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Program

8 April - 18:00 h (Local Time)
Panoramakino

Photo: Lars Landmann

ENSEMBLE RISONANZE ERRANTI
conducted by Peter Tilling

Franziska Hölscher - Violin
Benedict Klöckner - Violoncello
Peter Tilling - Conductor, Violoncello

Programm:
Wolfgang Rihm (1952)

Pol for six players (1995)

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714–1788)

Symphony No. 5 in B Minor, Wq. 182/5

Wolfgang Rihm

Concertino for Violin and Strings (1st movement) (1968) (world premiere)
Double Concerto for Two Cellos and Strings (1967) (world premiere)

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Symphony in E Minor, Wq. 178

Wolfgang Rihm
In Frage for Ensemble (1999/2000)
Epilog for String Quintett (2012/2013)

Two very early works by Wolfgang Rihm from the Paul Sacher Foundation are performed for the first time by an ensemble at this soiree. Wolfgang Rihm personally gave his consent for these pieces to be presented to the public together with chamber music from various phases of his later work. It was also his explicit wish to contrast these with a performance of two symphonies by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.

The ensemble risonanze erranti consists of leading next-generation soloists as well as solo musicians from the Munich and Salzburg orchestras. Conducted by Peter Tilling, the ensemble mainly plays music of the 20th and 21st centuries.  A special focus is placed on world premieres and new interpretations as a means of bringing modern and contemporary music to the attention of a wider audience.

Ensemble risonanze erranti is especially passionate about expressionist music, including the premiere of the 2nd Symphonic Music, op. 23 written by Ernst Krenek in 1923. Morton Feldman and John Cage are also among the composers whose works are performed by the ensemble. Another is Wolfgang Rihm, whose compositions Der Maler Träumt (The Painter Dreaming) and Versuchung (Temptation) celebrated their German premiere in a performance by the ensemble marking his 60th birthday at the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich. Composers including Eres Holz, Jens Joneleit, Jan Masanetz, Johannes Motschmann, Gerald Resch and Alexander Strauch have written pieces for the ensemble risonanze erranti.

Cellist and conductor Peter Tilling is the ensemble's artistic director and conductor. He has conducted at opera houses throughout Europe, including Wolfgang Rihm's Dionysos at the Nederlandse Opera Amsterdam. Concerts have taken him to the Philharmonia Orchestra's Music of Today series in London, the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg and the Collegium Novum Zürich, to name just a few.