DAVID MOSS | Stimmperformance
SARAH LINDERMEYER | Drahtseil
KLANGFORUM WIEN
PATRICK HAHN | Dirigent

MIRELLA WEINGARTEN | stage direction
ANDREAS SCHÄFER | Dramaturgie
MARTIN REPKA | Filmprojektion


I. WÖLFE

Björn Wilker
Die Quelle des Unbekannten.

Carola Bauckholt
Die Flunder
für Flöte, Klarinette, Saxophon, Fagott, Horn, Posaune, Schlagzeug und Akkordeon. Film: Elizabeth Hobbs

II. GOOD OR BAD

Katharina Rosenberger
blur
für Flöte, Saxophon, Schlagwerk, Klavier, Violine und Violoncello

Eva Reiter
Lickalike
für Ensemble mit Film (mit Vokalsolo und Textprojektion). Film: Rebecca Blöcher

III. ANGST

Improvisationen für Ensemble und Vokalsoli

IV. UNRUHE

Bernhard Lang
Monadologie XII
für Bläser, Akkordeon, Klavier, Kontrabass und zwei Schlagzeuger

V. TRÖSTENDE DINGE

Rebecca Saunders
Sole
Trio in Fis für mobiles Akkordeon, Schlagzeug und Klavier

Ying Wang
Music Box
für Ensemble, Film und Electronics. Film: Johanna Kozuch

VI. BEWUSSTSEIN

Charles Ives
The Unanswered Question
für Trompete, vier Flöten und Streicher

Iris ter Schiphorst
Suggestion of least resistance
für Film und Ensemble. Film: Michelle und Uri Kranot

EPILOG

Michael Pelzel
...Dance of the magic waterbells...
für großes Ensemble


keine Pause | Ende gegen 21:30


Funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation


ACHT BRÜCKEN


"Yes, but no one else pays taxes either. Yes, but you can’t ride a bike to Mallorca. Yes, but…" Familiar, everyday justifications against doing the right thing, i.e. the imposition of working towards solidarity and a sustainable economy. Choosing the motto Happiness – Seriousness A Counterpoint, Klangforum Wien and artists of different genres have put together a programme in five chapters and an epilogue, focusing on the eternal struggle between greed and compassion, striving for profit and a sense of community. A highly topical yet ancient problem – the vocal artist David Moss illuminates it in texts ranging from antiquity to our present day. A counterpoint is offered by short poetic meditations, impossible to pigeon-hole, reminding us of the autonomy of all things, beyond mere usefulness. Add to that five short films commissioned on this topic by the ensemble, a tightrope artist and of course new music – an evening about nothing less than the nature of humankind and the future of the world.