Now what?Contemporary percussion concert — 25.10.2023 17:00
Chamber music for percussion began to spread in the second half of the 20th century and is now at its peak. The music seeks to create new sounds and rhythms, which requires both a knowledge of the classical and an openness to the contemporary. It juxtaposes electronic sound with instrumental performance. It juxtaposes electronic sound with instrumental performance. It explores and extends the use of the score, using both classical notation and exploring various new musical notation systems. At the very same time, it seeks to discover new parameters and applications for improvisation.
On the programme:
-Béla Bartók: 6 Romanian dances (Hayashi-Kelemen Jácint-Yuuka, Tamás Horváth).
-Casey Cangelosi: Bad Touch (Hayashi-Kelemen Jácint-Yuuka)
-Paul Smadbeck: Rhythm Song (Tamás Horváth)
-John Cage: Livingroom Music (Arina Grindean, Miruna Davidoaie, Tamás Horváth, Hayashi-Kelemen Jácint-Yuuka)
-Bruno Ruviaro: K (Arina Grindean, Hayashi-Kelemen Jácint-Yuuka, Tamás Horváth)
-Wolfgang Reifeneder: Crossover (Tamás Horváth)
-Bruce Hamilton: Interzones (Hayashi-Kelemen Jácint-Yuuka)
-Eckhard Kopetzki: Le chant du serpent (Hayashi-Kelemen Jácint-Yuuka, Arina Grindean, Miruna Davidoaie, Tamás Horváth)
The concert is part of the RESONANCES – Transnational collaborations in contemporary music project. Our mission is to promote and disseminate regional and international contemporary music productions.
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