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Patricia Kopatchinskaja | Ensemble des LUCERNE FESTIVAL ALUMNI et al.

« Dies irae »

sam. 2 sept.22h00Nr. 17344

KKL Luzern, Salle Lucerne

Vergangenes Konzert


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Festival d´été

11/8-10/9 2017

 

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    KKL Luzern, Salle Lucerne

    Identités 6

    Patricia Kopatchinskaja | Ensemble des LUCERNE FESTIVAL ALUMNI et al.

    Élèves du Conservatoire de musique de Lucerne  
    Patricia Kopatchinskaja  violon, idée et direction
    Lani Tran-Duc  conception visuelle
    Jonas Link  vidéo
    Jorge Sánchez-Chiong  design sonore

    « Dies irae »
    Concert mis en scène. Œuvres de Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber, George Crumb, Michael Hersch, Antonio Lotti, Jorge Sánchez-Chiong, Giacinto Scelsi et Galina Oustvolskaïa

    Réchauffement climatique, guerre des ressources, crise des migrants… Le monde semble courir à sa perte et les réactions sont en conséquence : perplexité, peur, lamentations, politique de l’autruche… Une situation dramatique qui a inspiré à Patricia Kopatchinskaja un spectacle sur le Dies irae, ce poème de la messe des morts latine qui évoque la colère de Dieu au jour du Jugement Dernier. Après son Bye Bye Beethoven, présenté à Berlin et Hambourg avec le Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Dies irae est son deuxième « concert mis en scène ». Elle y propose une réflexion esthétique sur notre temps nourrie d’œuvres musicales variées : on entend entre autres du chant grégorien, une « bataille » du musicien baroque Biber, la musique « extraterrestre » de Scelsi, et jusqu’au Dies irae troublant de Galina Oustvolskaïa. 

    Quatuor JACK

    The American JACK Quartet was founded in 2003 by four young musicians who studied together at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. The ensemble’s name comes from the first letter of each member’s first name: John Pickford Richards (viola), Ari Streisfeld (second violin), Christopher Otto (first violin), and Kevin McFarland (Violoncello). During their training, the players also studied with the Arditti and the Kronos Quartets and, as participants in the LUCERNE FESTIVAL ACADEMY, with musicians from the Ensemble intercontemporain, who gave them important advice that would prove useful in the performance of their future repertoire. The JACK Quartet focuses in particular on contemporary music, collaborating closely with the composers whose work they perform. Along with Helmut Lachenmann, this list includes such names as György Kurtág, Matthias Pintscher, Georg Friedrich Haas, Toshio Hosokawa, Wolfgang Rihm, James Dillon, and Beat Furrer. The JACK Quartet has performed at Wigmore Hall in London, Carnegie Hall in New York, the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, and the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., and has also appeared at the Donaueschingen Festival, the Biennale in Venice, the Darmstadt International Summer Courses for New Music, and the Ultraschall Festival in Berlin. Between 2012 and 2014 the four players are working closely with Maurizio Pollini as part of his Pollini Perspectives series: following its premiere in Lucerne, the series is also being presented in Tokyo, Paris, Berlin, and Milan. An important component of the JACK Quartet’s work is devoted to young composers and instrumentalists, which entails giving workshops at the Universities of Iowa, Wisconsin-Madison, Buffalo, Illinois, Washington, and New York; the Quartet additionally teaches at various American conservatories.

    LUCERNE FESTIVAL debut in the summer of 2005 as participants in the LUCERNE FESTIVAL ACADEMY, when these four musicians took part in a conversation concert with Helmut Lachenmann. Their actual LUCERNE FESTIVAL debut then followed on 16 August 2007, with works by John Zorn, György Kurtág, John Cage, and Peter Eötvös.

    July 2013

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    Ensemble des LUCERNE FESTIVAL ALUMNI

    Ever since it was founded in 2003, the LUCERNE FESTIVAL ACADEMY has provided training to more than 1,000 highly talented young instrumentalists, conductors, and composers from around the world. To date the alumni have included such renowned artists as the JACK Quartet and the conductors Pablo Heras-Casado and Kevin John Edusei, as well as many musicians who today are members of internationally accomplished orchestras,  who perform in chamber music and experimental projects, or who teach at conservatories. A large portion of them remain closely associated with the Festival. Selected former Academy students come back to Lucerne regularly as LUCERNE FESTIVAL ALUMNI. They enrich the programming through performances in the field of contemporary music, in the 40min series, or in productions by LUCERNE FESTIVAL YOUNG; they are moreover available to provide  help and advice to current Academy students. Supported by the Alumni platform, they keep in contact with each other in order to execute their own projects around the world. The result is a uniquely international network of young musicians. For their first project together, in the 2013-14 season the Alumni gave four world premieres involving the theme “Music at Risk” in New York, London, Beijing, Zurich, and Lucerne. During the past summer they participated in another “marathon of premieres” in Lucerne, and in June 2016 an ensemble of Alumni performed as part of the NY Phil Biennial in a three-part concert series, “Ligeti Forward,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, which was conducted by Alan Gilbert. This year the LUCERNE FESTIVAL ALUMNI’s projects include a tour with the Swiss jazz singer  Andreas Schaerer performing his project “The Big Wig.”

    May 2017

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    Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    The violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja is Lucerne’s 2017 Summer Festival “artiste étoile.” Born in 1977 in Chişinău in the Republic of Moldova, she comes from a musical family – her mother also plays violin and her father performs on the cimbalom. In 1989 the family emigrated to Vienna, where the 17-year-old Kopatchinskaja began her studies at the Music University; four years later she transferred to the University of the Arts in Bern, where she completed her studies with Igor Ozim. She became known in professional circles through her victory at the International Szeryng Competition (2000), and in 2002 she won the Credit Suisse Young Artist Award. Today Patricia Kopatchinskaja works with leading orchestras and generates a buzz through her unusual, often radical performances. Equally at home in early music, the Romantic repertoire, and modern music, she is also an animated chamber musician and creates staged concerts. In the 2016-17 season she served as artist-in-residence at the Konzerthaus in Berlin and at London’s Wigmore Hall. She performed Ligeti’s Violin Concerto with the Filarmonica della Scala, the Berlin Philharmonic, and the Helsinki Philharmonic and Prokofiev’s Second with the London Philharmonic; together with the Russian ensemble musicAeterna and Teodor Currentzis, she toured Europa, playing Berg and Mozart. In 2018 she will take on the role of  Music Director of the Ojai Festival in California. Kopatchinskaja’s recordings have won the Echo Klassik Award (2009 and 2013), the International Classical Music Award, the Prix Caecilia, and Gramophone magazine’s Recording of the Year Award. Her most recent releases include the violin concertos of Schumann (conducted by Heinz Holliger) and Tchaikovsky (with Currentzis) as well as the album Death and the Maiden, featuring works by composers from Dowland to Kurtág.

    LUCERNE FESTIVAL debut on 7 September 2002 playing the Sibelius Concerto with the Vienna Philharmonic under Mariss Jansons.

    May 2017

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    Lani Tran-Duc

    Lani Tran-Duc wurde 1982 in München geboren. Nach ihrem Architekturstudium an der Berliner Universität der Künste und an der Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura del Vallès (ETSAV) in Barcelona arbeitete sie von 2010 bis 2012 als Ausstattungsassistentin am Hamburger Thalia Theater. Bereits während ihrer Assistenzzeit entwarf sie Bühnenbilder für das Thalia Theater und für die Theater-Fabrik Kampnagel. Seither ist sie freischaffend als Bühnen- und Kostümbildnerin tätig, für Theater- und Opernproduktionen wie auch im Tanz- und Performance-Bereich, u. a. bei den Wiener Festwochen, am Staatstheater Darmstadt und bei Konzert Theater Bern. In der vergangenen Spielzeit führten sie Produktionen ans Theater Erlangen, ans Opernhaus Graz und ans Deutsche Theater Göttingen. Für Jon Fosses Besuch am Hamburger Lichthof Theater wurde Lani Tranc-Duc 2014 in der Kategorie «Bestes Bühnenbild» mit dem Rolf-Mares-Preis ausgezeichnet.

    Juli 2017

    Jonas Link

    Parallel zu seinem Studium der Medientechnik an der HAW Hamburg war Jonas Link, geboren 1987 in Würzburg, freiberuflich als Videotechniker am Hamburger Thalia Theater tätig und assistierte dort u. a. Peter Baur, Meika Dresenkamp und Studio Braun. Nach seinem Studienabschluss im Jahr 2013 erarbeitete er das Videodesign für Matthew Herberts musikalische Performance One Day sowie, gemeinsam mit Peter Baur, Bühnenvideos für Bastian Krafts Jedermann-Inszenierung beim Young Directors Project der Salzburger Festspiele; zudem entstanden am Thalia Theater und am Deutschen Theater in Berlin erste eigene Arbeiten als Videokünstler. Die Zusammenarbeit mit Peter Baur führte Jonas Link 2016 ans Schauspielhaus Zürich (Andorra und Homo Faber) und ans Wiener Burgtheater (Ludwig II.); in Frankfurt arbeitete er mit Ulrich Rasche zusammen (Sieben gegen Theben/Antigone), und für Patricia Kopatchinskajas szenisches Konzert Bye Bye Beethoven schuf er die Video-Animationen.

    Juli 2017

    Jorge Sánchez-Chiong

    Jorge Sánchez-Chiong, der 1969 in Caracas (Venezuela) geboren wurde, studierte Komposition bei Francis Burt und Michael Jarrell an der Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Wien, wo er heute als freischaffender Künstler lebt. Er ist Mitglied im NewTonEnsemble und Mitbegründer der Komponistengruppe «Gegenklang». In seinem kompositorischen Schaffen setzt Jorge Sánchez-Chiong, der auch als Turntablist auftritt, bei der Lebendigkeit und Spontaneität der Improvisation an. Einen Schwerpunkt seiner Arbeit bilden interdisziplinäre Projekte, die den Brückenschlag zum experimentellen Theater und zum Tanz, zur Videokunst zur elektronischen Musik wagen. Dabei arbeitet er mit Künstlern wie Joke Lanz, Christian Weber oder Michaela Grill zusammen. Diese stilistische Offenheit schlägt sich in seinem Œuvre nieder, das Solo-, Ensemble- und Orchesterwerke ebenso umfasst wie elektronische Musik, intermediale Projekte und Improvisationsvorlagen.

    Juli 2017

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