Rozalie Hirs

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2019/12/01

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

On 1 December 2019 at 13:30 CET, bass clarinettist-at-large Fie Schouten performs during MicroFest Amsterdam 2019, a one-day festival for microtonal music at Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Her program clarinets in space includes article 7 [ways to climb a mountain] for bass clarinet and electronic sounds (2012) by Rozalie Hirs.

The festival is curated by the Huygens-Fokker Foundation (artistic director: Sander Germanus). Composers featured during the festival are Henk Badings, Fabio Costa, Jan van Dijk, Sebastian Dumitrescu, Matthias Kadar, Juhani Nuorvala, Harry Partch, Joachim F.W. Schneider, Julia Werntz, among others. Performers include Ensemble SCALA, Ere Lievonen, Scordatura Ensemble, and Vokalprojekt 31. Download the full programme booklet [PDF] here.


2019/12/01

Invitation to MikroFest Amsterdam 2019

Dear friends, today, on Sunday 1 December 2019 from 11:00-22:00 CET, the most adventurous festival of new music in Amsterdam will take place: MikroFest, curated by Huygens-Fokker Foundation (artistic director: Sander Germanus). The location is Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ (Kleine Zaal), Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Welcome!

Composers featured during the festival are Henk Badings, Fabio Costa, Jan van Dijk, Sebastian Dumitrescu, Matthias Kadar, Juhani Nuorvala, Harry Partch, Joachim F.W. Schneider, Julia Werntz, among others. Performers include Ensemble SCALA, Ere Lievonen, Scordatura Ensemble, and Vokalprojekt 31. Download the full programme booklet [PDF] here.

As part of MikroFest 2019, bass clarinettist-at-large Fie Schouten performs her program clarinets in space, including article 7 [ways to climb a mountain] for bass clarinet and electronic sounds (2012) by Rozalie Hirs, as well as world premieres by Cecilia Arditto and Sander Germanus. The concert starts at 13:30 CET and is free of admission fee. It would be grand to see you there!


2017/10/01

Hilbert’s Hotel (2015)

On 1 October 2017 at 11:00 CET the Huygens-Fokker Foundation, Center for Microtonal Music, presents the concert program Fokker organ XL for the 31-tone tempered Fokker organ at Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The program also features Rozalie Hirs’s composition Hilbert’s Hotel for microtonal organ and electronic sounds (2015), commissioned by Huygens-Fokker Foundation.

Special thanks to Casper Schipper for assistance with the sound synthesis in SuperCollider.

concert program
Christina Viola Oorebeek – Speed Loops (medium slow, shifting)
Théodore Dubois – Cantilène religieuse, Marcietta
Jukka Tiensuu – Fantango
Rozalie Hirs – Hilbert’s Hotel
Lauri Supponen – Spring scram
Jean Langlais – Pasticcio
Adolf Friedrich Hesse – Fantasia in d op. 87



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