Ensemble Modern brings three new works to the Donaueschingen Music Days, and to Frankfurt a few days later. In her piece for video projection, live electronics and ensemble, Brigitta Muntendorf explores the question of identity in an increasingly virtual world. Oscar Strasnoy dedicates himself to playing with musical quotations in his Concerto for Viola d’amore (with Garth Knox) and ensemble. Isabel Mundry considers composing an existential experience which begins with realization of the past. To this end, she also involves the voices of the Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart.
From Donaueschingen to Frankfurt
with three world premieres