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Berlin’s real-time music scene and the Neue Vocalsolisten - Festival mikromusik 2016
Composers associated with Berlin’s real-time music scene collaborate with the Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart, the leading chamber music ensemble for new vocal music. The art of singing encounters media art; the vocal arts and theatrical stage-presence encounter improvisation, experiment, and performance art. Both art forms are inherently utopian, whether in transforming the quotidian life-world through media or in compositionally questing for the as-yet-unheard.


Realtime Voices
concert in three parts

6 pm St. Elisabeth Church

Joanna Bailie: Harmonizing (Artificial Environment No.7) (2011/2012)
i) Birdland, ii) William Tell, iii) Three Planes
for 6 voices and tape

Turgut Erçetin: Im Keller (premiere, 2016)
for 6 voices and live electronics


7 pm Villa Elisabeth

Serge Baghdassarians & Boris Baltschun: auspacken/unboxing (premiere, 2016)
for vocal quartet (w/w/m/m)
1. CONTAINERS (quartet), 2. CASE (solo), 3. KORB (solo), 4. BOX (solo), 5. DOSE (solo)

Tomomi Adachi: Let’s Mikrophonie (premiere, 2016)
for four singers and an electronics operator

Hanna Hartman: Die Mückenmaschine (premiere, 2016)
for soprano, electronics and video


8:30 pm St. Elisabeth Church

Mario Verandi: Klangbuch der imaginären Wesen (premiere, 2016)
for 5 voices and video

Maximilian Marcoll:
Amproprification #6.1: Kyrie, Missa Papae Marcelli, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (premiere, 2016)
Amproprification #6.2: Gloria, Missa Papae Marcelli, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (premiere, 2016)
for 6 voices and electronics


Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart
Johanna Zimmer – soprano
Susanne Leitz-Lorey – soprano
Truike van der Poel – mezzosoprano
Daniel Gloger – countertenor
Martin Nagy – tenor
Guillermo Anzorena – baritone
Andreas Fischer – bass

Realtime Voices is a production of Musik der Jahrhunderte [Music of the Centuries] Stuttgart in collaboration with the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program and Deutschlandradio Kultur – sound art department. Funded in part by the Hauptstadtkulturfonds.

The Realtime Voices project will be broadcast by Deutschlandradio Kultur in three hour-long segments on September 16th, 23rd, and 30th at 0:05.
Realtime Voices will also be performed in Stuttgart on 10 September 2016, 8 pm.


Tickets:
concert ticket: 14€/10€
festival pass: 30€/25€

Photo neue Vocalsolisten: Martin Sigmund
Photo Turgut Erçetin: Kai Bienert

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