Rozalie Hirs

2010-09-24

Zenit [east] [west] – European premiere

Rozalie Hirs en Egmont Kwartet na de uitvoering van 'Zenit (2010) tijdens de AAA serie, Concertgebouw, 25 september 2010

On September 24, 2010, the Egmont Quartet, consisting of soloists from the Concertgebouw Orchestra, performs the string quartet Zenit [east] [west] (2010) by Rozalie Hirs as part of the Festival Klank en kleur (AAA-series) at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam. In addition, music is performed by Josef Matthias Hauer and Arnold Schönberg.

Prior to the concert there is a round table discussion with Rudi Fuchs, Maarten Kloos and Rozalie Hirs.

Date: 2010-09-24
Time: 16:00
Location: Het Concertgebouw, Concertgebouwplein 2-10, Amsterdam
Performers: Egmont Kwartet, comprised of soloists of the Concertgebouw Orchestra

2010-09-16

Little whale and the ice

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On September 16, 2010, at 20:15, the musical composition Little whale and the ice (2007, 2010 rev.) by Rozalie Hirs is performed at Orgelpark, Amsterdam, by Orkest de Ereprijs conducted by Wim Boerman.

Date: 2010-09-16
Time: 20:15
Location: Orgelpark, Gerard Brandtstraat 26, Amsterdam
Performers: Orkest de Ereprijs, Wim Boerman (conductor)

2010-09-16

In LA
Pulsars
Van het wonder is woord

Family Tree (digital poetry application) by Harm van den Dorpel (design, programming, animation) and Rozalie Hirs (music, poetry) screenshot

On September 16, 2010, Rozalie Hirs performs her musical compositions In LA (2003), Pulsars (2007) and Van het wonder is woord (2005) at the Nederlands Instituut Athene (NIA), Greece. In addition, she reads some poems, and she gives a lecture about interdisciplinary work, including a discussion of Stamboom (2006) and Tekstschrijver (2006), created in collaboration with visual artist Harm van den Dorpel.

From 23 August until 19 September 2010, Rozalie Hirs is Writer-in-residence at the NIA, Athens, Greece. With the generous support of a travel and residency fellowship from the Dutch Foundation for Literature.

Date: 2010-09-16
Time: 18:30 CET
Location: Nederlands Instituut Athene, Makri 11, Athens, Greece
With the generous support of a travel and residency fellowship from the Dutch Foundation for Literature.