Stump-Linshalm masterclass-concert Groningen

Heinz-Peter Linshalm & Petra Stump

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Prins Claus Conservatorium Groningen


Prins Claus Conservatoire Groningen25 januari 2016 Masterclass 11.30 – 17.00
26 januari 2016 Masterclass 10.00 – 16.00
27 january 2016 Concert 20:00 > tickets

AfbeeldingDeze masterclasses zijn bedoeld voor klarinet- en basklarinetstudenten en gevorderde amateurs.
Je kunt je aanmelden als solist, maar ook al kamermuziekensemble waar de (bas)klarinet een rol speelt
De masterclasses zijn openbaar toegankelijk.

Petra Stump en Heinz-Peter Linshalm (AT) vormen sinds 2003 een klarinetduo. Er is een enorme hoeveeelheid werken voor hen geschrevendoor componisten als Chaya Czernowin, Beat Furrer, Bernhard Gander en Jorge Sanchez-Chiong.
Zij brachten meerdere CDs uit, waaronder 1+1 (Billone) op het hedendaagse muzieklabel Kairos in 2006.
In datzelfde jaar kregen zij de Erich Schenk prijs door de Mozartgemeinde Wien.
Zij maakten een klarinetmethode Clarinet Update met hedendaagse klarinetmuziek en zij doceren klarinet/basklarinet en kamermuziek aan de Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Wien.

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Prins Claus Conservatorium Groningen

Prins Claus Conservatoire Groningen25 januari 2016 Masterclass 11.30 – 17.00
26 januari 2016 Masterclass 10.00 – 16.00
27 january 2016 Concert 20:00 > tickets

The masterclasses are meant for clarinet- and bass clarinetstudents.
You are welcome with classical and contemporary repertoire, as a soloist or with a chambermusicensemble where the (bass)clarinet is involved.
The masterclasses are open to public.

KAZ 1+1=1Heinz-Peter Linshalm & Petra Stump (Austria)
In 2003, the composer Bernhard Gander set the cornerstone for the two musicians’ future collaboration as a duo with Mr. Vertigo for two basset horns and tape recorder. The combination of two instruments of the clarinet family, in particular two bass clarinets, has sparked the interest of other contemporary composers such as Pierluigi Billone, Beat Furrer, or Jorge Sánchez-Chiong and inspired them to collaborate with the Duo Stump-Linshalm.

In the fall of 2006, the duo caused a stir with a unique project: 1+1=1 for two bass clarinets, written and dedicated to the duo by the Italian composer Pierluigi Billone. They performed the world premiere of this more than 70-minute-long composition at the wien modern festival and released a CD of the studio recording of the piece on the KAIROS label .

Other successes include: Erich-Schenk prize by the Mozartgemeinde Wien in 2006, Prize Winner of the Concours Nicati, competition for professional musicians
 of contemporary music Switzerland 2011.

Petra Stump and Heinz-Peter Linshalm are teaching at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna: clarinet/bass clarinet and chambermusic.

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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:

    Heute in Wien ! Interessantes Konzert mit Bassklarinette in der Hauptrolle :) Vielen Dank an Petra Stump & Heinz-Peter Linshalm, Dozenten an MdW und organisatoren von Low Vibrations! ...

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