27.09.2016 12:36 Age: 3 yrs

SAT 09/17

TRIO CATCH

6 p.m., Viehversteigerungshalle, Rotholz 362a, Buch b. Jenbach

 

Johannes Maria Staud Wasserzeichen (Auf die Stimme der weißen Kreide II) (2015)

for (bass) clarinet, violoncello and piano

Christophe Bertrand Sanh (2006) AP

for bass clarinet, cello and piano

Clara Iannotta The people here go mad. They blame the wind. AP (2013-2014)

for bass clarinet, cello, piano and 12 music boxes

Vito Žuraj Chrysanthemum ÖEA

for (bass) clarinet, cello and piano AP

Mirela Ivičević ČAR (2016) UA

for (bass) clarinet, cello and piano

 

Trio Catch

Boglárka Pecze (clarinet/bass clarinet)

Eva Boesch (cello)

Claudia Chan (piano)

The Hamburg-based Trio Catch is a prime example of the successful work of the International Ensemble Modern Academy. The three musicians met as scholarship recipients at the IEMA, and later formed Trio Catch. Meanwhile the trio, which consists of clarinet, violoncello, and piano, has received numerous prizes and invitations to play at the most important festivals of new music and in prestigious concert halls all over the world. The trio’s express goal is to achieve the highest level of interpretation. Alongside performing classical music, Trio Catch works meticulously in close collaboration with composers to develop a specific repertoire of new works. Wasserzeichen (2015) is a brand-new, flamboyant piece by the Tyrol-born Vienna-based composer Johannes Maria Staud. Sanh (2006), written by the talented Frenchman Christophe Bertrand (who unfortunately died far too young) captivates listeners with its shimmering scales. The people here go mad. They blame the wind (2013–2014) by the Italian Clara Iannotta based on a poem by Dorothy Molloy is a surreal piece of clanging harmony augmented by special music boxes. One of the hallmarks of the Slovene Vito Žuraj is his surprising, witty and subtly humorous compositions, and Chrysanthemum (2014) is no exception. Also set to be premiered is Mirela Ivičević’s eagerly awaited new composition ČAR. Born in Croatia and living in Vienna, she is one of the “young wild” composers affiliated with the Black Page Orchestra.


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