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To listen the full concert: link concert of 13.4.2014 is recorded by Concertzender | VPRO

line-up: Harry Sparnaay, Ernesto Molinari, Claudio Puntin, Steffen Schorn, Jelte Althuis,
Fie Schouten, Tobias Klein, Ainhoa Miranda, Laura Carmichael, Oguz Büyükberber

10 april 2014 – (20.30) Grand Theatre Groningen
11 april 2014
– (20.30) Bimhuis Amsterdam
13 april 2014 –
(20.00)  de Toonzaal Den Bosch

Basset (1998) -  Guus Jansen
Fie Schouten, Ainhoa Miranda, Jelte Althuis

Improvisation-trio
- for 3 contrabass clarinets: Tung-sten by Tobias Klein
- for 3 bass clarinets: free impro
Oguz Büyükberber, Tobias Klein, Ernesto Molinari

Three for One (2013) – Roderik de Man
dedicated to Harry Sparnaay
Harry Sparnaay, Fie Schouten, Ainhoa Miranda

Duo Schorn-Puntin (improvisation)

Ladder of escape for nonet (1984)* – Michael Smetanin

Too dark to read (2014, premiere)* – Tobias Klein

Le sucre du printemps  for nonet (1983)* – Lyell Creswell

Watching Ali! – Claudio Puntin

*conducted by Ned McGowan

13 april 2014 15:00 preview concert Noordbrabants Museum Den Bosch
Fie Schouten – bass clarinet
Riassunto (2014) – Ig Henneman
solo from ensemble piece by Claudio Puntin
Advice from a Caterpillare – Unsuk Chin

 

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    Feed it! The Music Movement Project

    May 29, 2017, 8:00pm - May 29, 2017, 2:30pm

    Elisabeth Kelvin and friends in association with Foundation IHOS Amsterdam, Presents Feed it! The Music Movement Project Elisabeth Kelvin, clarinet/bass clarinet/movement/choreography Marion Schaap, guitar Peter Constant, guitar Nadia Kelvin, movement/choreography John Plankenhorn, composition/choreography PROGRAM CAVE PAINTING by Phillip Houghton Hunting and dancing are some of the earliest images of human activities depicted in cave paintings. BOURRÉE (Cello Suite No. 4) by J.S. Bach Arr. for bass clarinet by Elisabeth Kelvin Louis XIV inspired people to dance the Bourrée in Versailles. J.S. Bach inspired people to dance it in their own minds. CANTICUM: ECLOSIÓN - DITIRAMBO by Leo Brouwer Arr. for guitar and bass clarinet by Marion Schaap and Elisabeth Kelvin Instrumental music inspired by an ancient chant that emerges and brings to life a rhythmic bacchanalia. BUTTERLIPS by John Plankenhorn A rare, nostalgic journey into the composer's early days exploring eclectic composition combining tonal, modal, twelve-tone elements with a fetching melody and catlike movements. DANZA ESPAÑOLA nr 11 Enrique Granados Z.o.o. guitar brings together lyical melody with sensual rhtyhm in a colorful Spanish dance. FEED IT ALL IT NEEDS 1 - 4 by John Plankenhorn A series of terse abstractions on Samuel Beckett's text composition fizzle 4, whose final phrase is "I'll feed it all it needs". His text is oft interpreted as an exercise in the difficulty of sustaining the thought of one's own death. Music is movement. Movement is life. TRIGGER WARNING by Elisabeth Kelvin, John Plankenhorn and Nadia Kelvin. (World Premiere) Through sound and movement, both serious and humorous, the performer explores the degrees of offence being taken that always challenge freedom of expression in the West. MOIST by John Plankenhorn That which is neither wet nor dry. A contradiction, like composing the right piece for the wrong instrument? NEPITANC by Elisabeth Kelvin A moving piece in two parts inspired by the improvisatory dances of traditional Hungarian folk dance. THREE TANGOS: 1. CAFÉ 1930 (Histoire du Tango) by Astor Piazzolla 2. MILONGA TRISTE by Sabastian Piana 3. LA FORTEZZA DEI GRANDI PERCHÉ by Astor Piazzolla The tango. Pleasure meets pain. Love feeds truth. Movements of the tango are like delicious sparks. Whether it is 1930 or 2017, the sultry flame burns higher the more we feed it! FOR TICKETS: www.ostadeadam.nl/programma/210-feed-it-the-music-movement-project/

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