Rozalie Hirs


Journée d’Études Messiaen/ Murail

On 27 July 2017 during the Festival Messiaen at La Grave/La Meije, France, the composers and theorists Franck Bedrossian, Pierre-Albert Castanet, Jonathan Cross, Sampo Haapamaki, Thomas Lacoste, and Rozalie Hirs will be presenting lectures on new music and compositional techniques. Tristan Murail presents the keynote lecture. The event Journée d’Études Messiaen/ Murail is moderated by Bruno Serrou.

Date: 2017-07-27
Time: 10:00 CET
Location: Salles des Fêtes de La Grave, Pays de la Meije, France
Performers: Franck Bedrossian, Pierre-Albert Castanet, Jonathan Cross, Sampo Haapamaki, Thomas Lacoste, Rozalie Hirs, Tristan Murail (lectures), Bruno Serrou (moderator)


article 7 [ways to climb a mountain] (2012)

On Sunday afternoon 23 July 2017 Fie Schouten plays article 7 [ways to climb a mountain] for bass clarinet and electronic sounds (2012) by Rozalie Hirs and Mountains by Ton de Leeuw in a short programme, curated by visual artist Pé Okx. The programme is part of the summer series Zomer aan de Roossloot at the Kunstboerderij in Bergen, The Netherlands.

Date: 2017-07-23
Time: 15:00
Location: Kunstboerderij, Voert 18A, 1861 PE Bergen


Luisterhuis (The Listening house; 2017), BKKC

Luisterhuis (2017; The Listening House), the brandnew architectural interactive sound sculpture by Machiel Spaan/M3H architecten (concept, design) and Rozalie Hirs (music), is exhibited from 13 July until 13 August 2017 at Brabants Kenniscentrum Kunst en Cultuur, Tilburg, The Netherlands, as part of the Dolls’ House Project, curated by Peter Masselink.

Date: 2017-07-13
Location: BKKC/ Brabants Kenniscentrum Kunst en Cultuur, Tilburg, The Netherlands
Luisterhuis was commissioned by Peter Masselink for the Dolls' House Project

Publication of gestammelte werke (Berlin: kookbooks, 2017)

Recently gestammelte werke, a new poetry compendium by Rozalie Hirs, has been published by kookbooks, Berlin. The poems are selected by Daniela Seel from Hirs’ five most recent poetry books: Speling (Amsterdam: Querido, 2005), Geluksbrenger (Amsterdam: Querido, 2008), gestamelde werken (Amsterdam: Querido, 2012), Curvices and Musicles (Bleiswijk: Uitgeverij Vleugels, 2013), verdere bijzonderheden (Amsterdam: Querido, 2017).

The poems are translated from Dutch or English, into German, English, French, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Serbian, Albanian, Swedish, and/or Lithuanian, by Daniela Seel, Diego Puls, Ard Posthuma, Kim Andringa, Henri Deluy, Aurea Sison, Donald Gardner, Daniel Cunin, Anton Papleka, Jelica Novaković, Radovan Lucic, Ausra Gudaviciute, Gytis Norvilas, Nina Tarhan Mouravi, Boerje Bohlin, Moze Jacobs.

The cover and book design is by Andreas Töpfer.

For more information, please visit Hirs’ new German website. Buy the book at Amazon.