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Tuesday 04.05.2021, 12:00 

mixed pieces

A School Dance Project

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To children and teenagers, movement is an elementary need – and sitting still for hours in a concert hall can be quite a challenge for them. Contemporary music, on the other hand, is a wonderful experience when combined with movement: if you dance to it, you also learn how to listen intensely for structures, sequences and fragmentation in the compositions. Accompanied live by piano and timpani sounds and guided by Corinna Vogel, a professor of music pedagogy, and participants in one of her seminars, students from Cologne’s schools explore pieces lending themselves to dance particularly well. The first is Misato Mochizuki’s Moebius-Ring – the musical equivalent of the mathematical paradox of the infinite, a twisted loop without inner or outer sides. And the finale will feature György Kurtág’s Eight Piano Pieces – extremely brief miniatures which, even on their own, seem like physical gestures crying out for motion.


Funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation



keine Pause | Ende gegen 12:45

Programme

Misato Mochizuki
Moebius-Ring
für Klavier

Carola Bauckholt
When they go low we go high
Microlude für György Kurtág, für Klavier zu vier Händen

Marc L. Vogler
mixed double
in 2 Sätzen, für Pauken und Klavier
Kompositionsauftrag der Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln
Uraufführung

György Kurtág
Acht Klavierstücke op. 3


Promoter
ACHT BRÜCKEN in Kooperation mit der Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln

Kölner Philharmonie