Transparent Sound New Music 2017

Can a bomb-attack take away someone’s appetite? Who is that Alex, after whose hand a band is named? Why do six European composers start to write music using sounds recorded by the prisoners of the Thiva women’s prison? How does a bass drum sound if one is drawing on it with bunch of pencils?

Stockhausen: Mikrophonie – conversation with Péter Eötvös

Stockhausens ́s Mikrophonie I from 1964, a unique composition both from technical and aesthetical point of view. Peter Eötvös was a member of Stockhausen ́s Ensemble until 1976 was among the performers of the world premiere of this work.


concert

ESTONIAN BUFFALO

If we imagine in Budapest, that Estonian art is that cold as we think their weather is, we are wrong. We present an emotionally rich selection of works that have a strong relationship with human stories. The closing event of the festival will present contemporary Estonian literature, short movies and compositions in some cross referential &hellip; <a href="https://2017.atlatszohang.hu/en/event/estonian-buffalo-2/">Continued</a>
01.15 18:00
Fuga
concert

LOVE SONGS

Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart
01.14 19:30
BMC - Concert Hall
concert

JAZZAJ EXTRA: ALEX’S HAND (D)

Alex’s Hand is polystylistic avant-garde, experimental rock group centered around bassist Kellen Mills and drummer Nic Barnes. It was launched in Seattle, Washington in 2011, and is currently based out of Berlin, Germany.
01.13 22:00
Auróra
filmclub

PROMENADE

Ernő Király, the John Cage of Voivodina, is a songwriter and ethno- grapher. He was born on 16th March 1919 in Subotica. He was drawn to music at an early age and learned to play the guitar, the piston and the mouth organ. From 1954 to 1983 he was the editor of the Hungarian folk &hellip; <a href="https://2017.atlatszohang.hu/en/event/promenade/">Continued</a>
01.13 20:00
Auróra
concert

MIKROPHONIE

The presentation is the end of a semester long workshop, where participants had the chance to work with László Hudacsek and Bálint Bolcsó on the realization of Mikrophonie I – a composition wrote by Karlheinz Stockhausen in 1964.
01.13 18:00
Liszt Academy
concert

Drumming Lights

This evening two audiovisual improvisations frame some con- temporary pieces for flute. Gergely Ittzés flutist and Jenő Lévay visual artist have been cooperating for two decades.
01.09 19:00
CEU - Oktober Hall online event
concert, exhibition

DARGAY & DARGAY

Lajos Dargay (*1942) is the pioneer of the Hungarian kinetic cybernetic art. His son, Marcell Dargay (*1980) is composer and pianist. The exhibition just as the vernissage is their collaborative work.
01.07 18:00
Hermina Galéria
concert

THE ABSURD DANCING WITH THE SUBLIME

Composer/performer collective Ensemble Pamplemousse was founded in 2003 to provide a focal point for like-minded creators with a thirst for sonic exploration.
01.08 19:00
Trafó
concert

THIVA KM 102

For the opening concert of the festival, ARTéfacts Ensemble based in Athens present the 2014 programme THIVA 102 km. In the initial phase of this project supervised by the EU Project PAROL! Writing and art beyond walls, beyond borders, inmates of the women’s prison at Thiva recorded sounds of their everyday life and sent them to six European composers selected by the ensemble;
01.07 19:00
Liszt Academy - Solti Hall
workshop

SOUND DISCOVERY

Throughout the interactive workshop participants can explore different sounds as the most elementary components of music.
01.08 11:00
Liszt Academy

 

 

 

Organizers:
Zeneakadémia, Trafó Kortárs Művészetek Háza, Szimpla Kert, Müpa Budapest, MuPATh, JazzaJ, Hermina Galéria, Gryllus Kft., FUGA &ndash; Budapesti Építészeti Központ, Central European University, Budapest Music Center, Auróra
 

Supporters and partners:
Osztrák Kulturális Fórum, Onassis Cultural Center, University of Victoria, Nemzeti Kulturális Alap, Mid Atlantic Art Foundation, Magyarországi Észt Intézet, Goethe Intézet, Fővárosi Önkormányzat, Filharmónia Magyarország, Canada Council, Bundeskanzleramt Österreich, Elektro Kontha
Media partner:
Kultúrpart
Curators:
Horváth Balázs és Gryllus Samu

 

Assistants:
 Szálka Zsuzsanna, Molnár Szabolcs, György-Dóczy Katalin, Fedoszov Júlia