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Klangspuren Schwaz
10.08.2017 12:30 Age: 107 days

SUN 09/10

MATINEE: KLANGSPUREN ACADEMY IN CONCERT II

11 p.m., Vier und Einzig, Hallerstr. 41, Innsbruck

 

Sofia Gubaidulina Concordanza for chamber ensemble (1971)

Conlon Nancarrow Piece No. 2 for small orchestra (1986)

Sarah Nemtsov communication – lost – found für Ensemble ÖEA (2006)

Sofia Gubaidulina So sei es – in memoriam Viktor Suslin for violin, double bass, piano and percussion (2013)

Uroš Rojko Spoj II for ensemble AP (2014/2015)

 

Klangspuren Academy Ensemble

Franck Ollu conductor

In KLANGSPUREN INTERNATIONAL ENSEMBLE MODERN ACADEMY’s second closing concert the works to be heard by Sofia Gubaidulina are Concordanza for chamber ensemble, 1971, and So be it for violin, double bass, piano, and percussion, 2013. It was the composer’s express wish that So be it be performed at KLANGSPUREN because it is a work she dedicated to Viktor Suslin, who died five years ago. He was a very close friend and musical colleague. Suslin was the one who in 1992 persuaded her to move to the little village near Hamburg where he had lived with his wife since 1981. Along with Vyacheslav Artyomov they founded the improvisation trio Astreja in 1977, which existed until Suslin’s death. Piece No. 2 for small orchestra is a late work by Conlon Nancarrow and is one of the few pieces Nancarrow did not write for the player piano he adapted himself. With recent pieces by Uroš Rojko, born in 1954, and Sarah Nemtsov, born in 1980, the middle-age and younger generations are also represented in the program.