Photo: Maria Frodl
ULYSSES: Schallfeld Ensemble
13/6 2022, 20:00
Blågårds Pl. 6A
Like its mythological namesake, ULYSSES Network stands for adventure and boundlessness. ULYSSES Network is a project that supports young composers and musicians and tries to create a breeding ground for collaboration beyond borders, cultural differences, and language barriers.
This concert with the Austrian Schallfeld Ensemble, arranged in a collaboration between ULYSSES Network and KLANG-Festival, is an excellent example of these values. Schallfeld Ensemble's self-proclaimed goal is to act as an ambassador for young, unknown composers, and the composers on the program are indeed distinguished by a low age average (34 years; fairly low in classical contexts) and an impressive spread of nationalities: Russia, Argentina, Spain, Italy, Denmark – a veritable international summit.
26-year-old danish composer Emil Vijgen, for instance, has written the work // INPUT_PULLUP; especially for this concert. The unusual title comes from the programming language C ++, in which INPUT_PULLUP is a function that ensures that a button stays on after it has been pressed. A fun example of the youngest composers taking inspiration from places radically different from their elder peers.
Singel: 120 kr / Student 60 kr
Whole evening, incl. this concert + Duo Dan/Nie (9:30 PM): 150kr / Discount & Student 75kr
Discount card:140 kr. Buy it here.
Elena Rykova: New Work (World Premiere)
Joan Gómez Alemany: eros-tans-tngi-ugog-celö-esel
Santiago Diez Fischer: New Work (World Premiere)
Emil Vijgen: //INPUT_PULLUP; (World Premiere)
Clara Iannotta: the people here go mad...
The piece by Elena Rykova is commissioned by: International Ensemble Music Academy and Festival MIXTUR in the frame of the Ulysses Project.
The piece by Emil Vijgen is commissioned by KLANG and supported by Dansk Komponistforening & KODA-Kultur
The project is a collaboration between Festival MIXTUR & KLANG, in the frame of the ULYSSES PROJECT.
The ensemble is suported by The Austrian Embassy in Copenhagen.