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Musica inaudita – crescendo
- With contributions from musicians from the UdK Berlin, the Jazzinstitut Berlin and guests -
The student-organized concert series Musica inaudita creates a stage for composers who have been passed over by historiography and concert life because of their gender, social or national origin, skin color, religion, sexuality, language, political or other views. Short introductions introduce the respective pieces and their composers.
Among other things, this evening will draw attention to the work of the Jewish composer Ursula Mamlok, who would have turned 100 this year.
This evening will not only bring the unknown to the ears, it will also provide insight into the structural discrimination of outstanding music and clarify our task of revising it piece by piece.
Ursula Mamlok: "Sonar Trajectory"
Irene Higginbotham, Erwin Drake, Dan Fisher: "Goodmorning Heartache”
Jutta Hipp: Horacio
Isabel Mundry: "Komposition für Altsaxophon und Tonband"
Ursula Mamlok: "Five Intermezzi"
Sofia Gubaidulina: „Garten von Freuden und Traurigkeiten“
Wisdom Pie: "Nacht + SongSong"
Ursula Mamlok: „Rückblick: In Erinnerung an die Reichspogromnacht vom 9. November 1938“
Sarvenaz Safari: "Variationen für B" für Klavier solo
Ursula Mamlok: "From my Garden"
Shamie Royston: "Uplifted Heart”
Simone Baron: "The Space Between Disguises"
Cécile McLorin Salvant: "Look at Me"
With: Students of the UdK Berlin and guests
crescendo is open to everyone! Therefore, all concerts are free admission.
Free reservations are possible here.
The UdK Berlin is committed to helping people in need. This year, up to half of the festival's donations will go to "Aktion Deutschland Hilft" to benefit earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria.
Künstlerisches Betriebsbüro der Fakultät Musik