What’s new in music being written today? Find out at this "räsonanz – Donor Concert" on 6 September 2021, which brings you up-to-date orchestral music. Iris Szeghy presents her recent Offertorium, which features an expressive solo soprano singing verses by Emily Dickinson. Beat Furrer has taken advantage of the coronavirus downtime to compose a fiendishly difficult violin concerto for Ilya Gringolts. Finally, in a series of orchestral pieces written between 2015 and 2020, Miroslav Srnka traces not just musical movements but what sets them in motion: the physical movements of the musicians.
In our series "Deep listening: New Music" we will talk with composers and soloists about the new works presented at this concert.