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Concert Highlights from 10 Years ZKM | Institute for Music and Acoustics
Fri, 27.04.2007, 8 pm CEST

With the series »produced@,« created for the anniversary celebration »10 Jahre ZKM im Hallenbau A,« the ZKM | Institute for Music and Acoustics presents exemplary, topical compositions and works from its archives demonstrating the Institute’s range of artistic production.<br />
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Fri 27 April, ZKM_Cube, 8 p.m., Admission € 15/10<br />
The Ensemble Modern, guest appearance at ZKM<br />
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The ZKM | Institute for Music and Acoustics continues its successful collaboration with the Ensemble Modern. Following the numerous guest performances by scholarship students studying at the International Ensemble Modern Academy, several Ensemble musicians will now take the stage at the ZKM_Cube. Among other works in the program are three that were created in the context of the ZKM composition studio. The Ensemble Modern was founded in 1980; since 1985 it has been located in Frankfurt am Main; and in 2003 it was declared a »guiding light« of contemporary culture in Germany by the Federal Cultural Foundation (Kulturstiftung des Bundes).<br />
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Program<br />
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Gérard Buquet »Surimpressions« (2006/07) for percussion and electronics <br />
With the kind support of the »Studio Césaré de Reims«,<br />
Reworked version for the Klangdom, work commissioned by ZKM | Karlsruhe<br />
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Ludger Brümmer »Medusa« (2000/2006) for two percussionists, 4-channel–audio tape and video projection<br />
Work commissioned by ZKM | Karlsruhe for the German pavilion at EXPO 2000 in Hannover<br />
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Thierry de Mey »Musique de Tables« (1987) for three percussionists and three tables prepared with contact microphones<br />
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Pierre Boulez »Messagesquisse« (1976) for violoncello solo and audio tape<br />
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Paulo Ferreira-Lopes »sotto_voce« (2000) for violoncello solo and electronics<br />
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Musicians<br />
Eva Böcker violoncello<br />
David Haller percussion<br />
Rumi Ogawa percussion<br />
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Following at 9:30 p.m.: opening of the installation rosalie: »Helios«<br />
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Sat 28 April, ZKM_Music Balcony, 4–8 p.m., admission free<br />
Sun 29 April, ZKM_Music Balcony, 2–6 p.m., admission free<br />
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Marion Galut: »Le violon virtuel«<br />
Two pictures calculated live by a computer will be projected onto a screen in 3D. A virtual, spatially perceptible instrument emerges before the eyes of the beholder.<br />
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Sat 28 April, ZKM_Cube, 8 p.m., admission € 8/5<br />
Loudspeaker Concert<br />
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Since the founding of the ZKM | Center for Art and Media, numerous purely acousmatic works have been created. For their playback, the Klangdom presents entirely new possibilities for setting the sounds in space. The works offer profound insight into the production of the ZKM | Institute for Music and Acoustics. Johannes Goebel was the first head of the Institute and a pioneer in German computer music. The tuba player Melvyn Poore brilliantly combines the acoustics of his brass instrument with electronic possibilities. Sabine Schäfer, composer and installation artist from Karlsruhe, creates a cartography of seemingly familiar music and sounds which map out new acoustic territory.<br />
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Program<br />
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Johannes Goebel »Après les Grand Tours« (1993)<br />
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Ramón González-Arroyo »De l’infinito Universo et Mondi« (1996)<br />
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Bojidar Spassov from the cycle »Fiato continuo« (2005)<br />
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Sabine Schäfer »TopoPhonicSpheres part I« (1993)<br />
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Melvyn Poore »Study In Moving Sounds« (1994)

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