Archive of posts tagged dance macabre

DLF Kultur: Forum Conzert RIAS Chamber Choir

16. Juni 2020
20:03

Deutschlandradio KulturForum Concert RIAS Chamber Choir
Kapelle Stahnsdorf
Record from 06.06.2020

Stahnsdorf (D): Forum Concert RIAS Chamber Choir

6. Juni 2020
15:00

Sa 06. Juni 2020, 15.00 Uhr – Kapelle Stahnsdorf – ForumKonzert

Programm:
Hugo Distler – Totentanz
Leonhard Lechner – Sprüche von Leben und Tod
Dorothée Hahne – dance macabre for recorder & live electronic
Frank Martin – Vier Märsche aus: Ein Totentanz zu Basel im Jahr 1943

Anette Lösch – Sopran, Susanne Langner – Alt, Volker Nietzke – Tenor, Stefan Drexlmeier – Bass, Martin Ripper – Blockflöte, Christian Filips – Sprecher und Dramaturgie, Kai-Uwe Jirka – Dirigent

Ort: Kapelle Stahnsdorf, Bahnhofstraße 2, 14532 Stahnsdorf, Germany

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Mönchengladbach: 12. Gladbacher Nachtmusik – Grand Guerre – Dance Macabre

23. November 2018
20:15


12. Gladbacher Nachtmusik

GRAN GUERRE – DANCE MACABRE

Program:
u.a. Dorothée Hahne: “dance macabre” Continue reading »

SWR2: Radiophon – dance macabre

4. Januar 2018
21:03

swr2-radiophonMusikcollagen – Totentanz- Danse macabre
Von Gaby Beinhorn

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Eggenfelden (D): danse macabre | Maria Dorner-Hofmann

5. April 2017
19:30

maria-dorner-hofmann-foto.1024x1024Vitale 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 macabreFor 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)
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Wien: Diplom Florian Huber

22. Januar 2016
11:00

Sorry, this entry is only available in German.

Programm für die 2. Diplomprüfung im Instrumentalstudium Blockflöte

von Florian Huber

Program

Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien

Raum M0101, Anton-von-Webern-Platz 1, A 1030 Wien

22.1.2016 11:00

London (UK): Arranged by Block4

3. Dezember 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
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Bremen: Debut concert Duo Antlia “Unearthly”

9. Juli 2015
19:30

Duo Antlia - BArbara Heindlmeier & Julia Fritzmusic im museum

Debut concert with Julia Fritz and Barbara Heindlmeier (recorder)

Program (u.a.)

Dorothée Hahne: dance  macabre (Duo Version) & commentari III

9th Juli 2015 19:30 Gerhard-Marcks-Haus, Am Wall 208, 28195 Bremen, Germany

Music in the Museum a series of concerts of Gerhard Marcks House and the University of the Arts Bremen, Department of Music

Fee: 4,50 / 3 Euro

Hallein (A): TRIO INVENTO “Electrified”

13. Juni 2015
18:00

Trio InVento Christine Sedlmeier, Christina Leimgruber, Eva Heitzinger  – recorder

Concert program:

Dorothée Hahne (*1966) dance macabre
Vincenzo Ruffo (ca. 1508-1587) La Gamba in basso e soprano
Kazimierz Serocki (1922-1981) Arrangements
Cipriano de Rore (1516-1565) Tutto’ l dì piango – Lasso, che pur
Marco Uccellini (ca. 1603-1680) Aria sopra la Bergamasca
Wojtek Blecharz (*1981) Airlines
Guillaume Dufay (ca. 1397-1474) Vergene bella, che di sol vestita
Johannes Ciconia (ca. 1370-1412) Una Panthera
Nick Roth (*1982) A Way A Lone A Last
Marios Joannou Elia (*1978) Staubzucker
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