PHACE | CONTEMPORARY MUSIC (former ensemble on_line) celebrated with EXIT ODEON : SPIEGEL its relaunch.

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For this production the phatastic Odeon theatre was transformed into a theatrical musical space with music for voice, soloists, ensemble & electronics. A through-composed evening with iridescent works by Hans Zender, Salvatore Sciarrino, Karlheinz Essl, Giacinto Scelsi and Kaija Saariaho.

Hans Zender
Cabaret Voltaire (2001/02)
for soprano and ensemble

Salvatore Sciarrino
Notturno Nr.1 from 2 Notturni (1998)
Notturno Nr.3 (1998)
for piano solo

Chaya Czernowin
Ina (1988)
for bassflute and six prerecorded flutes

Karlheinz Essl
Rudiments (1989/90)
for four snare drums

Giacinto Scelsi
Natura renovatur (1967)
for 11 strings

Kaaija Saariaho
Stilleben (1987-88) for tape

“This journey leads through various landscapes, but the reflection of the (imagined) spectator remains at the same train window: When in the early evening, the lights go out slowly, the landscape fades away as well, and the window transforms into a mirror in which the traveler can only see his own face. In the end, music accompanies language on its way towards silence, to “the sunken moaning muteness of fish” (Hugo Ball)

Idea & Concept: Reinhard Fuchs, Simeon Pironkoff
Director: Reinhard Fuchs
Video: Johannes Novohradsky
Sound: Florian Bogner

Texts & fragments by Franz Kafka, Paul Eluard, Wassily Kandinsky, Hugo Ball

A production of OdeonMusic (director: Hannes Löschel) and PHACE | CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

PHACE | CONTEMPORARY MUSIC
Simeon Pironkoff, __conductor
Anna Hauf, soprano
Sylvie Lacroix, flute
Vasile Marian, oboe
Walter Seebacher, clarinet
Mathilde Hoursiangou, piano
Berndt Thurner, Harry Demmer, Igor Gross, Kevan Teherani, percussion
Ivana Pristasova, Wally Thomas, Fani Vovoni, Annelie Gahl,
Johannes Dickbauer, Karin Schöndorf, violin
Petra Ackermann, Shang-Wu Wu, viola
Roland Schueler, Nikolay Gimaletinov, cello
Alexandra Dienz, double bass
Oguz Usman, stage manager

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