BOULEZ ENSEMBLE XXIII

CRUMB, SCHOENBERG

  • Faculty
© Joe McDougall / © Felix Broede

Artists

Boulez Ensemble
Arne Niermann

Knabensopran

Simone van der Velde

Flute / Piccolo

Sebastian Posch

French Horn

Samuel Seidenberg

French Horn

Emmanuel Danan

Oboe

Jussef Eisa

Clarinet

Tibor Reman

Clarinet

Miri Saadon

Bass Clarinet

Ingo Reuter

Bassoon

Aziz Baziki

Contrabassoon

Aline Khouri

Harp

Katharina Micada

Musical Saw

Nathalia Milstein

Piano / Toy Piano

Florentino Calvo

Mandolin

Fabian Schäfer

Oboe

Dominic Oelze

Percussion

Lev Loftus

Percussion

Martin Barth

Percussion

Michael Barenboim

Violin

Krzysztof Specjal

Violin

Yulia Deyneka

Viola

Claudius Popp

Violoncello

Anton Kammermeier

Double Bass

Zubin Mehta

Conductor

Mojca Erdmann

Soprano

Program

Béla Bartók

Contrasts Sz 111 for Clarinet, Violin and Piano

George Crumb

Ancient Voices of Children

Arnold Schönberg

Chamber Symphony for 15 Solo Instruments Op. 9

Duration: c.: 1h 30m

In search of the lost voices of childhood, Zubin Mehta, Mojca Erdmann, and the Boulez Ensemble take on George Crumb’s seminal work Ancient Voices of Children, an experimental setting of poems by Federico García Lorca written in 1970. Schoenberg’s 1906 Chamber Symphony, one of the most influential compositions of musical modernism, completes the program.

Promoter & ticket sales

Pierre Boulez Saal | Französische Straße 33 D, Berlin, Germany

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