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Bludenzer Tage zeitgemäßer Musik 2018

Place: Remise Bludenz
Director: Clara Iannotta
Organizational Management: Wolfgang Maurer
Artistic administration office: Andrea Bickel, T +43 664 500 55 36, info@allerart-bludenz.at
Organizer/information/ticket reservation: Verein allerArt - Verein zur Förderung von Kunst und Kultur in Bludenz,
www.allerart-bludenz.at, www.btzm.at, www.facebook.com/bludenzertage


Bludenzer Tage of contemporary music 2018:
Thursday, November 15 to Sunday, November 18, 2018

This year's festival presents nine world premieres in five concerts. This time, the programme aims to celebrate some of the most important joint productions of the past thirty years and to lay the foundations for new partnerships. The former curators of the festival Georg Friedrich Haas, Wolfram Schurig and Alexander Moosbrugger will write new pieces. It starts with the work with Carola Bauckholt, who will be the director of the BTZM Masterclass Competition for 2018 and 2019.

 

Program DO, 11/15/2018:
19.30 - Introduction with Claria Iannotta, Wolfram Schurig, Malika Kishino and Pierre Morlet
20.00 - Concert #1
Quatuor Diotima: Yun-Peng Zhao, Constance Ronzatti, Franck Chevalier, Pierre Morlet
Georg Friedrich Haas: new work (2018), premiere and String Quartet No. 2 (1998)
Wolfram Schurig: four bagatelles for string quartet, (1) ricercata (2018) WP.
MIsato Mochizuki: Brains (2017), ÖEA
György Ligeti: String Quartet n.2 (1968)
Malika Kishino: new plant (2018), world premiere


Programme FR, 16.11.2018:
19.30 - Introduction with Clara Iannotta, Alexander Moosbrugger, Catherine Lamb, Alessandro Perini and Richard Haynes
20.00 - Concert #2
Ensemble Proton Bern (Matthias Kuhn, Vera Schnider, Martin Bliggenstorfer, Richard Haynes, Samuel Fried, Maximilian Haft, Bettina Berger, Jan-Filip Tupa, Elise Jacoberger)
Clara Iannotta: The people here go mad. They blame the wind (2013-2014)
Alexander Moosbrugger: new work (2018), WP
Alexxandro Perini: new work (2018), world premiere
Catherine Lamb: Curva Triangulus (2018), world premiere


Programme SA, 17.11.2018:
19.40 - Introduction with Clara Iannotta and Okkyung Lee
20.00 - Concert #3:
Okkyung Lee: Grey Shooting Stars (for Yun Dong-Ju), (2018), UA - written for solo cello and multi-channel recorded sounds.


Program SO, 18.11.2018:
11.00 a.m. - Concert #4
Master class with Carola Bauckholt (director), Eva Zöllner and Heather Roche
4.30 pm: Introduction with Clara Iannotta, Liza Lim, Christopher Swithinbank and Michelle Lou
17.00 - Concert #5
Rage Thormbones: Weston Olencki and Matt Barbier
Manuela Meier: . . . what you see, is it (2016), ÖEA
Christopher Swithinbank: new plant (2018), UA
Liza Lim: Pharmacon (2018), UA - for 2 trombones
Michelle Lou: new work (2018), WP

Admission:
EUR 15,00 adults, EUR 13,00/Ö1 + seniors, EUr 12,00/mitgllieder allerArt, EUR 8,00 youths, EUR 5,00/youths of all kinds
Festival pass: EUR 45,00 adults, EUR 39,00/Ö1 + seniors, EUR 36,00/members of all kinds, EUR 24,00/youth. Students

 

 

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