"inside/out", a concert by Solistensemble Kaleidoskop with Ernstalbrecht Stiebler, explores the possibilities of an inner perception of sound, a "listening-in" to strange sound spaces.
The concert will present music by composers who are important reference points for Stiebler, from Dieter Schnebel and Walter Zimmermann to Mozart and Puccini. Rashad Becker complements the evening by bringing Stiebler’s music into the electronic music realm.
Due to the quiet nature of some of the performed works, entry into the concert hall will be closed after the concert begins. Please arrive on time.
Dieter Schnebel: Blendwerk, Version for 12 Strings (1978)
Walter Zimmermann: Fear of Symmetry, Version for 12 Strings (2007-08/2017, world premiere)
Ernstalbrecht Stiebler: Ortung (2017/18, world premiere)
Ernstalbrecht Stiebler: Extension I (1963)
Rashad Becker: Extension I after E. S. (2018, world premiere)
Pauline Oliveros: Quintessential (1996)
Rashad Becker: gleichschaltung (world premiere)
Presented in collaboration with Akademie der Künste.
Kompakt sublabel m-minimal sites Ernstalbrecht Stiebler (born in Berlin in 1934) as the first German composer to explore minimal techniques in his works in reaction to the serialism dominant in the mid-twentieth century. Though his compositions are relatively unknown, Stiebler has garnered enormous respect for his long career in radio production.
The Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop was founded in 2006 by Michael Rauter und Julian Kuerti. With Tilman Kanitz as the artistic director, the ensemble creates musical theatre productions and innovative concert experiences in which the members appear as musicians as well as performers.
Over the years, Rashad Becker has accrued credits on over 1,200 albums as a mastering and cutting engineer at Berlin’s esteemed Dubplates and Mastering, as well as at his own Studio Clunk. As a producer, he has released Traditional Music of a Notional Species Vol. 1 and 2 on PAN, in 2013 and 2016 respectively.