24 August – 4 September * visibly audible * A-1200
what would the "new normal" be without our completely normal music?
A musical zodiac
In 1974 Karlheinz Stockhausen composed twelve melodies. Each melody stands for a sign of the zodiac. The composer explicitly asks musicians to work out the pieces.
Selected Works II
Studio Dan – UA from GU
A clearer link between the pieces is their interweaving of electronics, acoustic instruments and improvised elements. But come to think of it, the music doesn’t sound uncomfortable at all…
New CD release on Hat Hut Records
with pieces by George Lewis and Oxana Omelchuk
A little apocalypse music
Ritual music to banish the fear of loss, prophecies for the final days of the human race, and the vital news of the day: "The hottest must-haves for the fall!"
Die Strase / GIF Frenzy
Image & music, music & image – two positions
The two works shown – Die Strase (L. Riegler) and GIF Frenzy (C. Ressi) – pursue a fundamentally different approach to combining film and live music.
New York – Wien #3
Studio Dan & Anthony Coleman
Continuing the series that began with Elliott Sharp and George Lewis, we are commissioning a composition by the New York pianist Anthony Coleman.
The music of Julius Eastman
It is only recently that the music of New York composer Julius Eastman (1940–1990) has been rediscovered. His pieces are designated part of the Minimalist movement
How is your bird?
For anarchists young and old
Following Zappa’s motto ‘Anything Anytime Anywhere for No Reason at All (AAAFNRAA)’, How is Your Bird? will celebrate itself as art and, in so doing, give us back a piece of our dignity.
An evening of music for very brave families
Welcome to Planet Globokar, a singular musical laboratory. On this planet, everything is disassembled and reassembled in totally unexpected ways. But why?
Passaggio Verso Il Rischio
A highlight of 2018 was the long-awaited premiere of Passaggio Verso Il Rischio by Vinko Globokar.
Studio Dan & Michel Doneda
Fanfare III is a project together with saxophonist Michel Doneda. Based solely on the sound of his instruments used in his solo improvisations a full-length composition is developed