28.04.2014

Summer Course Concert Program now online!

The opening concert of the 47th International Summer Course for New Music Darmstadt on 2 August 2014 will feature Karlheinz Stockhausen’s spacial music Carré for four orchestras, four choirs and four conductors from1959/60. More than 30 concerts, performances, semi-scenic music theater and experimental interventions will follow in the two festival weeks from 2 to 16 August 2014 in various locations in Darmstadt – and with one guest performance in Frankfurt on 3 August. PERFORMING MATTERS is this year’s main theme of the program, curated by Thomas Schäfer and featuring premieres by Patricia Alessandrini, Georges Aperghis, Joanna Bailie, Wojtech Blecharz, Ann Cleare, Steven Daverson, Cezary Duchnowski, Ashley Fure, Clemens Gadenstätter, Vladimir Gorlinsky, Leopold Hurt, Evan Johnson, Marina Khorkova, Hikari Kiyama, Konrad Korabiewski, Steffen Krebber, Johannes Kreidler, Mauro Lanza und Andrea Valle, Fabien Lévy, Sarah Nemtsov und Paul Frick, Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri, Stefan Prins, Jagoda Szmytka, Lukas Wiegerink, Ken Ueno and others.

 

The program is constantly supplemented until August by workshop presentations, lectures and research formats.


28.04.2014

Summer Course Concert Program now online!

The opening concert of the 47th International Summer Course for New Music Darmstadt on 2 August 2014 will feature Karlheinz Stockhausen’s spacial music Carré for four orchestras, four choirs and four conductors from1959/60. More than 30 concerts, performances, semi-scenic music theater and experimental interventions will follow in the two festival weeks from 2 to 16 August 2014 in various locations in Darmstadt – and with one guest performance in Frankfurt on 3 August. PERFORMING MATTERS is this year’s main theme of the program, curated by Thomas Schäfer and featuring premieres by Patricia Alessandrini, Georges Aperghis, Joanna Bailie, Wojtech Blecharz, Ann Cleare, Steven Daverson, Cezary Duchnowski, Ashley Fure, Clemens Gadenstätter, Vladimir Gorlinsky, Leopold Hurt, Evan Johnson, Marina Khorkova, Hikari Kiyama, Konrad Korabiewski, Steffen Krebber, Johannes Kreidler, Mauro Lanza und Andrea Valle, Fabien Lévy, Sarah Nemtsov und Paul Frick, Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri, Stefan Prins, Jagoda Szmytka, Lukas Wiegerink, Ken Ueno and others.

 

The program is constantly supplemented until August by workshop presentations, lectures and research formats.