Kalendarium

Easter Festival Imago Dei 2018

© Promo

CHOR AD LIBITUM & KATHARINA STEMBERGER

Opening of the sound sculpture, vocal works by Heinrich Schütz, Gustav Mahler, Johannes Brahms, Arvo Pärt (“Da Pacem”) meet texts by Meister Eckhart, psalms by the prophet Isaiah, and poems by Christine Lavant. Details

Friday
09. March 2018

19:30

Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche

Rüdiger Safranski & Minetti Quartett Nocturne

Panel Discussion & Concert
A panel discussion with Rüdiger Safranski and Wolfgang Kos about the night and dream imaginations in Romanticism. Followed by “Nocturne”: string quartets by Joseph Haydn, György Ligeti, and Franz Schubert.
Details

Saturday
10. March 2018

18:00

Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche

Concert for children: The colourful Camel Marwan Abado, Salah Ammo, Amirkasra Zandian, Marko Simsa

A musical journey into the Orient, for kids 5+. Details

Sunday
11. March 2018

15:00

Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche

Ensemble Organum / Ensemble SoloVoices Occitania / Stimmung

Double Concert
Two renowned vocal ensembles present Occitan songs from over 1000 years and Karlheinz Stockhausen’s “Stimmung” (1968).
Details

Friday
16. March 2018

19:00

Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche

Bang On A Can All-Stars Field Recordings: Dream Sequences

Field recordings of everyday sounds inspired Steve Reich, Christian Marclay, Johann Johannson, David Lang, and others to new pieces of music, interpreted live by the legendary New York ensemble. Details

Saturday
17. March 2018

19:00

Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche

Robert Pfaller / Duo Schneider-Romen / Black Seas Ensemble Salut for Caudwell / Black Seas

Lecture with Discussion & Double Concert
Three statements on fictions of reality: by philosopher Robert Pfaller; Helmut Lachenmann’s guitar “Salut” for the author Christopher Caudwell; Steve Bates’ explorations into hallucinatory auditory experiences (premiere!) by the Black Seas Ensemble with Martin Brandlmayr, Angélica Castelló, Christof Kurzmann, Michaela Grill, and Burkhard Stangl. Details

Friday
23. March 2018

19:00

Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche

Huelgas Ensemble & Minguet Quartet Et Lux

Eight vocalists and four string players fuse old and new music by Gesualdo da Venosa and Wolfgang Rihm (“Et Lux”) into sonic luminescence. Details

Saturday
24. March 2018

19:00

Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche

Ensemble Constantinople Feat. Savina Yannatou The Night Of A Thousand Ears

An ensemble with traditional Persian and European instruments, an avant-garde clarinet player, and a Greek singer revisit the poet Sappho and the music of the Antique. Details

Sunday
25. March 2018

19:00

Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche

Marino Formenti & Jorge Sánchez-Chiong Mad Bob

Musical pieces, studies, sketches, and fragments by Robert Schumann interpreted and further composed by Marino Formenti and Jorge Sánchez-Chiong. Details

Friday
30. March 2018

12:00

Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche

Les Musiciens De Saint-Julien For ever Fortune

Songs, suites, and contredanse – Scottish melodies and dances from the Baroque and Rococo from William Thomson to James Oswald. Details

Monday
02. April 2018

19:00

Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche

BLACK METAL SQUARE # 1-3 Jacob Kirkegaard

Three black metal plates (100 x 100 x 0.06 cm; 75 x 75 x 0.05 cm; 50 x 50 x 0.04 cm), sensors, contact speakers, amplifiers, and steel wire. Details

25/03/2017 - 17/04/2017

Opening:
Friday 24. March 2017

© Kathy Hinde

Tipping Point (2014) Kathy Hinde

01/07/2017 - 30/07/2017

Opening:
Friday 30. June 2017

© Anne-Laure Chamboissier

PAPER ORCHESTRA (2013) Pierre Bastien

The French musician, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Pierre Bastien has been constructing mechanical sound machines for many years now. In the tradition of Dadaism, he builds musical robots from everyday found objects, such as household appliances, office materials, or children toys, and imbues them with a totally new life. He has made a name... Details

01/07/2017 - 30/07/2017

Opening:
Friday 30. June 2017

Recipient’s Positions (2012 – 2015) Volkmar Klien

Assisted excercises in an installative setting.

Sounds are transmitted through structure- borne audio transducers mounted to the head, making the skull vibrate. The recipient is fixed into sound devices, while the artist delivers intimate music from the computer and electric piano. Does this make you nervous or receptive? Reception Positions is a threepart experiment about the materiality of sound, exploring the relationship of empathy and power between artist and recipient. Volkmar Klien describes them as “assisted exercises”. The medium is the message and the massage. Details

28/04/2017 - 06/05/2017

Opening:
Friday 28. April 2017