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24  musicians from ten different countries represent an artistic idea and a personal approach that aims to restore to their art something that seems to have been lost - gradually, almost inadvertently - during the course of the 20th century, which  gives their music a place in the present and in the midst of the community for which it was written and for whom it is crying out to be heard.


Klaus Lang — der pythagoräische fächer.

World premiere September 22, 2018, BOZAR
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

Gerd van Looy — The Observer as Part of the Experience (A Short Self Portrait)

Since the beginning of the 21st century and – together with the rise of internet, peer-to-peer and sharing culture – "new music" has entered a new time zone. more

 in News

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 News