Ensemble Sturm und Klang : Résonances de la vague

Dancing, undulating, dazzling wave aesthetics: the sound crafts of the pieces in the programme highlight a contemporary musical creation focused on the search for a temporal flow and a dramaturgy that plays between the perpetual throbbing movement and the dazzling tumult. A subtle alchemy of strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion and piano, a sound setting derived from the classical tradition, in the service of a music of our time. Music which, like Berio's Paths, seeks to make an existing piece of music glow by letting it unfold in a new space.

PIERRE BARTHOLOMÉE: La rupture des falaises (2007)
PHILIPPE BOESMANS: Surfing, for solo viola and 15 instrumentalists (1989)
JEAN-PIERRE DELEUZE: Trois Chemins en Hayastan, creation (2021)
APOLLINE JÉSUPRET: Comme la dansante allure des vagues (2021)
JEAN-MARIE RENS : Missy Vaëliz for solo viola (2017)
STURM UND KLANG : Claire Bourdet (violin), Maxime Stasyk (violin), Karel Coninx (viola), Ian-Elfinn Rosiu (cello), Natacha Save (double bass), Anne Davids (flute), Kristien Ceuppens (oboe), Cédric De Bruycker (clarinet), Sze Fong Yeong (horn), Melina Costa (bassoon), Frankie De Kuyffer (trumpet), Nicolas Villers (trombone), Fabian Coomans (piano), Jean-Louis Maton (percussion), Pierre Adriansen (percussion), Roberta Brambilla (harp), Thomas Van Haeperen (direction)
ALTO: Vincent Hepp
PIANO: Laurence Mekhitarian
INFO AND RESERVATIONS: reservation@senghor.be
As part of the Senghor Hors les Murs
Venue : Théâtre Marni, 25 Rue de Vergnies 25 - 1050 Ixelles
With the support of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation
A co-production: Forum des compositeurs, Le Senghor, Le Festival LOOP, Sturm und Klang