt 10, 11:30pm

Het Scheepvaartmuseum
Kattenburgerplein 1
Amsterdam,  1018 KK Map

Na een schitterende eerste editie vorig jaar november, komen we ook dit jaar weer naar Het Scheepvaartmuseum met twee Canto Ostinato ligconcerten® met Sandra en Jeroen van Veen. Echter, de concerten in september zijn al uitverkocht en dus komen er twee extra concerten op zaterdag 10 maart 2018! Genieten van de Canto Ostinato liggend onder een sterrenhemel die altijd straalt en een sprookjesachtige sfeer? Het letterlijke hoogtepunt is de overkapping van de binnenplaats, het Open Pleyn. Dankzij dit glazen dak is het plein een unieke plek voor de Canto Ostinato van componist Simeon ten Holt, uitgevoerd door het beroemde pianoduo Sandra en Jeroen van Veen. Zo heeft u nog niet eerder een ligconcert® beleefd. De speciale aansturing van de ledverlichting (868 lampen!) in het glazen dak i.c.m. met het muziekstuk geeft het concert een onvoorstelbare sfeer die werkelijk uniek is in de wereld. Er zijn twee concerten, om 19.30 en om 22.00 uur. Voorafgaand is er weer de mogelijkheid om te dineren in Het Scheepvaartmuseum voor een complete avond uit.... See MoreSee Less

Chiel Meijering - Asia Argento

Chiel Meijering - Asia Argento

mrt 11, 5:00pm - mrt 11, 6:00pm

ul. Sophia Perovskaya, 3, Murmansk

General: Chiel Meijering was born in Amsterdam on June 15, 1954. Education: He studied composition with Ton de Leeuw, percussion under Jan Labordus and Jan Pustjens and piano at the Amsterdam Conservatory of Music. Compositions: Meijering has an enormous output of works. He has written over 1000 compositions so far, for almost any instrumentation imaginable. A main focus has been on various small ensemble settings. Many of these pieces are performed regularly in the Netherlands and abroad and were written for renowned chamber music ensembles, such as the Aurelia Saxophone Quartet, the Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet, the Mondriaan String Quartet, the Matangi String Quartet, the Sinfonietta Amsterdam, the Amsterdam Guitar Trio, the Asko|Schönberg Ensemble or German newcomer ensemble Spark. The overwhelming success of his ‘Alzheimer’ Opera, which was premiered in January 2006 at the Muziekgebouw aan ’t IJ marked his breakthrough with a larger theater audience.... See MoreSee Less

Soapbox

Soapbox

mrt 11, 6:00pm - mrt 11, 7:30am

Tim Melville Gallery
4 Winchester St, Newton
Auckland,  1010 Map

SOAPBOX, Hearsay's first event of 2018 comprises two large ensemble works, Louis Andriessen's Workers Union, and Frederic Rzewksi's Coming Together, with a number of guest soapbox speakers

Pavel Karmanov - Forellenquintet

Pavel Karmanov - Forellenquintet

mrt 15, 7:00pm - mrt 15, 4:00pm

Омская филармония
Ленина, 27 А
Omsk,  644024 Map

Pavel Karmanov - Forellenquintet Alexander Khubeev was born in 1986 in city Perm (Russia). He Pavel Karmanov was born in 1970 in the city of Bratsk, Irkutsk into a family of musicians. He began writing music in Novosibirsk at the age of 5. In 1988 he graduated from the Central Music School and in 1995 from Moscow Conservatory in 1995. At various times, he studied with Yu.Kholopov, A.Leman, A.Bykanov, G. Dmitriev and A. Nikolayev. During his secondary school and college years actively participated in Moscow concert, comprising in various styles. Since the early 90s he became very interested in aesthetic post-avant-garde, "new simplicity" and "minimalism". OMSK ACADEMISCH SYMPHONIE-ORKEST Artistiek directeur en chef-dirigent - Dmitry Vasilyev... See MoreSee Less

Hofer Symphoniker und The Red Socks Brassquintett

Hofer Symphoniker und The Red Socks Brassquintett

mrt 18, 8:00pm

Wir freuen uns sehr über die Ehre eingeladen worden zu sein, mit einem der traditionsreichsten und renommiertesten deutschen Kulturorchestern zu spielen! Am 8. März 2018 werden wir begleitet von den Hofer Symphonikern bei Jan Koetsiers op. 133, seinem "Konzert für Blechbläserquintett und Orchester".... See MoreSee Less

Olga Victorova - ‘Oi, vo pole’ & ‘Toccata and Canzone’

Olga Victorova - ‘Oi, vo pole’ & ‘Toccata and Canzone’

mrt 20, 6:30pm - mrt 20, 4:30pm

Свердловская филармония / Sverdlovsk Philharmonic
Карла Либкнехта, 38а
Yekaterinburg,  620075 Map

Since 1996 Olga Victorova is a member of The Composers' Union of Russia. From 1995 to 2016 she taught composition, history and theory of music at the The Ural State Conservatory, the Liberal Arts University and at the Sverdlovsk Tchaikovsky Music College. Olga Victorova established the New Music Ensemble of Sverdlovsk Philharmonic Society. In 2000 she authored the “XXI” subscription series at this concert organization, which was presenting contemporary music. For many years Olga has been coordinating projects which combined sound, visual art and emerging technology. Her music, composed for chamber and symphonic orchestras, has been performed in Russia and beyond, in countries such as Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, Japan. She is a regular guest at various festivals: the Festival of Radio France, Musique de Notre temps (France), La Folle Journée, Centara Corporation International New Music Festival (Canada), European dance and music open air festival (Luxembourg), The Moscow Autumn, The International Gaudeamus Music Week, Russia Femina (The Netherlands), Week-end contemporain (Brussels), Transsiberian Arts Festival, International Music Festival Eurasia (Russia), Yuri Bashmet Festival (Republic of Belarus) and others. Program: Kalinnikov. Symfonie nr. 1 Olga Viktorov: Cantata ‘Oi, vo pole’ for soloists, choir and symphony orchestra Olga Viktorov: ‘Toccata and Canzone’ for violin, organ, string orchestra and timpani... See MoreSee Less

Alexander Khubeev, Dmitri Kourliandski

Alexander Khubeev, Dmitri Kourliandski

mrt 21, 7:00pm - mrt 21, 4:00pm

Омская филармония
Ленина, 27 А
Omsk,  644024 Map

Alexander Khubeev - "The age of eternal expectation" Alexander Khubeev was born in 1986 in city Perm (Russia). He graduated from Moscow Tchaikovsky Conesrvatory in 2011 (class of composition of Yuri Kasparov, class of electronic composition of Igor Kefalidis), he finished his post-graduate course in Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory in 2014. Since 2014 he is a coordinator of International Academy of Young Composers in Tchaikovsky city. Awards "Connecting music" (2009, Kiev, Ukraine, diploma) 5th International Jurgenson young composers' competition (2009, Moscow, Russia, diploma) 3rd Young composers' competition "Step to the left" (2010, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 2nd prize winner) The International Composers Competition (for composing mandatory work for the 2nd round of the 2nd Moscow Conservatory International Competition for Winds and Percussion) (2010, Moscow, Russia, 1st prize winner) International composers competition "Le note ritrovate" (2010, Avellino, Italy, 1st prize winner) "Pythian games" (2011, Saint Petersburg, Russia, Grand prize) Open international composers competition of site reMusik.org (2011, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 2nd prize winner) 7th International Jurgenson young composers' competition (2013, Moscow, Russia, diploma) Salvatore Martirano Award (2013, Urbana, USA, 3rd prize) International Call for Composers conDiT (2014, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1st prize winner) Dmitri Kourliandski - Riot of Spring Dmitri Kourliandski was born in 1976 in Moscow. He graduated from the Moscow Conservatory and completed post-graduate course led by Leonid Bobylev. His compositions won several prizes at the international composers competitions, including the Gaudeamus Prize 2003 in the Netherlands (in 2013 Dmitri Kourliandski was invited as a jury member of this competition), 2010 Gianni Bergamo Classic Music Award in Switzerland, 2011 Johann Joseph Fux opera composition competition (Austria). In 2008 he was artist-in-residence of the Berliner Künstlerprogramm and in 2010 – composer-in-residence of the 2E2M ensemble in Paris. Since 2012 he is invited to give master-classes and lectures at the Amsterdam and San-Sebastian conservatories, Young composers meeting in Apeldoorn (The Netherlands), COURSE (Ukraine), Royaumont composition session (France), Tzlil Meudcan (Israel), International Young Composers Academy in Tchaikovsky city (Russia). OMSK ACADEMISCH SYMPHONIE-ORKEST Artistiek directeur en chef-dirigent - Dmitry Vasilyev... See MoreSee Less