Marcus Paus (b. 1979) Love’s Last Rites (2021) [7’]
String Ensemble from K&MFEST and Sinfonia Varsovia
Żaneta Rydzewska (b. 1991) The Winner Is (2021) for flute, clarinet, cello and small percussion instruments [10’]
Piotr Peszat (b.1990) Into the Heart of Hearts #2 (2022) for string quartet, audio playback, live-electronics and video [18’]
Luke Hsu (b.1990) Pezzo Piccolo based on Tighe’s Homage to Edmundo for piano solo (2021) [5’
Dimitrij Osadchuk (b. 2003) String Quartet no. 1 (2022) [6’]
Dániel Péter Biró (b. 1968) Non dubitant mercatores for string quintet (2021) [7’]
Juan Vassallo (b. 1984) Deconstructions II for voice and electronics (2022) [7’]
Solveig Sørbø (b.1986) Elises Klage for Piano Quintet, Organ and Soprano [7’]
Libretto : Maria Kjos Fonn
A concert of new compositions from 2021/22 by eight – predominantly – young composers from several countries, scheduled for 4 August this year in the main concert hall of Stavanger Konserthus, is the culmination of a composer residency lasting several days. In addition to joint work on the performance and interpretation of new works, together with the young performers – residents of the K&MFEST festival in Stavanger and members of the Sinfonia Varsovia orchestra – this artistic interaction will be accompanied by a reflection on the use of new technologies in artistic creation particularly enhanced by the pandemic. In this context, an open discussion entitled Composition today: centre and periphery in a globalised world will take place at Stavanger Konserthus on 4 August at 12 p.m. with the participation of composers taking part in the Interactions/Integrations project.
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