The KLANGSPUREN SCHWAZ 2015 festival presents a diverse range of music with unfamiliar tunes, tunings and atmospheres. Alternative harmonic and tuning systems, just intonation, unusual scales and intonation, micro-intervals, otherworldly beats and pulses, unorthodox playing techniques, custom-made musical instruments and subtle musical gestures all characterize this festival edition. In Beat Furrer, this year’s Composer in Residence of the 12th edition of the KLANGSPUREN International Ensemble Modern Academy, we have found yet another extraordinary musical character. In the course of the festival you will hear the unknown alongside the new. With concerts, talks and installations by regional, national and international artists, KLANGSPUREN aims to provide audiences with extensive snapshots of contemporary creativity.
Short concerts in private living rooms by participants of the KLANGSPUREN INTERNATIONAL ENSEMBLE MODERN ACADEMY. Invite a duet, trio or quartet to perform and get your neighbours, friends and relatives over. KLANGSPUREN will bring the musicians to you, to your home, flat or office (concert length 20-25 minutes)
Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck, RepertorioZero, hornroh alphorn modern quartet
Francesco Angelico, conductor
Werke von Carlo Ciceri (WP), Gerhard E. Winkler (WP), Georg Friedrich Haas
Beat Furrer and young international musicians from the KLANGSPUREN INTERNATIONAL ENSEMBLE MODERN ACADEMY
Works by Beat Furrer, Heinz Holliger, Luigi Nono and others
Dance floor pieces (with word announcements)
Dance music from inner Alpine valleys to Béla Bartók
Lead by St. James' Way researcher, Peter Lindenthal
12 concerts on the path from Stanz bei Landeck to St. Christoph am Arlberg
Original and new works for the exotic collection of instruments by the American pioneer, Harry Partch
Compositions by Klaus Lang (WP), Harry Partch and others
A frenzy in eight departments.
Works by Gustav Mahler, Enno Poppe, Beat Furrer, Georg Friedrich Haas u.a.
The complete program will be announced at the end of May 2015