Everyone is important – all are equivalent.
The Blue Shepherd is a global social art project by the artist Bertamaria Reetz, a symbol of mutual tolerance and peace. The authorized copies of the works are end-processed in cooperation with the non-profit workspace for people with disabilities of the social enterprises Cologne gGmbH in Cologne. This cooperation has played a significant role in the peace message.
The initiator of the convent Metelen Ingrid Hagen has now brought a peace herd with Blauschaf lambs to Metelen. For this she has been able to win over 150 godparents, who have their pastel pots grazed on the meadow of the St. Sophia House from 22 March to Easter Monday (17 April 2017). Whoever strolls along the river during this time can enjoy the ultramarin blue peace herd as a work of art.
From now on the blue peace lamb herd are allowed to leave the pasture at 10 o’clock every morning and gathered again at 7 pm. Anyone who wants to help with the herd raising can be in time in front of the entrance of the St.Sophienhaus.
On Easter Monday the lambs will be handed over to their godparents with a music program, which I will open with a sound performance for alphorn & live electronics. Further information about the Münsterländer Friedensherde can be found on the Internet pages of the Metelen Monastery. Continue reading…
Vitale Virtuosity – an excitingly staged solo concerto by the recorder. It is about death and life, excessive joy of life and contemplation.
Program u.a.: “dance macabre” For soprano recorder & live electronics (composition commission for Maria Dorner-Hofmann, 2006)
Maria Dorner-Hofmann, recorder
Maria Dorner-Hofmann studied flute recorder and recorder training with Irmgard Tutschek, Carin van Heerden and Dorothee Oberlinger, and piano pedagogy with Klaus Kaufmann (all diplomas with distinction) from 1997 to 2006 at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg. She gained further impulses through numerous master classes, eg with Han Tol and Matthias Weilenmann. In November 2006, she won the first prize and the audience prize at the “Internationale Wettbewerb für Blockflöte solo” in Feldkirch, Austria. In addition to working with the music of the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the Baroque, Maria Dorner-Hofmann also devotes herself intensively to new music, some She has performed solo and recitals at home and abroad and has performed in various chamber music formations as well as internationally renowned orchestras.
Maria Dorner-Hofmann teaches at the University of Mozarteum in Salzburg the subjects recorder, didactics and teaching practice, and teaches privately and at the music school Bad Birnbach. She lives with her husband and her son in Eggenfelden (Germany). Continue reading…
|11. February 2017|
Workshop: Making more music!
with Mirjam von Jarzebowski and Dorothée Hahne
For culture managers, concert organizers, lecturers at music schools, musicians, conductors of musical ensembles and all interested parties. Continue reading…
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“Half of Heaven”
Ceremony of the fourth alternatives Cologne honorary citizenship to Irene Franken
Moderation: Jürgen Becker
Impuls: Franz Meurer
Laudatio: Dr. Kerstin Wolff
Credits: Carmen Thomas, Dr. Witich Rossmann, Volker Beck, Dr. Muriel Gonzales-Athenas, Dr. Karola Fings
First Congratulations: Henriette Reker
Compositionen from Dorothée Hahne:
” O Ecclesia
” Sequence aboutthe St. Ursula von Hildegard von Bingen for tenor recorder & didgeridoo
” – Electronic music from sounds of Cologne Cathedral bells
Dorothée Hahne, didgeridoo, Alphorn, live electronic
Capriccios & Improvisations from
Achim Fink & Bernd Winterschladen (trombone, saxophon, tuba …)
Ort: Gürzenich Cologne, Kleiner Saal, Martinstr. 29 50667 Köln
Sunday, Januar 8th 2017 11:00 am
At this year’s Cologne Cathedral pilgrimage (22th – 25th September 2016) will be held at 21 o’clock the evening of Mercy on 23 September.
The Cologne Cathedral is inviting visually and audibly in a special way to prayer and contemplation: images of the Hubble Space Telescope are projected in side the Cathedral, giving an impression of infinity and eternity of creation.
For this purpose a new work commissioned by Dorothée Hahne will be heard.
The composer uses original sounds and rhythms from space that pulsars (among other things taken up by Kepler teleskop and Effelsberg radio telescope) and other celestial phenomena are radiated.
The evening invites to let effect images and sounds from space to you and discover perfection and infinity of wonderful creation in oneself.
The complete program and further information can be found here:
Cologne Cathedral Pilgrimage 2016 - motto: “Richly rewarded“
Introduktion: Jonas Dessouky MA,
Music: Dorothee Hahne, composer, live-electronics
Galerie SO66, Soester Str. 66, 48155 Münster
18.09.2016 – 31.10.2016, Sa + So 15:00-18:00 Uhr
|11. September 2016|
With music from Dorothée Hahne:
“Milk und Honey” for trumpet, didgeridoo & live-electronics
Update: Unfortunately, the concert had to be canceled due to illness.
Anläßlich der 90. Mitgliederversammlung der Gedok:
Klangerzeuger & Live-Elektronik