Pulse & Aphex

12 January 2011 @ 20:00

Wiener Konzerthaus

Pulse & apex

Pulse & apex

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PROGRAM

Aphex Twin: Disintegration III & other remixed tracks
Oliver Weber: frost
Annesley Black: humans in motion
Simon Steen Anderson: Chambered Music
Sivan Cohen-Elias: How long is it now… (2008)
Fausto Romitelli: Green, Yellow and Blue (Counter Phrases) (2002-2003)

FEATURING

MIKAMO Central European Chamber Orchestra
Ajtony Csaba, musical direction, conductor
Doris Nicoletti, flute
Ines Galler, oboe/English horn
Horia Dumitrache, clarinet/bass clarinet
Michael Krenn, soprano saxophones
Manuel Egger, Horn
Peter Solymosi, trumpet/piccolo trumpet
Stephen Menotti, trombone
Bernd Thurner, percussion
Lipus Emmanuel, percussion
Mathilde Housiangou, piano
Bernhard Schöberl, guitar/Benjo
Yaron Deutsch, electric guitar
Fani Vovoni, violin I
Anna Gutowska, violin II
Elaine Koene Elaine, viola
Krah Jörg Ulrich, cello
Anita Racz, double bass
Fredi Reiter, sound
Amano Kaoko, soprano
Visuals: 4youreye

In accordance with the diverse training and cultural backgrounds of the members of the Vienna-based ensemble, the Central European Chamber Orchestra consistently strives for new forms of musical exploration.
The “Pulse & Aphex” project is an example of this: the pulse forms the connecting element between electronic dance music and contemporary ensemble works.
The ensemble presents a remix of film music by the legendary sound inventor Aphex Twin. The level of ecstasy as the fundamental drive of Aphex Twin and the omnipresent pulsation continues as reference lines in pieces by Fausto Romitelli, Sivan Cohen-Elias and Oliver Weber. The composition by Annesley Black and Simon Steen-Anderson forms the opposite pole – the pulse becomes diffuse and loses itself in new forms.

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With friendly support from bm:ukk, OESTIG and Wiener Konzerthaus

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2011-01-12 @ 08:00 PM
 

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