Concert accompanying the exhibition Heading Outdoors
Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum
THU June 30, 2022, 6 p.m.–7 p.m.
Pinakothek der Moderne

 

FREE ADMISSION.

Registration is not required (Distribution of wristbands for the exhibition room)


Ten students of the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich, under the direction of Prof. Reto Bieri, dedicate themselves to the exhibition theme “Heading Outdoors”. The concert in three parts and at three locations reflects the longing for open space and freedom. The musicians begin in the exhibition space, move to the rotunda in the second part, and finally play outside in front of the Pinakothek der Moderne. Music and location are set in motion equally. The individual pieces of music revolve around the themes of sounding forests and meadows, liberated sounds as well as longing for faraway places and travel. Indoor and outdoor seating invites visitors to linger.

Part 1 Inside: In the exhibition room “Heading Outdoors”
Part 2 On the way out: Rotunda / Stairs east side
Part 3 Outside: Main entrance north

 

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Concert for the exhibition: Heading Outdoors 

 

The concert is on: June 30, 2022, from 6 pm until 8 pm. It takes place at: Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum.  Die Neue Sammlung is part of Pinakothek der Moderne. Pinakothek der Moderne is an art museum.  

 

10 students of the University for Music and Performing Arts Munich will play at the concert.   
Professor Reto Bieri conducts the concert.  
The concert fits the content of the exhibition at Die Neue Sammlung with the name: heading outdoors.  
This name expresses the longing for freedom and  
for the stay in nature 

 

The concert consists of 3 parts at 3 places: 

  • The first part is inside the exhibition room 
  • Then the musicians go to the Rotunda at the stairs east. The Rotunda is the entrance area.  
    It has the shape of a circle. The musicians play the second part of the concert there.  
  • You can listen to the third part of the concert 
    in front of the main entrance of Pinakothek der Moderne.  

    The 3 parts of the music have these themes: 

    • the sounds in the forest and meadows 
    • tones played without notes according to feeling 
    • longing for other countries 

      Inside and outside, you can sit comfortably 
      and listen to the musicians.  

       

      PROGRAM
      Part 1: Inside
      “In the lab” | Liberated sounds | Unheard expanses | Sounding forests and meadows | “I feel air from another planet” (Stefan George / Arnold Schönberg)

      “Imaginary Landscape“ Hans Abrahamsen (*1952)
      “WALDEN“ – Woodwind Quintet Nr. 2 (1978)
      for flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon (12’)

      “freitonal”
      Arnold Schönberg (1874–1951)
      “Etwas langsam“
      3rd part from the Quintet for flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon op. 26 (10’)

      Part 2: On the way out
      Transformation | “Once upon a time the world was round and you could go on it around and around.“ (Gertrude Stein / John Cage)

      John Cage (1912–1992)
      FIVE
      for five performers (5’)

      Claude Debussy (1862–1918)
      Syrinx
      for flute solo (3’)

      John Cage (1912–1992)
      Nr. 2 “Story“ from “Living Room Music“
      for 4 performers (without flute) (2’)

      Part 3: Outside
      Itchy feet | Longing | 1900 | “Exhibition of the World” | Wind and Expanse | Nature | Exoticism | Wanderlust

      John Cage (1912–1992)
      Nr. 2 “Story“ from “Living Room Music“
      for 10 performers (2’)

      André Caplet (1878–1925)
      Suite Persane (1901)
      for 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 horns, 2 bassoons (double quintet)
      1. Sharki (Chant d’amour). Allegretto
      2. Nihavend. Andantino
      3. Iskia Samaïsi. Vivo (20’)


      Chamber music class (woodwinds) of the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich


      ‏Pablo Alcántara Martínez, flute
      ‏Hualin Jia, flute
      ‏Jeong Hun Heo, oboe
      ‏Hyeondeok Seo, oboe
      ‏Carmen Rodriguez, clarinet
      ‏Ariane Llor, clarinet
      ‏Sophia Reuter, horn
      ‏Sebastian Lampert, horn
      ‏Ines Pyziak, bassoon
      ‏Kazuki Nagata, bassoon

      ‏A cooperation of Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum with the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich and Kunstareal München