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GERHARD STÄBLER PREMIERE IN WÜRZBURG
Gerhard Stäbler’s „AUSGEWILDERTE FARBEN“ was premiered by the Philharmonisches Orchester Würzburg on 9 March to critical acclaim. The Concerto for Orchestra was conducted by the orchestra’s General Music Director Enrico Calesso, as well as two other conductors, and praised by the Würzburg Main-Post as a „clear statement for contemporary art.“
The review continues, „Stäbler’s wish to make music experienceable with all the senses was absolutely fulfilled in the performance of his concerto. Courage for silence and a less-is-more approach led to moments of great beauty and intensity.“
„After rediscovering the piano as a solo instrument in „honestly began to fall“, it took me another four years to return to writing for the piano. In between, I had been studying the works of my former teacher, Marek Kopelent, which is evident in certain aspects of the piece.
„Both „Sternörter“ and „honestly began to fall“ are independent works, but can be perceived as the beginnings of not-yet existing cycles.“
APRIL 23rd 2017
EarPort, Philosophenweg 17a, Duisburg-Innenhafen
APRIL 27th 2017
Karin Nakayama, violin and viola
Kyusang Jeong, clarinet
Kunsu Shim, piano and performance
Gerhard Stäbler, recitation and performance
Take a look at this new video for Sich einstellender Sinn by Eres Holz, performed by Claudia van Hasselt and Seiko Itoh: