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Trio Catch
Boglárka Pecze | Klarinetten
Eva Boesch | Violoncello
Sun-Young Nam | Klavier

David Barski | Erzähler

John Williams Main Title
aus: Star Wars (1977)

Beat Furrer
Aer (1991)
für Klavier, Klarinette und Violoncello

Karlheinz Stockhausen
TIERKREIS Nr. 41 1/2 (1974/75)
12 Melodien der Sternzeichen für ein Melodie- und/oder Akkordinstrument


Mirela Ivičević
Čar (2016)
für Bassklarinette, Violoncello und Klavier

Mikel Urquiza III. Cercle
aus: Pièges de neige (2018)

Mikel Urquiza IV. Glace
aus: Pièges de neige (2018)

Mikel Urquiza V. Dégel
aus: Pièges de neige (2018)

John Bull / Márton Illés
In Nomine VI
Bearbeitung für Klarinette, Violoncello und Klavier (2013)

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Konzert für Familien mit Kindern ab 6 Jahren

Das Konzert im Radio: Donnerstag, 04.06.2020, 20:04, WDR3 Konzert

Gefördert von der Kunststiftung NRW


Trio Catch – the ensemble’s name is a declaration of intent: to catch the audience, with energy, joyful music-making and new sounds. To engage the youngest members of the audience, the trio has brought in reinforcements: narrator David Barski will unfold a dramaturgical arc, embarking upon a Journey Through Space. The listeners start from the familiar surroundings of the earth and travel to unknown spheres, soaring through infinity along with the music and making contact with unknown worlds. Perhaps the unknown is sometimes frightening and makes us home-sick? All the more reason to return to our musical homeland at the end of our adventure, with new experiences.
The works selected for this concert were all written by composers who were inspired by fantastical notions. These include particularly the visions of space of John Williams, who wrote the soundtrack to the space epic Star Wars; Beat Furrer, who translated the hypothesis of natural philosophy that air is the original matter of the universe into sound; and of course Karlheinz Stockhausen, who considered his zodiacal melodies an astrological method of interpreting character.