Benjamin Scheuer — Nouveaux Agréments (Kopie)


Nouveaux Agréments were created in the context of my residency at the Ernst Krenek Institute in Krems and inspired by my engagement with the oeuvre of the Austro-American composer. more

Simone Movio — Incanto VII


— Incanto VII (dopo la Courante- Double BWV 1002 di J. S. Bach) more

Andrea Cavallari/ Erwin Wurm — Fallen Falls (video-concert)


According to all of the archaic cosmogonies, the ancient “forgotten word”, constantly sought for during meditation, represents the creative power of sound. more

Beat Furrer — intorno al bianco


Time, stretched to the extreme – like after jumping off, so to speak –, slowly shifting harmonic constellations. Various patterns of movement, vibrato, modifications, regular and irregular pulsations keep arising from interferences created by the slow sounds in constant glissando more

Georg Friedrich Haas — das kleine ICH BIN ICH


Mira Lobe’s „the little I AM ME“ is a great work of art. It’s not only the content which is inspired – its simplicity, perspicuity, and its moral aspirations – but also its language is art at the highest level. more

If it wasn't for him, I would have become someone else. On the occasion of Friedrich Cerha's birthday — Georg Friedrich Haas


For a long time he didn’t talk about it. Only when he was asked. But I never asked him. more

Hanna Eimermacher Music Theatre for 12 Musicians and 3 Singers


I would like to create a type of musical theatre which, from the very beginning, combines elements of sound, movement, imagery, visual structures and space to offer a cumulative sensation. more

Peter Jakober — Substantie


„By substance I understand what exists in itself and is conceived through itself; that’s to say something the concept of which does not rely on the concept of another thing for its formation.”  (Baruch de Spinoza)

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Working like an investigator — Otomo Yoshihide and Erwan Keravec interviewed by Mats Gustafsson


Some 150 years separate the first appearance of a turntable in a concert hall from the application for a patent for a new type of instrument designed by a Mr. Sax. True – that covers a few generations. But that is nothing compared to the distance in time to the oldest preserved bagpipe from the 15th century. more

Gerard Mortier — European Cultural Identity


In 49’, shortly after the Second World War, Juliette Greco, singing at that time at the night club Taboo, walked with her lover Miles Davis, the famous Jazz trumpet player, along the borders of the Seine in Paris. more
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