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September 2015

Wereldpremière - Astrid Kruisselbrink

Tijdens de opening van de donderdagavond serie in het Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ wordt de wereldpremière van Die Klage um Linos van Astrid Kruisselbrink.
Dit werk is gebaseerd op de gedichtencyclus Elegieën van Duino van de Duitse dichter Rainer Maria Rilke. Rilkes Linos uit de eerste elegie (klaaglied) is de personificatie van de klaagzang. Ook muziekwerken van componisten Sofia Goebaidoelina, Galina Oestvolskaja worden uitgevoerd door het Asko|Schönberg, ensemble in residence van het MGIJ.
donderdag 1 oktober 2015, 20.15 uur
Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ

Betty Olivero - World Premiere Recording

Louth Contemporary Music Society release The Song of Songs featuring world premieres by David Lang and Betty Olivero.
Performed by Trio Mediaeval, Garth Knox (viola), Agnes Vèsterman (cello),
Sylvain Lemêtre (percussion) and Cliona Doris (harp)
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You can listen to en la mar hai una torre by Betty Olivero in the broadcast of
Radio Monalisa on Sunday September 13, 2015.

New CDs from Innova Records

Don't Look Back - Jenny Olivia Johnson
In this solo debut album, Jenny Olivia Johnson explores the subject of early childhood and adolescent trauma. The album’s five musical works—scored for voice, small chamber ensemble, and electronic sounds—profile characters who undergo the emotional aftermath of extreme experiences.
Innova 925
continuum - Jane Antonia Cornish
Award-winning composer Jane Antonia Cornish has already made her mark in film scoring with the music for Fireflies in the Garden and the orchestration for Once Upon a Dream for Maleficent as well as the title song for Big Eyes. Continuum shows her in concert mood, albeit still lush and atmospheric.
Innova 923
The Road - Mamak Khadem
Called "one of the wonders of world trance music," by the Los Angeles Times, Mamak Khadem captivates audiences by blending her roots in the ancient poetry and music of the Persian masters with a bold and revolutionary new sounds. By nature a nomad, she thrives in open spaces but by occupation, she is a bridge connecting geography to lore. Mamak weaves a canopy at once simple and rich, inspiring an awareness and appreciation of Persian arts and culture through a blending of old and new.
Innova 921