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2024 January 12 | Photography | Oktopus Ensemble in Hochschule für Musik und Theater München - "SoundPainting"

DE 🇩🇪🇦🇹🇨🇭🇳🇱🇱🇺

Großartiges Konzert und Konzept. Die Stücke waren sehr interessant, mit einem sehr minimalen Beginn "Weiss/Weisslich 4" (Peter Ablinger) und schönen, beeindruckenden Momenten von Pauline Karuga, die "Wind" (Leon Zmelty) spielte, und am Ende "Coming together/Attica" mit Kelvin Hawthorne mit einer perfekten Simbiose, die wirklich eine Episode in einem Gefängnis widerspiegelte.


Besetzung: Mykola Kushnir, Saxophon | Tristan Seyb, Horn | Deniz Arda Basagur, Trompete | Hatsumi Kawazoe, Tuba | Nicole Ostmann, Violine | Dea Nicaj, Violine | Mia Foron, Violine | Julia Schuller, Violine | Ayaka Uchio, Violine | Amrei Bohn, Violoncello | Kim Sophia Reinhard, Klavier | Daniel Hendrichs, Klavier | Tony Sintow-Behrens, Klavier | Solist*innen: Christian Traute, Posaune | Sarah Luisa Wurmer, Altai Yatga | Pauline Karuga, Violine | Kelvin Hawthorne, Sprecher | Armando Merino, Leitung


EN 🇬🇧🇺🇸

Great concert and concept. The pieces were very interesting with a very minimal starting "Weiss/Weisslich 4" (Peter Ablinger) and lovely impacting moments from Pauline Karuga playing "Wind" (Leon Zmelty) and at the end "Coming together/Attica" with Kelvin Hawthorne with a perfect simbiose that truly reflected a episode in a prison.


PT 🇵🇹🇧🇷

Grande concerto e conceito. As peças foram muito interessantes, com um início muito minimalista "Weiss/Weisslich 4" (Peter Ablinger) e momentos impactantes de Pauline Karuga tocando "Wind" (Leon Zmelty) e no final "Coming together/Attica" com Kelvin Hawthorne com uma simbiose perfeita que reflectiu verdadeiramente um episódio dramático numa prisão.

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