Happiness Machine — The Movies and the Compositions

       

Film still © Elizabeth Hobbs — The Flounder
Film still © Elizabeth Hobbs — The Flounder

Elizabeth Hobbs / Carola Bauckholt — The Flounder

The Flounder is an experimental interpretation of A Fisherman and his Wife by the Brothers Grimm. This 18th century German tale is a beautifully structured moral narrative about greed, in which a person is driven to acquire more and more wealth at the expense of the environment. Carola Bauckholt and Elizabeth Hobbs will present the story using new tools and processes with the aim of encouraging reflection and promoting a sustainable and auspicious way of life.
—Elizabeth Hobbs, Carola Bauckholt, 2018



Film still © Rebecca Blöcher — Lickalike
Film still © Rebecca Blöcher — Lickalike

Rebecca Blöcher / Eva Reiter — Lickalike

In Lickalike we give voice to our reflections on the necessity and the character of artificial and natural forms of organisation. The focus – both visual and auditive - is on the connectivity between everything that is alive. From this point of view, the work examines such self and externally organised systems that have become the basis of our current social understanding.

It’s all about individual and social identity, about interconnectedness and collectivity, social responsibility and our digital and natural living environment.

A prevailing situation can always be seen from various perspectives. The film follows various narrative threads, some of which evolve into utopian contexts of development and meaning. Fragments of organised connectivity are extracted and reassembled; the whole context is fragmented – but nonetheless it becomes apparent: Everything is connected.
—Rebecca Blöcher, Eva Reiter, 2018




Film still © Eni Brandner — PANTOPOS
Film still © Eni Brandner — PANTOPOS

Eni Brandner / Misato Mochizuki — PANTOPOS

Starting out in a seemingly old-fashioned world of grandeur and glamour, PANTOPOS takes us on a journey of discovery to a surreal and peculiar place of new and abstract ideas, where nothing is as it used to be. The only thing left that is familiar to us are the people who inhabit this place, and their gestures. In the end we are left with the question whether this new place is just a dream or already part of our reality.
—Eni Brandner, Misato Mochizuki, 2018



Film still © Johanna Kozuch — Music Box
Film still © Johanna Kozuch — Music Box

Joanna Kożuch / Ying Wang — Music Box

In a circus, an ensemble of acrobats tries to create a perfect pyramid of human bodies. However, one of them has problems with his hand and cannot hold his colleague so that the pyramid collapses. The choreographer now has three options to achieve his goal: He can replace the injured acrobat with a new, more capable person; he can replace the whole ensemble, or keep the team, but find the right spot in his choreography for everyone involved. All three processes can have the same result; however the essential difference lies the path that takes them there.
—Joanna Kożuch, Ying Wang, 2018




Film still © Samantha Moore — Bloomers
Film still © Samantha Moore - Bloomers

Samantha Moore / Malin Bång — Bloomers

Bloomers takes a lively view of the sewing room environment at Headen and Quarmby, a family run lingerie factory, which provides jobs for unemployed locals. The film combines an original score incorporating sounds of the sewing room and interviews with employees, with animation that remarkably has been created by printing drawings onto fabric. In Bloomers, we catch a glimpse of the working lives of British factory workers.
—Samantha Moore, Malin Bång, 2018



Film still © Vessela Dantcheva — Hierarchy Glitch
Film still © Vessela Dantcheva — Hierarchy Glitch

Vessela Dantcheva / Electric Indigo — Hierarchy Glitch

In a purely abstract way, Hierarchy Glitch deals with a core idea of the Common Good Economy model. Both its visual patterns and the ensemble’s voices are tied up in hierarchical behaviour that restrains the full potential and mobility of each individual element. Soon the matrix pattern collapses, connections and directions are lost, resulting in entropic disorder. This is the moment when individual units autonomously connect with the rest, forming organic and balanced constellations. They develop a collective organism, a resilient entity.
—Vessela Dantcheva, Electric Indigo, 2018



Film still © Ana Nedeljković — The Happiness Machine
Film still © Ana Nedeljković — The Happiness Machine

Ana Nedeljković / Hanna Hartman — The Happiness Machine

The film is conceived as a simulation of a non-existent Video-game concerned with the business practices of a company which at first sight seems ideal. However, what happens if we look at the wider picture? Gradually, details are revealed -  details that show the real emotions of people, various malpractices, violations of human rights and the environment… The "ideal" space, conceived and guided by financial considerations as the key objective, is being deconstructed before our eyes.
—Ana Nedeljković, Hanna Hartman, 2018



Film still © Susi Jirkuff — Measuring the Distance
Film still © Susi Jirkuff — Measuring the Distance

Susi Jirkuff / Joanna Bailie — Measuring the Distance

The project explores urban edges as they correspond with the marginality of social groups who inhabit them. Distance, the anonymity of the architectural setup, decay, but also movement and interaction are subjects of a raw sketch that seeks to integrate a discussion about space and segregation into the discourse of the Common Good. The audio-visual language of the film uses a transparency and starkness of approach to reflect its subject matter. The fusion of architectural lines with sound through unexpected correspondences and synchronizations aims to generate a new kind of intermedial proposition.
—Susi Jirkuff, Joanna Bailie, 2018



Film still © Andrea Schneider — Generator / Operator
Film still © Andrea Schneider — Generator / Operator

Andrea Schneider / Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri — Generator / Operator

In our project we focus on the terms cooperation, trust, sharing and solidarity, which Christian Felber calls central values for the Common Good Economy. We want to translate these key terms into moving still lifes. The idea is for each term to create the atmosphere of a microcosm that works within itself and runs in an endless loop.

We are both fascinated by objects, their materiality, peculiarities and stories. Therefore we want to work with specific objects, both images and sounds, trying to reveal their essence.
—Andrea Schneider, Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri, 2018




Film still © Michelle Kranot — Suggestion of Least Resistance
Film still © Michelle Kranot — Suggestion of Least Resistance

Michelle Kranot / Iris ter Schiphorst — Suggestion of Least Resistance

Suggestion of Least Resistance is based on archive materials which depict The July Revolt of 1927 (Der Brand des Wiener Justizpalastes), a monumental episode still acutely relevant. The animation film is a rhythmic, poetic surge, comparing us, our lives, and our very humanness to burning paper in the breeze. Images of sheets of paper flying through the broken windows of the burning palace are juxtaposed with images of the crowds as they convene and disperse. The music charges these powerful images with its own aliveness and colour.

In the context of Economy for the Common Good, the repetitive, stylised abstractions of events unfolding frame the notion of the individual vs. the historic.
—Michelle Kranot, Iris ter Schiphorst, 2018



Musical direction: Konstantia Gourzi
Staging: Jacqueline Kornmüller
Dramaturgy: Peter Wolf
Musical dramaturgy: Uli Fussenegger, Krassimir Sterev

Sound design: Peter Böhm & Florian Bogner
Film projection: Martin Repka



Happiness Machine
is a project of Klangforum Wien, Musik der Jahrhunderte and Amour Fou Vienna in cooperation with Tricky Women.
Funded by Cultural Affairs Department of the City of Vienna and Federal Chancellery of Austria with special funding from the German Federal Cultural Foundation and Interfaces/Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
The commissions to Iris ter Schiphorst, Malin Bång, Eva Reiter, Carola Bauckholt and Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri are funded by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation.

The video projections for "Happiness Machine" were realized with the software Isadora programmed by Mark Coniglio.

 in Werke
8 February 2019
7 p.m.
Stuttgart, Theaterhaus/T1 Eclat Festival Happiness Machine. 3 Hours of Bliss with the Klangforum Wien 10 x UA

In ten animated films and ten new compositions, women artists of eleven European countries propose an alternative to the prevailing capitalist economic system.


Matthias Meinharter — Tiki Tiki Men
Elizabeth Hobbs/Carola Bauckholt — The Flounder
Sven Hartberger
Rebecca Blöcher/Eva Reiter — Lickalike

Gerald Preinfalk
Eni Brandner/Misato Mochizuki — PANTOPOS

Vera Fischer
Joanna Kożuch/Ying Wang — Music Box

Andreea Dosa
Samantha Moore/Malin Bång — Bloomers


Vera Fischer
Vessela Dantcheva/Electric Indigo — Hierarchy Glitch

Christoph Walder
Ana Nedeljković/Hanna Hartman — The Happiness Machine

Mikael Rudolfsson
Susi Jirkuff/Joanna Bailie — Measuring the Distance

Günther Bernhart
Andrea Schneider/Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri — Generator/ Operator

Andreas Eberle
Michelle Kranot/Iris ter Schiphorst — Suggestion of Least Resistance

Anders Nyqvist
Rebecca Saunders — Sole


Klangforum Wien
Musical direction: Konstantia Gourzi
Staging: Jacqueline Kornmüller
Dramaturgy: Peter Wolf
Musical dramaturgy: Uli Fussenegger, Krassimir Sterev
Sound design: Peter Böhm & Markus Urban
Film projection: Martin Repka


The artists on their works:
Happiness Machine – The Movies and the Compositions

Happiness Machine is a project of Klangforum Wien, Musik der Jahrhunderte and Amour Fou Vienna in cooperation with Tricky Women.
Funded by Cultural Affairs Department of the City of Vienna and Federal Chancellery of Austria with special funding from the German Federal Cultural Foundation and Interfaces/Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
The commissions to Iris ter Schiphorst, Malin Bång, Eva Reiter, Carola Bauckholt and Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri are funded by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation.

The video projections for "Happiness Machine" were realized with the software Isadora programmed by Mark Coniglio.

4 March 2019
7.30 p.m.
Vienna, Wiener Konzerthaus, Great Hall AugenSchein Happiness Machine. 3 Hours of Bliss with the Klangforum Wien 10 x EA

Listening is the best means of providing a fresh insight into the seemingly unalterable. The international economic system is put on trial by music.


Matthias Meinharter — Tiki Tiki Men
Elizabeth Hobbs/Carola Bauckholt — The Flounder
Sven Hartberger
Rebecca Blöcher/Eva Reiter — Lickalike

Gerald Preinfalk
Eni Brandner/Misato Mochizuki — PANTOPOS

Vera Fischer
Joanna Kożuch/Ying Wang — Music Box

Andreea Dosa
Samantha Moore/Malin Bång — Bloomers


Vera Fischer
Vessela Dantcheva/Electric Indigo — Hierarchy Glitch

Christoph Walder
Ana Nedeljković/Hanna Hartman — The Happiness Machine

Andreas Eberle
Susi Jirkuff/Joanna Bailie — Measuring the Distance

Mikael Rudolfsson
Andrea Schneider/Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri — Generator/ Operator

Anders Nyqvist
Michelle Kranot/Iris ter Schiphorst — Suggestion of Least Resistance


Klangforum Wien
Musical direction: Konstantia Gourzi
Staging: Jacqueline Kornmüller
Dramaturgy: Peter Wolf
Musical dramaturgy: Uli Fussenegger, Krassimir Sterev
Sound design: Peter Böhm & Markus Urban
Film projection: Martin Repka


Before the concert:
In the Ears of the Others or: how musicians listen to this, 6.30 p.m.

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Appearances

The artists on their works:
Happiness Machine – The Movies and the Compositions

Happiness Machine is a project of Klangforum Wien, Musik der Jahrhunderte and Amour Fou Vienna in cooperation with Tricky Women.
Funded by Cultural Affairs Department of the City of Vienna and Federal Chancellery of Austria with special funding from the German Federal Cultural Foundation and Interfaces/Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
The commissions to Iris ter Schiphorst, Malin Bång, Eva Reiter, Carola Bauckholt and Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri are funded by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation.

The video projections for "Happiness Machine" were realized with the Isadora software programmed by Mark Coniglio.

4 May 2019
8 p.m.
Hamburg, Elbphilharmonie, Recital Hall Internationales Musikfest Happiness Machine. 3 Hours of Bliss with the Klangforum Wien

In a live performance, ten animated films, ten new compositions and ten monologues, women artists of eleven European countries propose an alternative to the prevailing capitalist economic system.


Matthias Meinharter — Tiki Tiki Men
Elizabeth Hobbs/Carola Bauckholt — The Flounder
Sven Hartberger
Rebecca Blöcher/Eva Reiter — Lickalike

Gerald Preinfalk
Eni Brandner/Misato Mochizuki — PANTOPOS

Vera Fischer
Joanna Kożuch/Ying Wang — Music Box

Andreea Dosa
Samantha Moore/Malin Bång — Bloomers


Vera Fischer
Vessela Dantcheva/Electric Indigo — Hierarchy Glitch

Christoph Walder
Ana Nedeljković/Hanna Hartman — The Happiness Machine
Andreas Eberle

Susi Jirkuff/Joanna Bailie — Measuring the Distance
Mikael Rudolfsson

Andrea Schneider/Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri — Generator/ Operator

Anders Nyqvist
Michelle Kranot/Iris ter Schiphorst — Suggestion of Least Resistance


Klangforum Wien
Musical direction: Konstantia Gourzi
Staging: Jacqueline Kornmüller
Dramaturgy: Peter Wolf
Musical dramaturgy: Uli Fussenegger, Krassimir Sterev
Sound design: Peter Böhm & Markus Urban
Film projection: Martin Repka



Additional event
Common Good Economy - what is behind the "economic model with a future"?
6.30 - 7.15 p.m., Elbphilharmonie - Kaistudio 1, Hamburg


The artists on their works:
Happiness Machine – The Movies and the Compositions

Happiness Machine is a project of Klangforum Wien, Musik der Jahrhunderte and Amour Fou Vienna in cooperation with Tricky Women.
Funded by Cultural Affairs Department of the City of Vienna and Federal Chancellery of Austria with special funding from the German Federal Cultural Foundation and Interfaces/Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
The commissions to Iris ter Schiphorst, Malin Bång, Eva Reiter, Carola Bauckholt and Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri are funded by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation.

The video projections for "Happiness Machine" were realized with the software Isadora programmed by Mark Coniglio.

16 March 2019
8 p.m.
Vienna, Metro Kinokulturhaus Tricky Women/Tricky Realities Happiness Machine — cinema version

The film comprises ten short films by female animation directors, made in collaboration with ten female music composers from all over Europe. The films take as their starting point Common Good Economy an economic theory proposed by the Austrian Christian Felber.

Elizabeth Hobbs/Carola Bauckholt — The Flounder
Rebecca Blöcher/Eva Reiter — Lickalike

Eni Brandner/Misato Mochizuki — PANTOPOS

Joanna Kożuch/Ying Wang — Music Box

Samantha Moore/Malin Bång — Bloomers

Vessela Dantcheva/Electric Indigo — Hierarchy Glitch

Ana Nedeljković/Hanna Hartman — The Happiness Machine

Susi Jirkuff/Joanna Bailie — Measuring the Distance

Andrea Schneider/Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri — Generator/ Operator

Michelle Kranot/Iris ter Schiphorst — Suggestion of Least Resistance


Concept: Sven Hartberger

Producers: Abigail Addison, Alexander Dumreicher-Ivanceanu, Fabian Driehorst, Zuzana Mistríková
Production Manager: Martin Repka
Music: Klangforum Wien
Musical direction: Konstantia Gourzi
Sound design: Peter Böhm & Markus Urban
Music Mix: Mischa Janisch
Sound Mix: Georg Tomandl
Distribution: Fabian&Fred

www.happiness-machine.de
www.trickywomen.at

The artists on their works:
Happiness Machine – The Movies and the Compositions

Happiness Machine is a project of Klangforum Wien, Musik der Jahrhunderte and Amour Fou Vienna in cooperation with Tricky Women.
Funded by Cultural Affairs Department of the City of Vienna and Federal Chancellery of Austria with special funding from the German Federal Cultural Foundation and Interfaces/Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
The commissions to Iris ter Schiphorst, Malin Bång, Eva Reiter, Carola Bauckholt and Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri are funded by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation.

1 December 2019
5 p.m.
Luxembourg, Philharmonie Rainy Days Festival Happiness Machine EA

In a live performance, ten animated films, ten new compositions and ten women artists of eleven European countries propose an alternative to the prevailing capitalist economic system.

Elizabeth Hobbs/Carola Bauckholt — The Flounder
Rebecca Blöcher/Eva Reiter — Lickalike

Eni Brandner/Misato Mochizuki — PANTOPOS

Joanna Kożuch/Ying Wang — Music Box

Samantha Moore/Malin Bång — Bloomers

Vessela Dantcheva/Electric Indigo — Hierarchy Glitch

Ana Nedeljković/Hanna Hartman — The Happiness Machine

Susi Jirkuff/Joanna Bailie — Measuring the Distance

Andrea Schneider/Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri — Generator/ Operator

Michelle Kranot/Iris ter Schiphorst — Suggestion of Least Resistance


Klangforum Wien
Musical direction: Konstantia Gourzi
Sound design: Peter Böhm & Markus Urban
Film projection: Martin Repka

Before the concert:
Sven Hartberger in conversation with Lydia Rilling (D)
4:45 pm, Grand Auditorium


Happiness Machine – The Movies and the Compositions


Happiness Machine is a project of Klangforum Wien, Musik der Jahrhunderte and Amour Fou Vienna in cooperation with Tricky Women.
Funded by Cultural Affairs Department of the City of Vienna and Federal Chancellery of Austria with special funding from the German Federal Cultural Foundation and Interfaces / Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
The commissions to Iris ter Schiphorst, Malin Bång, Eva Reiter, Carola Bauckholt and Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri are funded by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation.

The video projections for "Happiness Machine" were realized with the software Isadora programmed by Mark Coniglio.

5 May 2019
4.30 p.m.
Birmingham, The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Flatpack Festival Happiness Machine — cinema version

The film comprises ten short films by female animation directors, made in collaboration with ten female music composers from all over Europe. The films take as their starting point Common Good Economy an economic theory proposed by the Austrian Christian Felber.

Elizabeth Hobbs/Carola Bauckholt — The Flounder
Rebecca Blöcher/Eva Reiter — Lickalike

Eni Brandner/Misato Mochizuki — PANTOPOS

Joanna Kożuch/Ying Wang — Music Box

Samantha Moore/Malin Bång — Bloomers

Vessela Dantcheva/Electric Indigo — Hierarchy Glitch

Ana Nedeljković/Hanna Hartman — The Happiness Machine

Susi Jirkuff/Joanna Bailie — Measuring the Distance

Andrea Schneider/Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri — Generator/ Operator

Michelle Kranot/Iris ter Schiphorst — Suggestion of Least Resistance


Concept: Sven Hartberger

Producers: Abigail Addison, Alexander Dumreicher-Ivanceanu, Fabian Driehorst, Zuzana Mistríková
Production Manager: Martin Repka
Music: Klangforum Wien
Musical direction: Konstantia Gourzi
Sound design: Peter Böhm & Markus Urban
Music Mix: Mischa Janisch
Sound Mix: Georg Tomandl
Distribution: Fabian&Fred

www.happiness-machine.de

After the screening:
Q&A with the filmmakers Samantha Moore and Elizabeth Hobbs, 6 pm

The artists on their works:
Happiness Machine – The Movies and the Compositions

Happiness Machine is a project of Klangforum Wien, Musik der Jahrhunderte and Amour Fou Vienna in cooperation with Tricky Women.
Funded by Cultural Affairs Department of the City of Vienna and Federal Chancellery of Austria with special funding from the German Federal Cultural Foundation and Interfaces/Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
The commissions to Iris ter Schiphorst, Malin Bång, Eva Reiter, Carola Bauckholt and Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri are funded by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation.

1 November 2019
9 p.m.
Athens, Onassis Stegi Athen Happiness Machine. 24 Hours of Bliss with the Klangforum Wien

HAPPINESS MACHINE Animation Movies and Music

Main Concert Hall, November 1, 9 pm

Introductory lecture on the Economy of the Common Good and Q&A
Lecturer & presenter: Christos Carras

Following

Elizabeth Hobbs/Carola Bauckholt — The Flounder
Rebecca Blöcher/Eva Reiter — Lickalike
Eni Brandner/Misato Mochizuki — PANTOPOS
Joanna Kożuch/Ying Wang — Music Box
Samantha Moore/Malin Bång — Bloomers
Vessela Dantcheva/Electric Indigo — Hierarchy Glitch
Ana Nedeljković/Hanna Hartman — The Happiness Machine
Susi Jirkuff/Joanna Bailie — Measuring the Distance
Andrea Schneider/Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri — Generator/ Operator
Michelle Kranot/Iris ter Schiphorst — Suggestion of Least Resistance

Konstantia Gourzi, musical direction
Peter Böhm & Markus Urban, sound design
Martin Repka, film projection

Main Lobby, November 1, 11.30 pm

musical contribution N.N. — will be announced soon

Reciting fragments from:

Stéphane Hessel — A word on the current economic system
Christian Felber — 2030. A short lecture

Dinner

Exhibition Hall, November 2, 1.30 am

Morton Feldman — For Philip Guston
Akusmatische Musik
James Tenney — Having never written a note for percussion

Lobby, 8 am

Breakfast

Exhibition Hall, November 2, 4 pm

Diatribe. Part I
N.N., The Big Error: An Analysis of the Economy for the Common Good
N.N., There is an alternative. Why our current economical system doesn’t work and cannot work

Main Concert Hall, 5.30 pm

Georges Aperghis — Situations, une convivialité musicale

Exhibition Hall, November 2, 7 pm

Diatribe. Part II

The Knowledge of Economics. What exactly does this science know?
N.N., The moving narrow-mindedness of the economics
N.N., Obscurantism. The replacement of scientifically proven knowledge through pleasant opinions

Main Concert Hall, November 2, 8.30 pm

Ludwig van Beethoven — Diabelli-Variationen op. 120
Hans Zender — 33 Veränderungen über 33 Veränderungen

Joonas Ahonen, piano
conductor: Yalda Zamani


Programme is subject to change.


With the kind support of

25 October 2019
6.30 p.m.
Vienna, Theater an der Wien, Semperdepot, Gartenbaukino, Wiener Konzerthaus Kraftraum / Optionales Zusatzkonzert* Happiness Machine. 24 Hours of Bliss with the Klangforum Wien

HAPPINESS MACHINE Animation Movies and Music

Theater an der Wien, October 25, 2019, 6.30 pm

Matthias Meinharter — Tiki Tiki Men
Elizabeth Hobbs/Carola Bauckholt — The Flounder
Sven Hartberger
Rebecca Blöcher/Eva Reiter — Lickalike

Gerald Preinfalk
Eni Brandner/Misato Mochizuki — PANTOPOS

Vera Fischer
Joanna Kożuch/Ying Wang — Music Box

Andreea Dosa
Samantha Moore/Malin Bång — Bloomers


Vera Fischer
Vessela Dantcheva/Electric Indigo — Hierarchy Glitch

Christoph Walder
Ana Nedeljković/Hanna Hartman — The Happiness Machine
Andreas Eberle
Susi Jirkuff/Joanna Bailie — Measuring the Distance
Mikael Rudolfsson

Andrea Schneider/Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri — Generator/ Operator

Anders Nyqvist
Michelle Kranot/Iris ter Schiphorst — Suggestion of Least Resistance


Staging: Jacqueline Kornmüller
Dramaturgy: Peter Wolf
Musical direction: Konstantia Gourzi
Musical dramaturgy: Uli Fussenegger, Krassimir Sterev
Sound design: Peter Böhm & Markus Urban
Film projection: Martin Repka

Semperdepot Prospekthof, October 25, 2019, 10.30 pm

Cornelius Cardew — The Great Learning
Chorus sine nomine/Johannes Hiemetsberger

Christian Felber 2030
Performance: Peter Wolf

Dinner

Semperdepot, October 26, 2019, 00.00 am

ludum stellae
Karlheinz Stockhausen
— Zodiac Music Boxes / 12 melodies of the star signs (arranged by Mike Svoboda) for 2 Dancers
Dancers: Manaho Shimokava and Pavel Dudus


Morton Feldman — For Philip Guston
Acousmatic Music
James Tenney — Having Never Written a Note for Percussion

Gartenbaukino, October 26, 2019, 8 am

Breakfast

Ana Nedeljković/Hanna Hartman — The Happiness Machine
Michael Enger — Coffee to go. With the Taste of Eviction

Following a conversation with Melanie Ossberger, FIAN Österreich

Wiener Konzerthaus, Foyer, October 26, 2019, 11 am

Combo

Wiener Konzerthaus, Berio-Saal, 26. Oktober 2019

Markus Sepperer — Beriotopia

Wiener Konzerthaus, Schubert-Hall, October 26, 2019, 12 am

Diatribe. Part I
Jutta Hieronymus — A Good Life for Everyone
N.N. — The Big Mistake

Wiener Konzerthaus, Mozart-Hall, October 26, 2019, 1.30 am

Georges Aperghis — Situations

Conductor: Yalda Zamani

Wiener Konzerthaus, Schubert-Hall, October 26, 2019, 3 pm

Diatribe. Part II
Fred Luks — Of Knowledge and of Mine
Sven Hartberger — Science or Counter-Enlightenment?

Wiener Konzerthaus, Mozart-Hall, October 26, 2019, 4.30 pm

Ludwig van Beethoven — Diabelli-Variationen op. 120
Hans Zender — 33 Veränderungen über 33 Veränderungen

Conductor: Yalda Zamani
Joonas Ahonen, piano

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