Archive of posts tagged recorder

Rouen (F): B’Rock Orchestra & D. Oberlinger: De vivaldi di a cage

22. November 2018
20:00

DE VIVALDI A CAGE
Jeudi 22 Novembre 2018 – 20h00

B’ROCK ORCHESTRA & DOROTHEE OBERLINGER

Rouen, Chapelle Corneille
Jeudi 22 novembre 2018, 20h

Hildegard Von Bingen Antiphon O Ecclesia
Dorothee Hahne Commentari 3 (2000)
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Munich: Gasteig competition – Sophia Schambeck – commentari III

19. April 2018
09:00

© Stefan Heigl | Sophia Schambeck aus München gewann 2014 den Sonderpreis beim Regional- und Landeswettbewerb.

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Sophia Schambeck performing „commentari III“ in category woodwinds.

The competition starts @ 9:00 in „Kleiner Konzertsaal“.

Admission free

Update: „In the category of woodwinds the jury awards a special prize to Sophia Schambeck (recorder, class Prof. Maurice van Lieshout) for „Commentari III“ (2001) for Baroque soprano recorder, Renaissance G-Alt and tape by Dorothee Hahne“

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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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

Munich: „The Long Night of Music“ at Gasteig – Sophia Schambeck

9. Mai 2015
22:30

LangeNachtderMusikMu2015A musical journey from Venice to Utrecht, from the Middle Ages to today: minstrel dances, which were presumably carried forward to the year 1200 in the marketplaces, Dutch music of the Renaissance and works of High Baroque by J.S. Bach and A. Vivaldi; experimental music of the 20th century by L. Berio, and even Sophia Schambeckcontemporary works with electronics (Dorothée Hahne: commentari III).

Sophia Schambeck (recorder)
Stellario Fagone (piano)

Venue:
Blackbox im Gasteig
Rosenheimer Straße 5
D – 81667 München

Rosenheim (D): Love is in the air

14. Februar 2015
19:00

Rosenheim – „Love is in the air“ is the program that have put together the young musicians of talent development class of the music school Rosenheim suitable for Valentine’s Day. So resound on Saturday 14 February by 19 clock in Hans Fischer Hall of Künstlerhof at the Ludwig place with free admission love songs with evocative titles like „Pur ti miro“, „Love on Top“ or „You love who you love“ of Claudio Monteverdi to George Gershwin and John Legend.

Masterpieces for Solo Instruments artfully combine the emotional singing together. Among them are Edouard Lalo’s „Symphonie espagnole“ for violin, Valse „Dolinda“ by Rene Bartoli for guitar, Gershwin’s „Summertime“ for solo trumpet, Wolfgang Schlüter „Nadia’s Dance“ for vibraphone and „Commentari 3“ by Dorothée Hahne for various Recorders and electronics. Some works have recently been „Young Musicians“ even when presented.

The exporting emerging artists are Marie Erndl, recorder; Michael Franz, trumpet; Lena Depta, guitar; Alexander Schmid, percussion; Simone Schuster, vocals; Anna Meixner, vocals; Susanne Bayeff-Filloff, singing, and Lara cordon, violin.

Quelle: OVB

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

20. März 2015
20:00

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)
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Kingston (CA): Solo Virtuoso Recorder with Electronics – Vinzent Lauzer

28. November 2014
20:00

img_VincentNew Music Kingston is thrilled to be presenting the Kingston premiere of Breakthrough Artist of the Year (2012 Opus Awards), Vincent Lauzer, virtuoso recorder player from Montréal. A prize winner many times over, he was most recently awarded the Prix Guy-Soucie for best performance of a Québec work by Patrick Mathieu at the Prix d’Europe 2013… 2012, First Prize during the Stepping Stone of the Canada Music Competition and the Career Development Award from the Women’s Musical Club of Toronto … 2010, 1st prize in the first Mathieu-Duguay Early Music Competition held at the Lamèque International Baroque Music Festival … 1st Prize and the Audience Appreciation Prize in the 3rd Montreal International Recorder Competition … best Canadian Recorder Player Prize … Montreal Baroque Prize for Audaciousness and Musicality in the Galaxie-CBC Rising Stars Competition during the Montreal Baroque Festival in 2007. Vincent has performed with the series Clavecin en concert and with the ensembles Les Idées Heureuses, Arion, and La Bande Montréal Baroque. He is also a founding member of the ensemble Recordare, which was one of the five finalists in the Early Music America/Naxos Recording Competition. He has toured and recorded extensively with the recorder quintet Flûte Alors! His Kingston program will include performances on recorders of all sizes with the addition of electroacoustic material… you will be amazed! Vincent will also be presenting a workshop/demonstration on Saturday morning, November 29… more information to follow.

Venue: Isabel Bader Centre for Performing Arts, 390 King St W, Kingston, ON K7L 2X4, Kanada, Telefon:+1 613-533-2424

Birmingham (UK): Birmingham International Recorder Festival

2. November 2014
13:30bis14:20

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

Venue:

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

More information about the festival