Thallein Ensemble – Daniel Rosina director – Elsabé Raath viola
Shade Studies Samuel Adams
Attempt at Screaming Peter Kerkelov
Zoetroping Emily Levy
The inner workings of a throat exposed (World Premiere) Chris Cresswell
On Sunday morning, the British members of the Thallein Ensemble will be offering a distinctive selection of electronic music combined with atypical compositions for ensemble performance. This eclectic package is part of the ‘Integra Project’, an experiment that began when they were studying at Birmingham Conservatoire and soon turned into an international success story. On 11 December 2016, the ensemble will be appearing at the Centre for Fine Arts to perform its latest work, together with music by Peter Kerkelov, Samuel Adams, Emily Levy and Chris Cresswell.
This concert is presented in the framework of Rostrum+: a cooperation project co-funded by the Creative Programme of the European Union and coordinated by the International Music Council that aims to rethink the ways in which contemporary music connects with audiences through radio network by exploring new strategies to develop audiences, promote new music, enhance the skills of radio professionals and inspire cooperation between musicians, higher music education institutions and broadcasting companies throughout Europe and beyond. The programme is the result of a one year creative process steered by Ulrich Hauschild, Director of BOZAR MUSIC, through an initial one-day workshop and continued monitoring throughout the academic year. This concert features pre-, in- between and after-concert talks between the audience, the musicians and a music specialists for a travel inside the music itself.
This concert features pre-, in- between and after-concert talks between the audience, the musicians and a music specialists for a travel inside the music itself.