Instrumentation

  • Tonkunstler Orchestra, orchestra
  • Christian Jost, director
  • Johannes Berauer, conductor
  • Hans-Henning Ginzel, conductor
  • Alejandro del-Valle-Lattanzio, conductor
  • Benjamin P. Wenzelberg, conductor
  • Hyun-Jin Yun, conductor

Programme

Johannes Berauer | «Beethoven Relief»
Hans-Henning Ginzel | «Die Kunst, sie hielt mich zurück» - a homage to Ludwig van Beethoven for orchestra
Alejandro del Valle-Lattanzio | «Musikmärchen» for orchestra
Benjamin P. Wenzelberg | «Heroic Dreamscape Fantasy»
Hyun-Jin Yun | «colours variations» for orchestra

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The concert audience is welcome to stay for the audience award and the jury prize (€ 10,000) afterwards!

Introduction/abstract

Tonkunstler Orchestra · Christian Jost · Participants of the composer-conductor workshops

Works by the participants of the composer-conductor-workshop

Experience up close the adventure that is music. For this concert, the works arrive from the composing workshop on the Grafenegg campus with INK STILL WET. Collaborating intensively with Christian Jost, the Composer in Residence, young composers have created works which they hope will get audiences moving, feeling or thinking. A jury made up of Tonkunstler violist Leopold Schmetterer, the Composer in Residence, his predecessors HK Gruber and Brett Dean, as well as the composer and former workshop participant Bernd Richard Deutsch select the best piece and award it in the context of a competition.

The composers then conduct their works with the Tonkünstler Orchestra. Music doesn’t get fresher than this! Both the final concert of INK STILL WET and the individual workshops are free: have the courage to venture into our atelier of sounds!

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