Saturday, October 23, 2021, 14:00–15:00 ÖRGRYTE NEW CHURCH

Saturday, October 23, 2021, 14:00–15:00 ÖRGRYTE NEW CHURCH

80.00 - 100.00
CREATIVE COLLISIONS II
Encounter with New Music in Different Genres



Hans Hellsten, organ:



SOFIA GUBAIDULINA (b. 1931)
Hell und Dunkel (1976)



ESTER MÄGI (1922–2021)
Dialog (Prelude and Chorale)



JAN W. MORTHENSON (b. 1940)
Vogler (1999)



GGR Betong, Tommy Jonsson, organ:



LINA JÄRNEGARD (b. 1979)
”Don’t Say A Word” is composed for voice and three musicians. The piece has both written instructions for specific sounds and actual words, which is unusual since GGR Betong usually don’t work with texts. This short piece can be described as a vocal drama, sort of a lullaby-gone-wr
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CREATIVE COLLISIONS II
Encounter with New Music in Different Genres

 

Hans Hellsten, organ:

 

SOFIA GUBAIDULINA (b. 1931)
Hell und Dunkel (1976)

 

ESTER MÄGI (1922–2021)
Dialog (Prelude and Chorale)

 

JAN W. MORTHENSON (b. 1940)
Vogler (1999)

 

GGR Betong, Tommy Jonsson, organ:

 

LINA JÄRNEGARD (b. 1979)
”Don’t Say A Word” is composed for voice and three musicians. The piece has both written instructions for specific sounds and actual words, which is unusual since GGR Betong usually don’t work with texts. This short piece can be described as a vocal drama, sort of a lullaby-gone-wrong.

 

KATT HERNANDEZ (b. 1974)
Black Sun (2021)
A black sun is like a circle-square – an exercise in conceiving the unreal, like Henry Flynt’s Necker cube equations. In this work, GGR Betong is a toneless organ, and the Örgryte Organ a wood synthesizer. The absence of fire contours solar flares. The absence of source ascribes specter-like artifacts. The absence of light gives the hyper-materiality of the sounds at hand kinesthetic silhouettes, and blind immediacy. Against the dizzying violence of strong-men, power mongering and new fascism, contemplating the No Way is an important act for re-imaging the world. This re-imagining takes place in gritty anti-chambers; in the uproarious local glory of impossible gatherings in week night halls. The organ, the stalwart Platonian machine in sanctuaries across the world, builds paradise from constituent sonic parts, in star-vault clockwork. Black Sun is the impossible noise of ”another world is possible”, drawn in anti-drones, artifacts and material complexities from layers of the hyper-real.

 

The Creative Collision part of the festival is funded by Musikverket