Bernd Richard Deutsch — Murales

I often thought of Jackson Pollock, of the rhythm and swing in his works, of the nearly cosmic energy that he sets free and captivates. And, above all, of his large-scale "Mural". more

 in Werke

Friedrich Cerha — Kurzzeit

This work is without melodics or themes. As if out of nowhere, a multi-coloured, polyrhythmic web is created by the superposition of rapid sound-repetitions in the individual parts. more

 in Werke

Jeff Weston — houses

My work aims to invite experiences of the subtle, often through moments of floating time. more

 in Werke

Agata Zubel — Bildbeschreibung

He and she, trapped in a picture, enclosed in frozen time. more

 in Werke

Brigitta Muntendorf — More Chaos, please! Contemporary Music and Culture in the Digital Age

The digital revolution is currently showing us to what extent chaotic, non-linear and reciprocal processes are able to evoke creativity, productivity, communality, resonance and vitality. more

 in Features

Sylvain Cambreling in Conversation

For 20 years now Sylvain Cambreling has accompanied the Klangforum Wien as its first Guest Conductor. more

 in Features

Sven Hartberger — And What Does This Mean for Us?

The question of what kind of impact current developments in contemporary music may have on solo ensembles that were founded in the second half of the 20th century, is here explored in four chapters. more

 in Features

Hervé Boutry — Questions pour la musique d’aujourd’hui

Contrairement au cinéma ou au théậtre, la musique est un art extrêmement médiatisé (l’écriture, la nécessité que l’œuvre soit interprétée) qui dialogue moins directement qu’eux avec la réalité quotidienne du public. more

 in Features

Klaus Lang — der pythagoräische fächer.

Wherein does music reside? Is it in the head of the composer? Is it in the score, in the concert, in the head of the person who listens? In this sense, "der pythagoräische fächer." and other works that I have written, are more closely linked to the scores of the 16th and 17th century. more

 in Werke

Andrew Burke — Re-inventing Tradition

We have had discussions about how our age and tradition equates to such an innovative start, and what today would be as new, different and risky. more

 in Features

Top