Ashley Fure — New Work


My work is concerned with ritual abstraction, chaotic matter, and touch. I use tactile, haptic sound to craft fields of intensity that don’t rely on narrative, representation, or text. more

SCAN ΙV


With SCAN, its young concert project on the fringes between interpretation and improvisation, Klangforum Wien strikes out in a new direction with the aim of shedding a fresh and different light on composed music by means of re-instrumentation, improvisation, electronics, fragmentation and re-constitution of the parts. more

Liza Lim — Extinction Events and Dawn Chorus


A ridiculous outpouring of hope across rifts of understanding. more

Vito Žuraj — Tension


In Tension I am searching for various possibilities of communication and coordination within the ensemble which take the form of polyphonic shapes that ensue from an analysis of so-called "productive mistakes". more

Philippe Boesmans — Pinocchio


During a stormy night, lightning strikes an old, solitary tree in a garden. The honest man dwelling there without a wife or children cuts a piece of wood off the tree and decides to whittle a puppet. more

Agata Zubel — Cleopatra's Songs


Inspired by
-  a time that no one can remember;
-  a love that historians conceal behind the cynicism of mercantile interpretations; more

Lukas König — Stereogram1


Ostensibly, the piece Stereogram1 (2017) primarily contains a mix of Hip Hop and Contemporary Classical Music. It was influenced by a variety of places, cultures, synthesizers and periods. more

Bernhard Gander — Call me: 0666/666 666


Hey there, I`m looking for something fast and discret, no dating, just sex. Find me out and call me: 0666/666 666 (Bernhard Gander) more

Franck Bedrossian — Epigram


In following the path of Emily Dickinson’s work the reader is always on his own because the american poet has never presented his poems within cycles or chapters that can guide us through, or direct our progression in a clear and explicit way. more
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