Fri June 7, 2024

Tiroler Kammerorchester InnStrumenti 'klang_sprachen 2024 – Weltlagen-Revue' (A)

Johanna Doderer 'für immer' UA
Viola Falb 'Neuversion & In allen keinen passenden Verhältnissen' UA
Ruth Goller 'sich in der gespiegelten erinnerung im blick' UA
Melissa Coleman 'Der Blick nach vorn & Schienenwetter' UA
Susanna Ridler 'Das gar nicht schöne Lied' UA
Helmut Sprenger 'Hängengeblieben' UA

Gerhard Ruiss: Texte / Lesung / Gesang
Viola Falb: Saxophon
Gerhard Sammer: Künstlerische Leitung
Tiroler Kammerorchester InnStrumenti

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The interdisciplinary event series klang_sprachen aims to interweave contemporary music and poetry. In June 2024, the successful and innovative project will be continued in a collaboration between the Tyrolean chamber orchestra InnStrumenti and the W:ORTE poetry festival. Texts by Gerhard Ruiss form the starting point for the 8th edition. The writer is thus given a special role and becomes part of the chamber orchestra's performance. So is it a reading or a concert? It is both or something completely new, because language is given new perspectives through the new sonic context. Six composers have been commissioned to create new pieces of music especially for this evening and to relate music and text to each other in a variety of creative ways: There will be world premieres by Johanna Doderer, Viola Falb, Ruth Goller, Melissa Coleman, Susanna Ridler and Helmut Sprenger.

The program series klang_sprachen is made possible by a collaboration between the Tyrolean Chamber Orchestra InnStrumenti and the Innsbruck Poetry Festival W:ORTE, Treibhaus Innsbruck, the Jazz & Music Club Porgy & Bess Vienna, the Heart of Noise Festival and the ÖGZM (Austrian Society for Contemporary Music).