Archive of posts tagged dance macabre

Freising: TRIO INVENTO “Electrified”

18. April 2015

Christine Sedlmeier, Christina Leimgruber, Eva Heitzinger – recorder

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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

A delightful mix of electrifyingpulsating sounds of the new and quietflowing pieces of early music awaits the listener when Sedlmeier Christine, Christina Leimgruber and Eve Heitzinger pick up their instruments. Continue reading »


London based Recorder Quartet

Emily Bannister , Lucy Carr, Katie Cowling , Ria Smith

UK Premiere “dance macabre” 2014

Website BLOCK4

Augsburg (D): real time slow motion – Duo Recordronik – recorder & electronic

20. März 2015

recordronicElisabeth Haselberger and Petra Wurz (recorder and electronic)
EMERGE and Gerald Fiebig (electronic)

concert programm:

Klaus Hollinetz „Islands and Streams“ (2006)
Periklis Liakakis „Dist(ohr)tion“ (2010)
Christoph Cech „Domina Domina“ (2008)
Dorothée Hahne „dance macabre“ (2006)
Agostino Di Scipio „4 variazioni sul ritmo del vento (1995)
Fabrizio de Rossi Re „Salse per Gru, Anatre, Pernici, Tortore, Colombacci, Colombi e diversi Ucelli“ (1993)
EMERGE Neues Werk (2015, UA)
Gerald Fiebig Neues Werk (2015, UA)
In COOPERATION with the events series echokammer Continue reading »

Graz (A): Bachelor Konzert Lisa Zink

1. Oktober 2014




As part of her bachelor diploma concert “dance macabre” will be performed for recorder and live electronics by Lisa Zink at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz on 1st october at 5 p.m..


University of Music and Performing Arts Graz

Sankt Leonhard, 8010 Graz, Austria

Birmingham (UK): Birmingham International Recorder Festival

2. November 2014

ChrisOrton_NathanMcDowellFrom 1 to 2 November 2014, the Birmingham International Recorder Festival takes place. Among the highlights of the festival can be found on the 2nd November the event ‘Performing with Electronics’ taster session with Chris Orton, who will present his interpretations of compositions für recorder and electronics in an additional concert with this program:

Hahne – dance macabre, Fabrizio de Rossi Re – Salse per Gru, Anatre, Pernici, Tortore, Colombacci, Colombi e Diversi Uccelli, Fausto Romitelli – Seascape, Giorgio Tedde – Austro, Hahne – Luscinia


Birmingham Conservatoire
Birmingham City University
Paradise Place
B3 3HG
United Kingdom

More information about the festival

Graz (A): Styriarte Launch concert #9 – Block4

17. Juli 2014
Recorder Quartet BLOCK4

Recorder Quartet BLOCK4

Launchkonzert #9

BLOCK4 – Maschinenmusik

Meijering: Een Paard met 5 Poten
Teruggi: Gestes Anciens
Blecharz: Airlines
Hahne: Dance Macabre
Meijering: Sitting Ducks

Formed in 2012, BLOCK4 is a London based recorder quartet featuring Emily Bannister, Lucy Carr, Katie Cowling and Ria Smith. Studying at the Royal College of Music under Ashley Solomon, Julien Feltrin and Maria Martinez, BLOCK4 present a dynamic approach to contemporary consort music as well as offering a captivating interpretation of music from the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Their innovative style has resulted in them being the 2014 winners of the Royal Overseas League Ensemble competition, the first recorder consort to receive this accolade in the competition’s 62 year history. They have also received a high commendation at the RCM’s Senior Woodwind Prize in 2013. BLOCK4’s performances have included a variety of concerts at prestigious venues such as Regents Hall and the Queen Elizabeth Hall as well as masterclasses with renowned experts such as Walter van Hauwe and Pamela Thorby.

Preis: EUR 18logo_styriarte
Venue: Styriarte Festival Graz (A)


Anna Stegmann, Miako Klein, Yoshiko Klein – Blockflöten & mehr

Premiere “dance macabre” Trio Version 2014, Cologne, Achtbrückenfestival

Bolzano (i): „eLab – electroacoustic laboratory“

1. Juni 2014

Programma concerto “eLab_electroacoustic laboratory/in concert 2
4 giugno, ore 20, Sala Benedetti-Michelangeli, Conservatorio Bolzano


Köln: Acht Brücken Festival | Trio KAZE | UA Dance macabre – Trioversion

4. Mai 2014

Trio_KAZE_KM106518Music by Dorothée Hahne: “dance macabre” (Premiere Trio Version) and others

Trio KAZE dispels all memories of squeaky primary school recorders with their own, unconventional combination of medieval and Renaissance music – played on treble and contra bass recorders – and contemporary music. Together with electroacoustic composer Tobias Hartmann, who composed “Punktum” for the trio, they remix works by the late-medieval composer Johannes Ciconia using the centuries-old art of musical quotation. The interplay between electronic “non-human” sounds and pure “human” sounds produces a dynamic variety that contrasts the disconnect between traditional concert culture and young club-music culture with a creative symbiosis.

Anna Stegmann Blockflöten
Miako Klein Blockflöten, Violine
Yoshiko Klein Blockflöten, Tasteninstrumente Continue reading »