Noa Frenkel | Alt
Jenna Sherry | Violine

Ensemble Experimental

Experimentalstudio des SWR
Michael Acker | Klangregie
Maurice Oeser | Klangregie
Sven Kestel | Klangregie
Thomas Hummel | Klangregie

Detlef Heusinger | Dirigent


Vito Žuraj
Zgübleni (2012)
für Mezzosopran, Ensemble und Live-Elektronik

Luigi Nono
Omaggio a György Kurtág (1983–86)
für Alt, Flöte, Klarinette, Tuba und Live-Elektronik

Unsuk Chin
Double bind? (2007)
für Violine und Elektronik

Ying Wang
ROBOTICtack (2016/17)
für Alt, Ensemble und Live-Elektronik
Uraufführung

Ort: Klaus-von-Bismarck-Saal

keine Pause | Ende gegen 19:15

Das Konzert im Radio: Mittwoch 31.05.2017, WDR 3 Konzert, 20:04


Gefördert durch die Kunststiftung NRW

ACHT BRÜCKEN


In terms of developmental history, the origin of language can be traced to the origins of music. Preferred patterns in the music of a composer show remarkable similarities with the metrics and melodies of his mother tongue. Early language acquisition also influences our musical perception. However, is the opposite not also true? In developmental history, the ability to articulate differentiated sounds came first. Only then was it possible to ascribe meaning to them. The enthusiasm for intervals and rhythmically structured tonal sequences thus precedes language. It is one reason why music affects people, regardless of their cultural background. A concert featuring composers from Slovenia, China and Korea? No problem! Not even if one then adds an Italian composer writing in homage to an esteemed colleague from Hungary to the mix.