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Date 06/01/2019, 01:90

    Concert Vom Winde verweht

    Info Moritz Eggert: Breathless for recorder solo

    Program

Breathless


„Vom Winde verweht“
Musik aus 4 Himmelsrichtungen und 4 Jahrhunderten

Schon in der griechischen Mythologie werden vier Windgötter – Anemoi genannt – beschrieben: Boreas, Euros, Zephyr sowie Notos. Jeder Gott verkörpert den Wind einer bestimmten Himmelsrichtung, wobei den vier Winden unterschiedliche Charaktere zugeordnet werden. Diese Vorstellung zieht sich durch die Jahrhunderte und hat sich bis in die Pop-Kultur erhalten. Wir nehmen Sie mit auf eine Reise durch vier Jahrhunderte und in die vier Himmelsrichtungen…

    Location Waldenbuch (D), Stadtkirche St. Veit

    Interpreters http://www.andreas-gilger.de/2019-2/juni-2019/

   
Date 06/02/2019, 01:73

    Concert What the West Wind Saw: Five Preludes/Five Pianists

    Info Based around 5 Debussy’s Preludes transcribed for toy pianos and melodicas from Steven Tanoto, with two additional pieces for piano and electronics by composers also inspired by the preludes: Annie Gosfield’s stormy epic 'Shattered Apparitions of the Western Wind' (commissioned by Kathleen Supové in 2013 ) and a mysteriously different take on the Sunken Cathedral with ' Le Piano englouti' by Manuel Rodriguez Valenzuela.
Additional pieces by for typewriter, toy piano and melodica by Moritz Eggert and Frank Zabel.
With Dulgun Chinchuluu, Kristzina Gyopös, Jennifer Hymer Daria-Karmina,Iossifova. Electronics: Jacob Sello
Donations: 10 Euro requested

    Location Hamburg (Germany)

   
Date 06/04/2019, 01:10

    Concert Maedchenmonstermusik

    Info Clara Schumann Wunderkind: Ein Theaterstück mit Musik | Komposition: Tom Smith & Moritz Eggert | Text: Winnie Karnofka | Uraufführung

Kurzinfo: Wunderkind, Popstar, Powerfrau, Teenie in Love und Papatochter. Eine Showbühne, ein Flügel und fünf Claras. Das Lebens-Universum der jungen Clara Schumann-Wieck.

Happy Birthday to you, hoch soll sie leben und wir grahatuliehieren! Ihren 200. (!) Geburtstag würde Clara Schumann 2019 feiern – Grund genug für ganz Leipzig, künstlerisch und musikalisch gesehen, kräftig in die Tasten zu hauen und die Urleipzigerin und Ausnahmepianistin leipzigweit hochleben zu lassen. Selbstverständlich spielt Clara Schumann auch am TdJW die »erste Geige«, wo wir ihr mit einem nigelnagelneuen Stück mit – natürlich – MusikMusikMusik ein standesgemäßes Musikerinnengeburtstagsgeschenk machen!

Heißt das jetzt, ein verstaubtes »Alles Gute zum Geburtstag, altes Haus«, oder was? Mitnichten! Was interessieren uns 200 Jahre! Wir wollen Clara in jung! Wir wollen Clara unchained! Wir wollen Clara, die bereits als Neunjährige wunderkind-like im Leipziger Gewandhaus debütierte. Wir wollen Clara, die keine Konkurrenz scheut. Wir wollen die rasante Clara, die »mehr Kraft hat als sechs Knaben zusammen!« (Goethe!). Uns interessiert die Übervater-Tochter. Die Teenagerkomponistin. Die Tastenlöwin. Clara das schwärmerische It-Girl-Ideal der Romantik. Clara als avantgardistisches Musikmonster. Wir wollen selbstverständlich Clara heimlich in love mit Robert. Und natürlich wollen wir auch: Clara am Klavier!

    Program

Maedchenmonstermusik


https://www.theaterderjungenweltleipzig.de/de/wann-und-was/stueckdetail/maedchenmonstermusik/

    Location Leipzig (Germany), Theater der Jungen Welt, Großer Saal

   
Date 06/05/2019, 01:93

    Concert Maedchenmonstermusik

    Info Clara Schumann Wunderkind: Ein Theaterstück mit Musik | Komposition: Tom Smith & Moritz Eggert | Text: Winnie Karnofka | Uraufführung

Kurzinfo: Wunderkind, Popstar, Powerfrau, Teenie in Love und Papatochter. Eine Showbühne, ein Flügel und fünf Claras. Das Lebens-Universum der jungen Clara Schumann-Wieck.

Happy Birthday to you, hoch soll sie leben und wir grahatuliehieren! Ihren 200. (!) Geburtstag würde Clara Schumann 2019 feiern – Grund genug für ganz Leipzig, künstlerisch und musikalisch gesehen, kräftig in die Tasten zu hauen und die Urleipzigerin und Ausnahmepianistin leipzigweit hochleben zu lassen. Selbstverständlich spielt Clara Schumann auch am TdJW die »erste Geige«, wo wir ihr mit einem nigelnagelneuen Stück mit – natürlich – MusikMusikMusik ein standesgemäßes Musikerinnengeburtstagsgeschenk machen!

Heißt das jetzt, ein verstaubtes »Alles Gute zum Geburtstag, altes Haus«, oder was? Mitnichten! Was interessieren uns 200 Jahre! Wir wollen Clara in jung! Wir wollen Clara unchained! Wir wollen Clara, die bereits als Neunjährige wunderkind-like im Leipziger Gewandhaus debütierte. Wir wollen Clara, die keine Konkurrenz scheut. Wir wollen die rasante Clara, die »mehr Kraft hat als sechs Knaben zusammen!« (Goethe!). Uns interessiert die Übervater-Tochter. Die Teenagerkomponistin. Die Tastenlöwin. Clara das schwärmerische It-Girl-Ideal der Romantik. Clara als avantgardistisches Musikmonster. Wir wollen selbstverständlich Clara heimlich in love mit Robert. Und natürlich wollen wir auch: Clara am Klavier!

    Program https://www.theaterderjungenweltleipzig.de/de/wann-und-was/stueckdetail/maedchenmonstermusik/

    Location Leipzig (Germany), Theater der Jungen Welt, Großer Saal

   
Date 06/07/2019, 01:10

    Concert Orgelmusik um 11

    Info Werke von E.-J. de la Guerre, M. Duruflé, M. Eggert u.a.

    Program

Auf dem Wasser zu singen




    Location Mindelheim (Germany), St. Stephan

    Interpreters Angela Metzger

   
Date 06/09/2019, 01:90

    Concert M - eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder

    Info WORLD PREMIERE

    Program

M - eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder


Fritz Lang’s famous crime thriller movie from 1931, in a score by multiple-award-winning pianist and composer Moritz Eggert in which language, noises and music combine to form an iridescent fabric of sound. At the heart of Barrie Kosky’s production is the dazzling figure of the murderer – played by the internationally successful Texan baritone Scott Hendricks – who is being chased by the city mob.

The city is up in arms! A serial murderer is on the loose. Several girls have already been found dead. Under great pressure and using all the means at their disposal, the police search for the culprit. And the city’s criminals are also keeping busy, as the increased police activities – which involve raids and house-to-house searches – is bad for business in every sense. And so the murderer, ultimately a victim of his own sick urges, is pursued, hunted and driven to madness by all the city’s thieves, burglars, whores, fences, beggars and con artists.


In a way that was virtually revolutionary at the time, Fritz Lang’s film – one of the first German talkies – questions the extent to which a murderer who is mentally ill can be considered to be criminally responsible. As he is hunted by people from all social classes, the culprit appears ever more as a victim. With its people, cars, buildings, smells and sounds, the city itself increasingly becomes a threatening antagonist in the mind of the hunted. Although we are never given the name of this big city, the film exudes the atmosphere of 1920 Berlin. Using children’s songs and poems written by the Berlin-born, German-Jewish author Walter Mehring, composer Moritz Eggert – whose oeuvre encompasses 20 stage works that are as idiosyncratic as they are diverse – creates a piece of musical theatre that represents a blend of radio play, Threepenny Opera and big-city symphony.
Libretto by Barrie Kosky and Ulrich Lenz, based on the film of the same name by Fritz Lang and using poems by Walter Mehring
A work commissioned by the Komische Oper Berlin, funded by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundatio

    Location Berlin (Germany), Komische Oper

    Interpreters Crew
Conductor
AinÄrs RubiÄis
Director
Barrie Kosky
Stagedesign, Video and Lighting
Klaus Grünberg
Co-stagedesign
Anne Kuhn
Costume design
Katrin Kath
Dramaturgy
Ulrich Lenz
Choir
David Cavelius
Children's choir
Dagmar Fiebach
Cast
M, the Murderer
Scott Hendricks
Solist
Alma Sadé
Soloist
Tansel Akzeybek
Children's Choir Komische Oper Berlin
Singers of the Opera Studio and of the Vocalconsort Berlin

   
Date 06/09/2019, 01:33

    Concert Wave-Gotik-Treffen

    Info Konzert: „Cellocolours In Concert“

Lukas Dreyer – Violoncello | Moritz Eggert – Klavier
Johannes Krampen – Violine | Shir-Ran Yinon - Viola

Programm:
Gabriel Fauré - „Deuxieme Sonate pour Violoncelle et Piano Op. 117“
Shir-Ran Yinon - „Episoden für Streichtrio“
Moritz Eggert - „Hämmerklavier XI“
Gustav Mahler - „Klavierquartett a-moll“
Moritz Eggert - „Auf den Punkt für Klaviertrio und 3 Metronome“
Lalo Schifrin - „Elegie & Meditation für Klaviertrio“

    Program

To The Point




    Location Leipzig (Germany), Alte Boerse

   
Date 06/18/2019, 01:13

    Concert Hells Kitchen

    Info Moritz Eggert: Hell's Kitchen

    Program https://www.theater-muenster.com/produktionen/teufels-kueche.html/ID_Vorstellung=6102



    Location Munster (Germany), Theater, Kleines Haus

    Interpreters Leitung

Musikalische Leitung Boris Cepeda

Inszenierung Frank Röpke

Bühne & Kostüme Anna Siegrot

Sounddesign Karolin Killig

Dramaturgie / Musikvermittlung Ilka Roßbach

Besetzung

Teufel Rose Lohmann

Spielerin 1 / Klarinette Hyunjung Kim

Spielerin 2 / Violoncello Jiwon Na

Spieler 3 / Percussion Walison Lenon de Oliveira Souza


   
Date 06/18/2019, 09:30

    Concert Hells Kitchen

    Info Moritz Eggert: Hell's Kitchen

    Program

Hells Kitchen


https://www.theater-muenster.com/produktionen/teufels-kueche.html/ID_Vorstellung=6102



    Location Munster (Germany), Theater, Kleines Haus

    Interpreters Leitung

Musikalische Leitung Boris Cepeda

Inszenierung Frank Röpke

Bühne & Kostüme Anna Siegrot

Sounddesign Karolin Killig

Dramaturgie / Musikvermittlung Ilka Roßbach

Besetzung

Teufel Rose Lohmann

Spielerin 1 / Klarinette Hyunjung Kim

Spielerin 2 / Violoncello Jiwon Na

Spieler 3 / Percussion Walison Lenon de Oliveira Souza


   
Date 06/22/2019, 01:93

    Concert M - eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder

    Info WORLD PREMIERE

    Program Fritz Lang’s famous crime thriller movie from 1931, in a score by multiple-award-winning pianist and composer Moritz Eggert in which language, noises and music combine to form an iridescent fabric of sound. At the heart of Barrie Kosky’s production is the dazzling figure of the murderer – played by the internationally successful Texan baritone Scott Hendricks – who is being chased by the city mob.

The city is up in arms! A serial murderer is on the loose. Several girls have already been found dead. Under great pressure and using all the means at their disposal, the police search for the culprit. And the city’s criminals are also keeping busy, as the increased police activities – which involve raids and house-to-house searches – is bad for business in every sense. And so the murderer, ultimately a victim of his own sick urges, is pursued, hunted and driven to madness by all the city’s thieves, burglars, whores, fences, beggars and con artists.


In a way that was virtually revolutionary at the time, Fritz Lang’s film – one of the first German talkies – questions the extent to which a murderer who is mentally ill can be considered to be criminally responsible. As he is hunted by people from all social classes, the culprit appears ever more as a victim. With its people, cars, buildings, smells and sounds, the city itself increasingly becomes a threatening antagonist in the mind of the hunted. Although we are never given the name of this big city, the film exudes the atmosphere of 1920 Berlin. Using children’s songs and poems written by the Berlin-born, German-Jewish author Walter Mehring, composer Moritz Eggert – whose oeuvre encompasses 20 stage works that are as idiosyncratic as they are diverse – creates a piece of musical theatre that represents a blend of radio play, Threepenny Opera and big-city symphony.
Libretto by Barrie Kosky and Ulrich Lenz, based on the film of the same name by Fritz Lang and using poems by Walter Mehring
A work commissioned by the Komische Oper Berlin, funded by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundatio

    Location Berlin (Germany), Komische Oper

    Interpreters Crew
Conductor
AinÄrs RubiÄis
Director
Barrie Kosky
Stagedesign, Video and Lighting
Klaus Grünberg
Co-stagedesign
Anne Kuhn
Costume design
Katrin Kath
Dramaturgy
Ulrich Lenz
Choir
David Cavelius
Children's choir
Dagmar Fiebach
Cast
M, the Murderer
Scott Hendricks
Solist
Alma Sadé
Soloist
Tansel Akzeybek
Children's Choir Komische Oper Berlin
Singers of the Opera Studio and of the Vocalconsort Berlin

   
Date 06/23/2019, 01:50

    Concert Tabea Debus and Alex McCartney

    Info Moritz Eggert: Breathless for recorder solo

    Program

Breathless


https://saffronhall.com/calendar/tabea-debus-alex-mccartney/

    Location Essex (GB), Saffron Hall

    Interpreters Tabea Debus, Alex McCartney

   
Date 06/25/2019, 01:13

    Concert Hells Kitchen

    Info Moritz Eggert: Hell's Kitchen

    Program https://www.theater-muenster.com/produktionen/teufels-kueche.html/ID_Vorstellung=6102



    Location Munster (Germany), Theater, Kleines Haus

    Interpreters Leitung

Musikalische Leitung Boris Cepeda

Inszenierung Frank Röpke

Bühne & Kostüme Anna Siegrot

Sounddesign Karolin Killig

Dramaturgie / Musikvermittlung Ilka Roßbach

Besetzung

Teufel Rose Lohmann

Spielerin 1 / Klarinette Hyunjung Kim

Spielerin 2 / Violoncello Jiwon Na

Spieler 3 / Percussion Walison Lenon de Oliveira Souza


   
Date 06/25/2019, 09:30

    Concert Hells Kitchen

    Info Moritz Eggert: Hell's Kitchen

    Program https://www.theater-muenster.com/produktionen/teufels-kueche.html/ID_Vorstellung=6102



    Location Munster (Germany), Theater, Kleines Haus

    Interpreters Leitung

Musikalische Leitung Boris Cepeda

Inszenierung Frank Röpke

Bühne & Kostüme Anna Siegrot

Sounddesign Karolin Killig

Dramaturgie / Musikvermittlung Ilka Roßbach

Besetzung

Teufel Rose Lohmann

Spielerin 1 / Klarinette Hyunjung Kim

Spielerin 2 / Violoncello Jiwon Na

Spieler 3 / Percussion Walison Lenon de Oliveira Souza


   
Date 06/26/2019, 01:93

    Concert M - eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder

    Info WORLD PREMIERE

    Program Fritz Lang’s famous crime thriller movie from 1931, in a score by multiple-award-winning pianist and composer Moritz Eggert in which language, noises and music combine to form an iridescent fabric of sound. At the heart of Barrie Kosky’s production is the dazzling figure of the murderer – played by the internationally successful Texan baritone Scott Hendricks – who is being chased by the city mob.

The city is up in arms! A serial murderer is on the loose. Several girls have already been found dead. Under great pressure and using all the means at their disposal, the police search for the culprit. And the city’s criminals are also keeping busy, as the increased police activities – which involve raids and house-to-house searches – is bad for business in every sense. And so the murderer, ultimately a victim of his own sick urges, is pursued, hunted and driven to madness by all the city’s thieves, burglars, whores, fences, beggars and con artists.


In a way that was virtually revolutionary at the time, Fritz Lang’s film – one of the first German talkies – questions the extent to which a murderer who is mentally ill can be considered to be criminally responsible. As he is hunted by people from all social classes, the culprit appears ever more as a victim. With its people, cars, buildings, smells and sounds, the city itself increasingly becomes a threatening antagonist in the mind of the hunted. Although we are never given the name of this big city, the film exudes the atmosphere of 1920 Berlin. Using children’s songs and poems written by the Berlin-born, German-Jewish author Walter Mehring, composer Moritz Eggert – whose oeuvre encompasses 20 stage works that are as idiosyncratic as they are diverse – creates a piece of musical theatre that represents a blend of radio play, Threepenny Opera and big-city symphony.
Libretto by Barrie Kosky and Ulrich Lenz, based on the film of the same name by Fritz Lang and using poems by Walter Mehring
A work commissioned by the Komische Oper Berlin, funded by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundatio

    Location Berlin (Germany), Komische Oper

    Interpreters Crew
Conductor
AinÄrs RubiÄis
Director
Barrie Kosky
Stagedesign, Video and Lighting
Klaus Grünberg
Co-stagedesign
Anne Kuhn
Costume design
Katrin Kath
Dramaturgy
Ulrich Lenz
Choir
David Cavelius
Children's choir
Dagmar Fiebach
Cast
M, the Murderer
Scott Hendricks
Solist
Alma Sadé
Soloist
Tansel Akzeybek
Children's Choir Komische Oper Berlin
Singers of the Opera Studio and of the Vocalconsort Berlin

   
Date 06/28/2019, 01:90

    Concert Parcours Martien #5

    Info A mi-chemin de la série de rendez-vous entre Martien Martienne et son public, l’équipe de création vous propose de rencontrer la comédienne Claudine Charreyre – la Martienne Ylla – à l'issue des premières répétition à l’Hameçon (Lyon 9ème). Venez découvrir la création en cours !
Entrée libre – réservation conseillée à contact@lespcl.com ou au 04 78 37 02 52


    Location Lyon (France)

    Interpreters PCL

   
Date 06/30/2019, 01:80

    Concert Neues trifft Altes

    Info Moritz Eggert: Organ for organ solo

    Program

organ
organ


http://angela-metzger.org/events/neues-trifft-altes-orgel-solo-mit-ua

    Location Stuttgart (Germany), Hospitalkirche

    Interpreters Angela Metzger

   
   
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