21.03.2018

8 May: Sweet Spot. Lounge for Electro-acoustic Music: MINIMAL

The series SWEET SPOT sees itself as a forum for classical and completely new productions of electro-acoustic music in Salzburg. In a lounge atmosphere, completely new but also "classics" of the genre are heard and collectively discussed. Each concert is accompanied by a short introduction and the opportunity to discuss what has been heard over a glass of wine.

8. Mai 2018 | 19.30 Uhr  
Atelier im KunstQuartier Bergstraße 12a, 5020 Salzburg, 1. Stock    

Minimal Music ist ein Sammelbegriff, der verschiedene Kompositionsweisen und Stile vereint. Charakteristikum ist dabei, dass einzelne musikalische Parameter stark reduziert werden, etwa dadurch, dass immer wieder die gleichen Motive repetiert werden, über lange Strecken die gleichen harmonischen Wendungen bzw. Klänge verwendet werden oder aber nur vereinzelt Töne erklingen. Ferner besitzen die meisten Stücke einen kontinuierlichen Aufbau und vermeiden einen klassischen dramaturgischen Spannungsverlauf.

Mit Werken von Steve Reich, Ryoji Ikeda u.a.    

Idee, Technik, Moderation 
Achim Bornhöft (Komponist | Salzburg und Leiter Institut für Neue Musik, Mozarteum Salzburg)
Marco Döttlinger (Komponist | Salzburg)
Martin Losert (Saxophonist, Instrumentalpädagoge | Salzburg und Leiter ConTempOhr, Mozarteum Salzburg)
Alexander Bauer (Komponist, Organist | Salzburg)  

Eine Veranstaltung von ConTempOhr in Kooperation mit dem Studio für Elektronische Musik und dem Institut für Neue Musik der Universität Mozarteum Salzburg  





Mag. Ingeborg Schrems

Programmreferentin

PB Vermittlung zeitgenössischer Musik

Bergstraße 12, 5020 Salzburg

Tel: +43 662 8044 2380

E-mail to Mag. Ingeborg Schrems

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