Heinz Holliger is one of those rare contemporary musicians who combine composing, playing, conducting, teaching, lecturing on a tremendously high level in a continuous stream of creativity since six decades.
During his visit to Orpheus he will deliver testimonies about his relation to his own music and to the music of others like Debussy or Schumann - by playing, explaining and coaching. About this relation he says himsself : "My entire relation to music is such that I always try to go to the limits."
The Orpheus Institute will be thus a perfect environment.
This Study Day aims to go beyond the commonplace notion of noise, by generating some conceptual coordinates for the shared notion of ‘noise’.
DARE 2015 – The Dark Precursor - is the first international conference entirely dedicated to the relation between artistic research and French philosopher Gilles Deleuze. The three-day will feature both artistic presentations and scholarly papers that investigate this relation.
A multilayered performance with as starting point 'the musical idea' like Arnold Schoenberg.