Mauricio Kagel's work is full of surprising, abruptly radical turns and turns some things upside down in recent music history. The reference to the music of the past, to...
Mauricio Kagel's work is full of surprising, abruptly radical turns and turns some things upside down in recent music history. The reference to the music of the past, to the most diverse musical genres, to the most diverse kinds of "trivial music" as well as to television, radio, pop and jazz form an important element of his work.
In our many years of involvement with Kagel's music, we have found that it does not leave even the biggest New Music skeptics untouched.
The ambiguity, the humor, the talent for alienation and the broad stylistic interest inherent in Kagel's work, which also characterizes the works of Alexandre Kordzaia and Cathy van Eck, find a dialogue in our program.
In addition, we will hear the rarely performed string trio by Bernd A. Zimmermann, whose pluralistic sound compositions are characterized by the combination and overlapping of layers of musical material from different times and different origins.
material from different times and different origins (music of the Middle Ages, baroque and classical music, jazz and pop songs).
Ivana Pristašová (violin), Petra Ackermann (viola), Karolina Öhman (cello), Tamriko Kordzaia (piano)
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