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Margaret Brandman Music HIGHLIGHTS & PREMIERES

Margaret Brandman Music HIGHLIGHTS & PREMIERES

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Sunday, September 18, 2022 - 15:05

Margaret Brandman’s internationally-recorded music is frequently aired on ABC Classic, Fine Music (Sydney), and Eastside Radio.
In 2019 and 2021 she received the award for ‘Best Foreign Composition' from the Artemis Film Festival in Los Angeles, for her orchestral works ‘Firestorm Symphony’, and ‘Spirit Visions’, released by Parma Recordings.
Her compositions range from richly-melodic modern classical styles to highly rhythmic pieces in Latin-American dance genres.

Come along to enjoy Australia’s finest performers presenting vocal and instrumental highlights from the Brandman collection together with premieres of exciting new works for violin, cello, and string ensemble.
Premieres include works from Margaret Brandman’s newly released ‘Binna Burra Dreaming’ album for ‘cello and piano, and ‘La Vida Apasionada’ (A passionate life) an exhilarating suite
of Latin-American influenced works performed and recorded by Vov Dylan and the quintet from the Palace Orchestra.

Vocalists: Ayse Goknur Shanal, Matthew Avery
Violin: Vov Dylan, Mar’yana Sywak
Cello: Ariel Volovelsky
Double Bass: Nicole Murray-Prior
Pianists: Irma Enriquez, John Martin, Margaret Brandman

Event place: 
Mosman Art Gallery Grand Hall
 
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Flüchtige Gedanken

Flüchtige Gedanken

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Thursday, September 22, 2022 - 18:30
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Members of the Vienna Philharmonic:
Lara Kusztrich, violin
Sebastian Führlinger, viola
Stefan Gartmayer, violoncello
Katharina Hirschmann, presentation

Tomasz SKWERES Elusive Thoughts. 6 Miniaturen für Streichtrio
Friedrich CERHA Suite für Violoncello solo WV 197
Lukas HASELBÖCK Triptychon (WP)
Arnold SCHÖNBERG String Trio op. 45

Musical thoughts – as the title of Tomasz Skweres’ work suggests – can have an ephemeral quality and materialize in the ambiguity of musical compositions. On the other hand, musical ideas can also unfold in the logic, technique, and art of their presentation, as Arnold Schönberg writes. The artwork becomes a “labyrinth, in which at every point the expert knows the entrance and exit, without a red thread guiding him.”

Free admission
https://schoenberg.at/index.php/en/veranstaltungen/3351/fluechtige-gedanken

Event place: 
Arnold Schönberg Center
 
 
Flüchtige Gedanken

Flüchtige Gedanken

concert
Thursday, September 22, 2022 - 18:30
Composer reference: 

Members of the Vienna Philharmonic:
Lara Kusztrich, violin
Sebastian Führlinger, viola
Stefan Gartmayer, violoncello
Katharina Hirschmann, presentation

Tomasz SKWERES Elusive Thoughts. 6 Miniaturen für Streichtrio
Friedrich CERHA Suite für Violoncello solo WV 197
Lukas HASELBÖCK Triptychon (WP)
Arnold SCHÖNBERG String Trio op. 45

Musical thoughts – as the title of Tomasz Skweres’ work suggests – can have an ephemeral quality and materialize in the ambiguity of musical compositions. On the other hand, musical ideas can also unfold in the logic, technique, and art of their presentation, as Arnold Schönberg writes. The artwork becomes a “labyrinth, in which at every point the expert knows the entrance and exit, without a red thread guiding him.”

Free admission
https://schoenberg.at/index.php/en/veranstaltungen/3351/fluechtige-gedanken

Event place: 
Arnold Schönberg Center
 
 
 
 
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Verklärte Romantik

Verklärte Romantik

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Tuesday, September 27, 2022 - 18:30

Phoenix Sextet

Johannes BRAHMS Streichsextett Nr. 1 B-Dur op. 18
Richard WAGNER Tristan und Isolde: Vorspiel (Arrangement für Streichsextett von Walter Hus, UA)
Arnold SCHÖNBERG Verklärte Nacht op. 4

Als Schmelztiegel sensibler Künstler:innen, die gleich einem Musiklabor den lebendigen Ideenaustausch pflegen, gründeten sechs Solist:innen großer europäischer Orchester das Phoenix Sextet. Mit Werken von Johannes Brahms und Arnold Schönberg stellen sie zwei Meisterstücke der Gattung gegenüber. Während das Werk des Älteren den klassischen Formen verpflichtet ist, durchbricht der jüngere mit einer engagierten Programmmusik die Konventionen seiner Zeit.
Karten € 14 | Freier Eintritt für Personen bis 26 Jahre

Karten € 14 | Freier Eintritt für Personen bis 26 Jahre
https://schoenberg.at/index.php/de/veranstaltungen/3352/verklaerte-romantik

 
 
 
 
 
 
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