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«Luxembourg Composition Academy»

Concert de clôture

20.11.2021 11:00,

Neimënster, Luxembourg

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United Instruments of Lucilin
Sophie Deshayes flûtes
Max Mausen clarinettes
Olivier Sliepen saxophones
André Pons-Valdès violon
Danielle Hennicot alto
Jean-Philippe Martignoni violoncelle
Pascal Meyer piano
Guy Frisch percussion
Julien Leroy direction

Clara Iannotta: D'après pour flûte, clarinette, piano, percussions et trio à cordes
Yoko Konishi: Jellyfish in the Moon for string trio, flute and percussion
Kostas Zisimopoulos: Chasing for soprano saxophone, percussion and violin
Sungwon Shin: ...naquit obombrée for clarinet, saxophone, percussion, piano, viola and cello
Jug Marković: rusty rose for flute, cello, percussion and electronics
Marina Khorkova: mel for bass clarinet and piano
Joshua Mastel: four gazes for amplified soprano saxophone and amplified and augmented string trio
Martyna Kosecka: Weightlessness for bass flute, bass clarinet, piano, violin and cello
Georges Aperghis: Quatre Pièces fébriles
Darcy Copeland: You look into the sun for flute, clarinet, saxophone and string trio

The Luxembourg Composition Academy is the joint workshop of rainy days, United Instruments of Lucilin and the Abbey of Neumünster. Eight composers from seven countries work at the Abbey for one week together with faculty composers Georges Aperghis and Clara Iannotta as well as with Lucilin’s musicians in masterclasses and workshops. The final concert presents the new works written by the young composers for Lucilin – a preview of the future of contemporary music.

Coproduction Abbaye de neimënster et United Instruments of Lucilin
Dans le cadre de rainy days 2021


Entrée libre / Freier Eintritt / Free admission

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