Summer Concert • Studio Dan

Concerts, Online | Tuesday, 21 July 2020 | 6.30 pm | Arnold Schönberg Center


Summer ConcertStudio Dan (c Julia Wesely)

Studio Dan
  Raphael Meinhart
percussion
  Thomas Frey flute
  Clemens Salesny saxophone, clarinet
  Damaris Richerts trumpet
  Manuel Mayr double bass

Karlheinz STOCKHAUSEN Tierkreis – Zwölf Melodien der Sternzeichen

Free Entrance

With "Tierkreis, " Studio Dan takes a classic of recent music history and presents Karlheinz Stockhausen's freely arranged score in a special chamber music instrumentation: "I began to deal with the 12 human characters of the zodiac, of which I had only a vague idea until then. While inventing each melody I thought of the nature of children, friends, acquaintances born in the respective zodiac sign." (Karlheinz Stockhausen)

Due to the applicable distance and hygiene rules, a reservation is required:
BOOKED OUT

The concert will be broadcast live on Facebook and YouTube.
Streaming Links:   YouTube | facebook

Photo: Studio Dan (© Julia Wesely)


INFORMATION ON ATTENDING THE SUMMER CONCERTS IN JULY AND AUGUST 2020

For the audience there is a general obligation to wear a mask (mouth and nose protection) except at the seat. When using the elevators, please be considerate of other people and wear a mouth-nose protection.

Please make sure that you observe the 1-meter distance rule.

Disinfectant dispensers are available, and we ask you to use them.

Attendance at the concert is only possible with registration: Tel. +43 1 712 18 88 | schoenberg.at

Registration of your contact details (name and phone number) is required under careful consideration of data protection regulations.

Admission to the concert hall always begins at 6:00 p.m.

Seating arrangements are in accordance with the legal requirements, and it is not possible to occupy adjacent seats.

The concerts last about 60 minutes and there is no break.

We kindly ask you to refrain from attending the concert if you have any symptoms of illness.

 
 

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