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Cantata. Dedicated to Valentin Silvestrov

Saturday 24.09.22

h 20:30 — € 20/15

Tickets

Kranhalle, NOI Techpark

Via Alessandro Volta 13, 39100 BZ

Curated by Ukrainian conductor Viktoriia Vitrenko, the final concert of this year’s edition is dedicated to quieter sounds, pauses, and introspection. As if resounding from the depths “Espenbaum” by the Ukrainian composer Maxim Kolomiiets, pain and loss unfold in strongly contrasting images, inspired by the poem of the same name by Paul Celan. The Serenade for strings by Valentin Silvestrov instead leads us into a “musical labyrinth with its catastrophes and its inner energies” and leads to Silvestrov's Cantata N.8, interpreted by the Russian soprano Natalia Pschenitschnikova, in deep connection with Ukraine. Silence.

To conclude the evening a live DJ set by DJ InnerLicht.


Composers

Maxim Kolomiiets
Valentin Silvestrov


With

Orchestra Haydn
Viktoriia Vitrenko, Direttrice d’orchestra
Natalia Pschenitschnikova, Soprano
DJ InnerLicht / DJ set


Thanks to


In collaboration with


Composers Maxim Kolomiiets
Valentin Silvestrov
With Orchestra Haydn
Viktoriia Vitrenko, Direttrice d’orchestra
Natalia Pschenitschnikova, Soprano
DJ InnerLicht / DJ set
Thanks to
In collaboration with

Photo credits: Roberto Masotti / ECM Records

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