Münsterland: 3rd vegan trade fair “Go vegan”

11. September 2016
10:00bis18:00

With music from Dorothée Hahne:

“Milk und Honey” for trumpet, didgeridoo & live-electronics

Go vegan III

 

Leipzig: Solo – Dorothée Hahne

2. September 2016

Update: Unfortunately, the concert had to be canceled due to illness.
Anläßlich der 90. Mitgliederversammlung der Gedok:

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Dorothée Hahne

Klangerzeuger & Live-Elektronik

(Deutsch) Wien: Diplom Florian Huber

22. January 2016
11:00

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(Deutsch) Köln: Aschermittwoch der Künstler 2016

10. February 2016
14:30bis16:30

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Kamen (D): Vernissage – Tassilo Sturm

4. February 2016
19:30

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(Deutsch) Köln: Der erste Weltkrieg aus der Sicht von Zeitgenossinnen

6. November 2015
19:00

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Hannover: Concert of RAM Fellows 2015 Tabea Wink

17. November 2015
13:00bis13:40

With the RAM-grant from the Niedersächsische Sparkassenstiftung one of the best Lower Saxony participants in the federal competition “Jugend musiziert isthe door to be opened in the international music scene - by a two-week master class at the prestigious London Royal Academy of Music. The scholarship holder will also receive a one-day, individually tailored coaching in the areas of public speaking and presentation as support on his way into working life.
At lunchtime concert Tabea Wink presented their skills and reports of their stay in the British capital.

Program (among others):

Dorothée Hahne: TelePartyfor alto recorder & live electronics
Commissioned by “Impulse - Young Artists / New Music
the German Music Council for Tabea Wink Continue reading…

Karlsruhe (D): TelePartY @ WESPE / Tabea Wink

18. September 2015
16:00

JuMu_LogoWith WESPEYouth Makes Music” sets new initiatives and priorities. More than in the national competition Youth Makes Music it comes to provide the instrumental skills to the service of the music and not yet listed to devote lesser-known or particularly difficult to interpret works..

Youth Makes Musicwill encourage the best young performers to deal with the unknown and to risk the new. Productive curiosity and creativity are encouraged. In addition to the competition also encounter character plays an important role. Continue reading…

London (UK): Arranged by Block4

3. December 2015
18:30bis19:30

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Block4:

(recorders)

Emily Bannister, Lucy Carr, Katie Cowling, Rosie Land

BLOCK4 present a programme of arrangements for the recorder quartet, ranging from the medieval period to the present day. Works by composers such as Handel and Caccini are re-imagined by the quartet, showcasing the versatility of the recorder.

Programme

Anon.: Saltarello
Arvo Pärt (b. 1935): Pari Intervallo
George Frideric Handel (1685-1759): Capriccio in F major, HWV 481
Kazimierz Serocki (1922-1981): Arrangements
Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548-1611): O Magnum Mysterium
Dorothee Hahne (b.1966): Dance Macabre (Quartetversion) Continue reading…